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A forgotten community : the Mudejar aljama of Xàtiva, 1240-1327

Author: Isabel A O'Connor
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2003.
Series: Medieval Mediterranean, v. 44.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book provides the first analysis of the evolution of the Mudejar or conquered Muslim community of Xativa from its foundation after the Christian conquest in 1244 until 1327. Using the Mudejar revolt of 1276 as a turning point, it examines the political, social, economic and religious foundations of the community, and compares the status of the Mudejar generation of the conquest with later generations. An  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Isabel A O'Connor
ISBN: 9004128468 9789004128460
OCLC Number: 123157166
Description: viii, 251 pages, 8 pages of plates : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm.
Contents: Introduction1: From Foreign to Native: Changing Patterns in Spanish Scholarship on the Mudejars2: The Christian Conquest of Xativa and its Aftermath, 1244-12523: The Aljama: Internal Organization of the Mudejar Community of Xativa4: Mudejar Economy in Xativa5: Mudejar Response to the Christian Conquest of Xativa6: Troubled Times: The Aftermath of the Mudejar Revolt, Granadan Invasions and Mudejar Emigration, 1276 to 13277: Change In the Aljama: Increased Christian Intervention in the Aljama's Affairs8: Hard Economic Times: Coping with Fiscal Pressure and DepopulationConclusionBibliography
Series Title: Medieval Mediterranean, v. 44.
Responsibility: by Isabel A. O'Connor.

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This book is the first archival study of the Mudejar or conquered Muslim community of Xativa from 1240 until 1327. It is a long overdue model study of the largest and most important Mudejar community  Read more...

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'...a useful case-study of a Valencian aljama based to a larger extent on "new" documentation...it will doubtless be useful to historians seeking to develop a broader, more sophisticated vision of Read more...

 
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