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Gregorio Arrien, a Basque, a Passionist, a historian, a patriot, has...

Arrien presentado su libro - salvad a los niños- Sabino Arana Fundazioa
On December 13, we Basques lost one of our guiding lights, one of those people who led a community out of the darkness. Gregorio Arrien...

The Irujo Brothers, Manuel, Andrés María, and Pello, in memory of...

Mikel Ezkerro was born in Rawson, Chacabuco, Buenos Aires province, and studied at the Jesuit school in Bilbao, in the Basque Country.  He continued...

The True History of Olentzero

Imagen de leñadores vascos - El arca de no se
This article was translated by John R. Bopp This isn't the first time we've brought up Félix Mugurutza's wonderful blog.  Recently, we linked to his amazing discussion...

From the New World, on “115 Years without Sabino Arana”

Sabino de Arana y Goiri
This article was translated by John R. Bopp That is the title of a video the Arantzazu Euzko Etxea of Lima has recently published on social media. ...

In Sardinia, the largest genetic heritage is from the “first Europeans”,...

Il gruppo musicale Cuncordu e Tenore de Orosei
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Paolo Virtuani in the Italian daily Il Corriere della Sera has just written that on Sardinia, the oldest DNA...

When Basque iron was the world standard for quality

We just wrote an entry about the naming of Father Luis Ugalde SJ as a “Numbered Individua of the Venezuelan National History Academy”. During the...

Martín de Murua, the Basque who wrote about the Incas of...

Tomado de la obra Códice Murúa: Historia y genealogía de los reyes incas del Perú del padre mercedario fray Martín de Murúa: códice Galvin (2004 [1590]). En el brazo del personaje se puede leer: "Vila Oma" y en la pierna del mismo: "El gran pontífice del Inga"; ambas inscripciones dan cuenta de la alta jerarquía del individuo, la cual se ve a su vez reforzada mediante el uso de la diadema en forma de media luna, el brazalete o chipana, bastón de mando y el adorno de barbilla.
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Jorge Paredes Laos has just published an interesting article in the Peruvian daily El Comercio about the life...

Jack Prendergast: the Irishman who fought for the Basque Country in...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp The Irish daily The Irish Times has just published an article this afternoon that tells the story of...

The extensive “economic area” of San Sebastian 25,000 years ago

About 25,000 years ago, in the Late Stone Age, a group of Cro-Magnons established a campsite at modern-day San Sebastian, and kept it running...

Who the peninsular Basques are: the teachings of History (from Peru)

Fragment of the map by Willem Blaeu. "Regnorum Hispanae nova descriptio." From Nouvel Atlas. Amsterdam: Willem & Joan Blaeu, 1643-50. 14 3/4 x 19 1/4. Engraving
This article was translated by Joseba Varela In this day and age, certain voices are casting doubt on which territories actually conform the Basque homeland in...