The story of an exceptional woman: Ana of Mendoza, Princess of Eboli, whose beauty and intelligence provoked the admiration and envy of the most important men of her time. Caught up, along with Philip II, and his astute secretary Antonio Pérez, in political and romantic intrigue, the Princess of Eboli fought for her rights with a strength and decisiveness that was rarely found in women in Spain in the Sixteenth Century.
The most enigmatic and fascinating woman of the Spanish Golden Age.
A fascinating historical narrative, written by a direct descendent of the princess, Almudena de Arteaga del Alcázar, from the Mendoza family.
Dom Quixote (Portugal), Enalios (Greece).