The story of Islamic Spain
The author of this book, feels that only a few books cover the entire period of eight centuries of Muslim presence in the Iberian Peninsula. This book attempts to cover the entire period from Tariq s landing in Spain to the expulsion of the Muslims in the first decade of the 17th century. Part II of the book covers in detail the Hispano-Muslim culture.
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Tariq Lands in Spain
Islamic Spain in Search of Stability
Foundation of the Umayyad Kingdom
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