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96 See the contemporary account of the battle by Luis de Avila y Zuñiga , reprinted in F. Checa , Tiziano y la Monarquia Hispanica ( Madrid , 1994 ) , p . 40. We are extremely grateful to Professor John Elliott for this reference .

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