IMPORT FROM SPAIN. The first part of the book describes The Arias Dávila family in Segovia, Pedrarias, his marriage and his children, his governorship, the shadow of his converso lineage, and his death. The second part is an analysis of the legal documents known as testamentos,( Wills) one written at Sanlúcar de Barrameda, March 20, 1514 and the other at León, Nicaragua November 23, 1530. The actual wills are included as appendices. Also includes four genealogy charts, and an index. Salamanca, Spain, 2004 Universidad de León,1st Ed., 202 Pgs., 6&3/4 x 9&1/2, PB.