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The christians of Al-Andalus: some awkward thoughts

By David J. Wasserstein

Abstract

The Christians had opportunities to survive in Al-Andalus. This survival is not accomplished in one way collective, in the Spain Islamic and in the Christian. The study begin in the years 850-859 (martyrs of Córdoba), 1085 (conquest of Toledo) and ended in 1120 (massive movements of population in the frontier of the two religions).<br><br>Los cristianos tuvieron oportunidades para sobrevivir como tales en al-Andalus, axinque esta supervivencia no se realizó de una manera colectiva, ni en la España islámica ni en la cristiana. El estudio se inicia en los años 850-859 (mártires de Córdoba), 1085 (conquista de Toledo) y culmina en 1120 (movimientos masivos de población en la frontera de las dos religiones)

Topics: Christians, Islam, Al-Andalus, Middle Age, Cristianismo, Islam, Al-Andalus, Edad Media, History (General), D1-2009, History (General) and history of Europe, D, DOAJ:History, DOAJ:History and Archaeology, Social sciences (General), H1-99, Social Sciences, H, DOAJ:Social Sciences, Religion (General), BL1-50
Publisher: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas
Year: 2002
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:cb54ef895aab4acf8e05125bca098321
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