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Collins, Roger
Caliphs and Kings
Spain, 796-1031
A History of Spain

1. Edition April 2012
77.90 Euro
2012. 328 Pages, Hardcover
ISBN 978-0-631-18184-2 - John Wiley & Sons

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Caliphs and Kings explores the three hundred year rule of the Umayyad dynasty in Spain (756-1031), a period still remembered by the beautiful architecture and art left behind when civil war destroyed the Cordoba caliphate. Illustrating the dividing--not uniting--forces of this period in Spanish history, Caliphs and Kings challenges the popular idea that the Umayyad reign was a time of simplistic, multicultural peace, and shows that its true dimensions were far more complex--much like multicultural relationships today.

From the contents
Genealogies viii

Maps xi

Introduction 1

1 Al-Andalus:War and Society, 796-888 14

2 The Asturian Kingdom: Chroniclers and Kings, 791-910 50

3 The Christians of al-Andalus 83

4 Monks, Books, and Saints in the Christian North 104

5 Al-Andalus: Local Government versus the Capital, 888-928 121

6 TheKingdomofLe´ on, 910-1037 138

7 Al-Andalus: Umayyad Triumph and Disaster, 912-1031 166

8 The Kingdom of Navarre and the Pyrenean Counties, 799-1035 205

9 The County of Castile, c.860-1037 238

Bibliography 257

Glossary 300

Acknowledgments 302

Index 304

 




 

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