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They usually have their own place with a kitchen, bar and dining room. Although these societies were exclusively for men, and women were only invited during certain celebrations, women have gradually been accepted into many, but not all societies. This is partly due to the geography of the Basque Country, where there are distinct differences between the coastal and mountain cuisines.

Because it is "land-locked", the people eat more beef, veal, and game, such as partridge and quail. Potatoes, beans, and mushrooms from the area are also well known for their quality. Vizcaya "Bizcaia" in Basque has a milder climate and over 80 km of coastline on the Cantabric Sea. The Basque people are known for their diverse culture and occupations.

The Basques built many ships and were excellent seafarers. After explorer Ferdinand Magellan was killed in , a Basque man, Juan Sebastian Elcano , completed the first circumnavigation of the world. Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Jesuit order of Catholic priests, was Basque.

Miguel Indurain has won the Tour de France multiple times. Basques play many sports like soccer, rugby, and jai alai. Most Basques today are Roman Catholic. The Basques cook famous seafood dishes and celebrate many festivals.

The Basques may have unique genetics. They have the highest concentrations of people with Type O blood and Rhesus Negative blood, which can cause problems with pregnancy. There are approximately 18 million people of Basque descent around the world. Many people in New Brunswick and Newfoundland, Canada , are descended from Basque fishermen and whalers. Many prominent Basque clergymen and government officials were sent to the New World.

Today, about 8 million people in Argentina, Chile, and Mexico trace their roots to the Basques, who emigrated to work as sheepherders, farmers, and miners. There are about 60, people of Basque ancestry in the United States. English I do not know if he is referring to the centralism of Spain in relation to the Basque Country.

English Do you believe, Mr Poettering, that this aggressive policy will bring peace to the Basque country? English Can this House close the door on the democratic future of the Basque country inside Europe? English They unanimously approved a joint memorial which calls for peace in the Basque country.

English Mr President, in the Basque Country and in Spain people like myself are accompanied by escorts. Basque fishing sites in Canada in the 16th and 17th centuries.

Basques played an important role in early European ventures into the Atlantic Ocean. The earliest document to mention the use of whale oil or blubber by the Basques dates from In , whalers from Lapurdi are recorded to have presented the oil of the first whale they captured to the viscount. Apparently the Basques were averse to the taste of whale meat themselves, but did successful business selling it, and the blubber, to the French, Castilians and Flemings.

Basque whalers used longboats or traineras which they rowed in the vicinity of the coast or from a larger ship. Whaling and cod-fishing are probably responsible for early Basque contact with both the North Sea and Newfoundland. The date most frequently mentioned for the first arrival of Basque sailors in Newfoundland is Historical sources also document the presence of Basque fishermen in Iceland as early as In Europe the rudder seems to have been a Basque invention, to judge from three masted ships depicted in a 12th century fresco in Estella Navarre; Lizarra in Basque , and also seals preserved in Navarrese and Parisian historical archives which show similar vessels.

The Basque Country in the Late Middle Ages was ravaged by bitter partisan wars between local ruling families. In Navarre these conflicts became polarised in a violent struggle between the Agramont and Beaumont parties.

In Bizkaia, the two major warring factions were named Oinaz and Gamboa. High defensive structures "towers" built by local noble families, few of which survive today, were frequently razed by fires, sometimes by royal decree. From the Renaissance Era to the nineteenth century. Braudel, Fernand, The Perspective of the World, As the Middle Ages drew to a close, the lands inhabited by the Basques were allotted to either France and Spain.

Most of the Basque population ended up in Spain, and the resulting situation continues to this day. The fueros recognized separate laws, taxation and courts in each province.

Basques serving under the Spanish flag became renowned sailors, teaching the Dutch to use the harpoon for whaling at the end of the 16th century. The printing of books in Basque, mostly on Christian themes, was introduced in the 16th century by the Basque-speaking bourgeoisie around Bayonne in the northern Basque Country. However, Protestants were persecuted by the Spanish Inquisition. While this development pushed some Basques to counter-revolutionary positions, others actively participated in the process, and a Basque constitutional project was drawn up by the Basque revolutionary Garat.

This issue brought the Basque Country into the Convention War of , when all the Basque territories were nominally French for a time. When the Napoleonic Army invaded Spain some years later it encountered little difficulty in keeping the southern Basque provinces loyal to the occupier.

Because of this lack of resistance see the Battle of Vitoria , the southern Basque Country was the last part of Spain controlled by the French until the burning of San Sebastian on August 31, Political Spain in , after the first Carlist War.

In Spain, ironically, the fueros were upheld by the traditionalist, and nominally absolutist, Carlists all through the civil wars of the 19th century, in opposition to the victorious constitutional forces. The southern Basque provinces, including Navarre, were the backbone of revolts seeking to crown Carlos, the male heir to the Spanish throne who had promised to defend the Basque foral System , and his descendants after him.

Fearing that they would lose their self-government or fueros under a modern, liberal constitution, Basques in Spain rushed to join the traditionalist army, which was financed largely by the governments of the Basque provinces. The opposing Isabeline Army had the vital support of British, French notably the Algerian legion and Portuguese forces, and the backing of these governments.

As differences grew between the Apostolic official and Navarrese Basque-based parties within the Carlist camp in the course of the First Carlist War, the latter signed an armistice, the terms of which included a promise by the Spaniards to respect Basque self-government.

Spain's failure to keep this promise led to the Second Carlist War, which concluded in a similar way. The final outcome was that the Basque provinces, including Navarre, lost most of their autonomy, while keeping control over taxation through the Ley Paccionada. Indeed, they still retain this power today in the form of the so-called conciertos fiscales between the Basque provinces and the Spanish government in Madrid.

Thus the wars that brought new freedoms to large parts of Spain resulted in the abolition of most though not all of Basques' traditional liberties. Although the Basque provinces of Spain today have greater autonomy than other mainland territories, they still have far less freedom than their ancestors under the present-day Spanish regime.

On the other hand, one consequence of the transfer of the Spanish customs border from the southern boundary of the Basque Country to the Spanish-French border was the inclusion of Spain's Basque provinces in a new Spanish market, the protectionism of which favored the birth and growth of Basque industry. Late Modern history. Late nineteenth century. High quality iron ore mainly from western Bizkaia, previously worked in small traditional forges around the western Basque Country, was now exported to Britain for industrial processing.

Then, given the momentum of new market conditions, Bizkaia acquired its own modern blast furnaces, opening the doors to local industrialization and even heavier mining. The large numbers of workers which both required were initially drawn from the Basque countryside and the peasantry of nearby Castile and Rioja, but increasingly immigration began to flow from the remoter impoverished regions of Galicia and Andalusia.

The Basque Country, hitherto a source of emigrants to France, Spain and America, faced for the first time in recent history the prospect of a massive influx of foreigners possessing different languages and cultures as a side-effect of industrialization. Most of these immigrants spoke Spanish; practically all were very poor.


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