- a city in W Spain: held by the Moors (1142–1229). Pop: 87 088 (2003 est)
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In 1883, the ancient territory was divided into the two present existing states of Badajoz and Caceres.South American Fights and Fighters
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Page 112Justice is administered in these encomiendas by the alcalde-mayor of Caceres, two or three leagues away.
Two Franciscan religious from the convent of Caceres visit it, so that it is sufficiently instructed.
The alcalde-mayor of Caceres administers justice to the natives of these encomiendas.
They are one league from the city of Caceres, from which place they are governed in civil and judicial matters.