Caliphs and Kings: Spain, 796-1031
Roger Collins, a leading historian, investigates a time in Spanish history known for its multi-religious society - when Christians, Jews and Muslims lived in apparent harmony - revealing a fuller, more complex picture of this fascinating period.
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13:10 Printer Name 6:57 Printer Name Abd al-Rahman Abd al-Rahman III al-Andalus al—Hakam al—Muqtabis Alfonso III amir amir’s Arab Asturian AsTURIAN KINGDOM Banu Qasi Barcelona Berber bishop caliph campaign Cartulario charter Christian CHRONICLERS AND KINGs church Colección conﬁrmed conﬂict conquest Cordoba Count COUNTY OF CAsTILE documents dynasty Elvira expedition Fernan Gonzalez Fernandez ﬁrst fortress Frankish frontier Galicia Garcia Hafsun Hisham Ibn Hayyan Ibn Idhari identiﬁed inﬂuence Islam IWST127-c01 IWST127—Collins Ianuary IWST127—Collins Ianuary 14 January 18 JWST127-c07 JWST127—Collins January JWST127—Collins January 24 KINGDOM OF LEON KINGDOM OF NAVARRE later Leonese Madrid manuscripts Mérida monarchs monastery monastic Muhammad Muslim narrative Navarrese ninth ofﬁce Ordoﬁo Oviedo Pamplona PYRENEAN COUNTIEs Pyrenees raids Ramiro records region reign revolt Ribagorza Roger Collins Roman royal ruler Sampiro Sancho Garcés Saqaliba signiﬁcant sources Spain survived tenth century territories texts Toledo TRIUMPH AND DIsAsTER Umayyad UMAYYAD TRIUMPH Vermudo Visigothic Visigothic period Zaragoza