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History and the historians of medieval Spain

Author: Peter Linehan
Publisher: Oxford [England] : Clarendon Press ; Oxford ; New York : Oxford, 1993.
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A study of medieval Spain and its historians, from the chroniclers of the Middle Ages to the revisionists of the post-Franco era. This book reveals history in the making during the 800 years between the Roman period and what is now described as the birth of the modern state.
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Genre/Form: History
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Linehan, Peter.
History and the historians of medieval Spain.
Oxford [England] : Clarendon Press ; Oxford ; New York : Oxford, 1993
(DLC) 92021842
(OCoLC)26095569
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Linehan
ISBN: 9780191678349 0191678341
OCLC Number: 607779085
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010. MiAaHDL
Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 748 pages, 3 leaves of plates) : illustrations
Details: Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Contents: 1. Ways of Looking Back --
Philip II and Hermenegild --
III Toledo and the historians --
Stubbs and Sanchez-Albornoz --
Reconquest or 'Reconquest'? --
the Spanish Middle Ages since 1975 --
terms of reference --
2. The Catholic Century --
III Toledo and its legacy --
Leovigild and Reccared --
Arians and Catholics --
the Visigothic councils --
the seventh-century episcopate --
IV Toledo c. 75 --
V and VI Toledo --
Church and government --
Isidore of Seville and Braulio of Zaragoza --
3. 711 --
King Wamba and XII Toledo --
the rise of Toledo --
Julian of Toledo --
the papacy and the Jews --
the silent Church --
711 --
from the Mozarabic Chronicle to the Chronicle of Alfonso III --
the rise of Oviedo --
Alfonso II, Mozarabs, and Adoptionists --
4. The Invention of the Reconquest --
The Chronicle of Alfonso III --
Covadonga --
cleansing the past --
Asturias in the eighth century --
resettlement --
Oviedo and Santiago --
bishops and kings in the ninth century --
Sampiro and Pelayo of Oviedo: episcopal historians and the question of royal anointing --
5. Oviedo to Leon --
The reign of Ordono II: from Oviedo to Leon --
the anointing of Alfonso II: fact or fiction? --
the Leon Antiphonary --
evidence from the Leonese chancery --
Catalans in the kingdom of Leon --
Abbot Oliba and royal incest --
Sancho III --
6. Spain and the Wider World --
Leon and Castile in the eleventh century --
the Palencia forgeries --
kings, churchmen, and reformers --
the Council of Coyanza --
clerical morality and modern nationalism --
ecclesiastical reform and Spanish feudalism since 1975 --
Gregory VII and Alfonso VI --
the uses of history --
7. 1085-1135 --
The reconquest of Toledo 1085 --
the ideology of reconquista --
the role of Toledo --
the implications of ecclesiastical primacy --
the Mozarabs of Toledo: mosque and cathedral --
D. Rodrigo Jimenez de Rada and the 1090s --
Mozarabs and Frenchmen --
feudalism --
the imperial coronation of Alfonso VII 1135: fact and fiction --
F. de Berganza and the 'Ceremonial de Cardena' --
8. Aspects of the Twelfth Century, I --
1147 --
bishops and history in the twelfth century --
the fate of reform --
royal marriages: two 'models' --
Innocent III and the argument from expediency --
monks, churches, and the frontier --
9. Aspects of the Twelfth Century, II --
Toledo and the political fragmentation of the peninsula --
Alfonso VII and Portugal --
Romanist Symptoms --
1147: the apostolic Eugenius --
the minority of Alfonso VIII --
Mozarabs again --
1166: the Synod of Segovia --
1179 --
from maiestas to Christianitas --
Las Navas de Tolosa: a Castilian victory --
strenuitas --
D. Rodrigo's ideal king --
Pere de Cardona, foreigners, and Palencia --
the cost of Holy War --
10. History and the Historians, II --
Toledo after 1182 --
D. Rodrigo his De rebus Hispanie --
D. Rodrigo and Las Navas de Tolosa --
the 'Poem of the Cid' --
D. Rodrigo in 1215 --
Toledo vs. Braga --
'Zucketa' --
the 'Ordinatio ecclesie Valentine' --
11. History and the Historians, II --
The history of Spain according to De rebus Hispanie --
the problem of the seventh century --
Lucas of Tuy and Isidore of Seville --
'Notule de primatu' --
'Liber de miraculis Sancti Isidori' --
law and history --
history and the historians --
the unspeakable Theodisclus --
the problem of the 640s --
'Cum longe lateque' --
12. History and the Historians, III --
D. Rodrigo and D. Lucas --
D. Rodrigo and the anointing of Wamba --
primatial issues --
king-making in thirteenth-century Spain --
'regnum et sacerdocium' according to D. Rodrigo --
1230 and the eclipse of Toledo --
king-making since 711: Oviedo and Leon --
the 1135 coronation again --
the history of these years in retrospect --
13. The Thirteenth Century, I: Assurance --
The later thirteenth century --
the tasks of reconquest --
Alfonso X and official history --
the invention of the past --
1252: the accession of Alfonso X --
anointing and 'invisible anointing': the Alfonsine evidence --
Sancho IV and the crown --
Gonzalo Perez Gudiel --
Seville and Toledo --
Wamba comes to Toledo --
the new-model Wamba --
14. The Thirteenth Century, II: Uncertainty --
Yet again the coronation of 1135: the Estoria de Espana --
the apotheosis of Toledo --
Sancho IV and Archbishop Gonzalo Perez --
David and Solomon in the General estoria --
'felix Sancius': the sacral reputation of Sancho IV --
15. Difficult Years --
Toledo after 1295 --
social engineering on the frontier --
popular religion --
the king's bishops --
friars --
1295: the Cortes of Valladolid --
the Cortes and the historians --
Libro del Cavallero Zifar --
the minority of Fernando IV --
council and Cortes --
the case for ecclesiastical co-operation ecclesiastical co-operation thwarted --
libertas ecclesiastica --
16. The Fourteenth Century, I: A New Order? --
Alvarus Pelagius his Speculum regum --
1332: the coronation of Alfonso XI --
the new chivalry --
the mechanical Santiago --
the protest of Alvarus Pelagius --
17. The Fourteenth Century, II: The New Deal? --
The Chronicle of Alfonso XI and its author --
its picture of Alfonso XI --
the pope's foot --
letrados --
abadengo and realengo --
Guadalupe --
Alfonso XI enters Seville --
1329, the Cortes of Madrid --
xenophobia --
sovereignty --
Cordoba MS 40 --
Toledo again --
the infante Juan de Aragon and D. Juan Manuel --
18. Epilogue.
Responsibility: Peter Linehan.

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