Muslim Spain Reconsidered
Covers the period from 711 to1502, giving readers a substantial overview of what it was that made Muslim Spain a unique and successful society, and of its powerful legacy in the formation of modern Spain.
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Abbāsid Abd ar-Rahmān Abū al-Andalus al-Hakam al-Hakam II al-Mansūr al-Maqqarī al-Mu‘tamid Alfonso Alhambra Almería Almohad Almoravids amongst Andalus Andalusi Arabic sources Arabic text Aragón army Berbers Caliph Cambridge Castile Castilian Christian Chronicle communities conquest Cordoba court culture death defeat E. J. Brill East edited El Cid eleventh century Emilio García Gómez Europe example Fātimids Fernando frontier García Gómez Gayangos governor Granada History Iberian Peninsula Ibn Hayyān Ibn Hazm Ibn Tufayl indigenous Islamic Spain Jewish kingdom kings known land later Latin Leiden León Lévi-Provençal London Madrid Málaga Marīnids Medieval Mediterranean mentioned Mohammedan Dynasties mosque mudéjares Muhammad Mūsā Muslim Spain Nasrid North Africa notably perhaps period poet poetry political population present-day Qur’ān ref1 ref2 ref3 ref4 ref5 ref6 ref7 refé refl refº region reign religious Roman ruler rural Saragossa scholars Seville Taifa Tāriq tenth century territory Toledo translated troops Umayyad University Press urban Valencia Visigothic Yūsuf