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Medieval Iberia : an encyclopedia

Author: E Michael Gerli; Samuel G Armistead
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2003.
Series: Routledge encyclopedias of the Middle Ages, v. 8.
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"As the first comprehensive reference to the vital world of medieval Spain, this unique volume focuses on the Iberian kingdoms from the fall of the Roman Empire to the aftermath of the Reconquista. The nearly 1,000 signed A-Z entries, written by renowned specialists in the field, encompass topics of key relevance to medieval Iberia, including people, events, works, and institutions, as well as interdisciplinary  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Encyclopedias
History
Encyclopédies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: E Michael Gerli; Samuel G Armistead
ISBN: 0415939186 9780415939188
OCLC Number: 50404104
Description: xxx, 920 pages : illustrations, maps ; 29 cm.
Contents: Abbey of Poblet; Abbeys, Royal; Abd al-Aziz; Abd Allah, Emir of Cordoba; Abd Allah, King of Granada; Abd al-Rahman I, Emir of Cordoba; Abd al-Rahman II, Emir of Cordoba; Abd al-Rahman III, Caliph of Cordoba; Abraham bar Hiyya; Abraham el Barchilon; Abravanel, Isaac; Abu Marwan, Abd-l-Malik, Ibn Zuhr (Avenzoar); Abu Zayd, Governor of Valencia; Abulafia, Meir; Abulafia, Todros ben Yudah ha-Levy; Abu-l-Qasim; Acuna, Luis de, Bishop of Burgos; Adelantado; Administration, Central, Aragon-Catalonia; Administration, Central, Castile; Administration, Central, Leon; Administration, Central, Navarre; Administration, Central, Portugal; Administration, Central; Muslim; Administration, Financial, Aragon-Catalonia; Administration, Financial, Castile; Administration, Financial, Leon; Administration, Financial, Navarre; Administration, Financial, Portugal; Administration, Judicial; Administration, Territorial, Castile, Portugal, Leon, Aragon- Catalonia, Navarre; Administration, Territorial, Muslim; Afonso I Henriques, King of Portugal; Afonso II, King of Portugal; Afonso III, King of Portugal; Afonso IV, King of Portugal; Afonso V, King of Portugal; Afonso, Count of Barcelos and Duke of Braganza; Agriculture, Christian and Muslim; Alarcos, battle of; Albalat, Pere d', Archbishop of Tarragona; Albigensian Crusade Albo; Joseph Albornoz; Cardinal Gil de Albuquerque; Juan Alfonso; Lord of Alcacovas; Treaties of Alcala de Henares; Ordenamiento de Alcanices, treaty of; Alchemy; Alfarrobeira, battle of; Alfonso de la Cerda; Alfonso de Toledo; Alfonso I, King of Aragon; Alfonso II, King of Aragon; Alfonso III, King of Aragon; Alfonso III, King of Asturias; Alfonso IV, King of Aragon; Alfonso IX, King of Leon; Alfonso V, King of Aragon, the Magnanimous; Alfonso V, King of Leon; Alfonso VI, King of Leon and Castile; Alfonso VII, King of Leon and Castile; Alfonso VIII, King of Castile; Alfonso X, el Sabio, King of Castile, Artistic Patronage; Alfonso X, el Sabio, King of Castile, Cantigas, music of; Alfonso X, el Sabio, King of Castile, Cantigas, musical instruments; Alfonso X, el Sabio, King of Castile, Historical Works; Alfonso X, el Sabio, King of Castile, Law; Alfonso X, el Sabio, King of Castile, Poetry and Prose Works; Alfonso X, el Sabio, King of Castile, Political History; Alfonso X, el Sabio, King of Castile, Scientific Works; Alfonso XI, King of Castile; Alfonso, son of John II of Castile; Al-Hakam II, Caliph of Cordoba; Alhambra; Alhandega, battle of; Aljama; Aljamiado literature; Aljubarrota, battle of; Almada, Felipa de; Al-Mansur; Almizra, treaty of; Almohads; Almojarife; Almoravids; Al-Shaqundi (Abul-Walid- Ismail b. Muhammad); al-Shushtari, Abu al-Hasan; Alvares Pereira, Nun; Alvarez de Villasandino; Alvarez Gato, Juan; Alvaro of Cordoba (Alvarus Paulus); Alvaro Pelayo; Amadis de Gaula; Anagni, treaty of; Anchieta, Juan de; Animal Fables; Anthony of Lisbon, Saint; Antifeminist Literature; Antiphoner of Leon; Apolonio, Libro de; Arabic language; Arabic liter
Series Title: Routledge encyclopedias of the Middle Ages, v. 8.
Responsibility: E. Michael Gerli, editor ; associate editors, Samuel G. Armistead [and others].
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Containing more than 750 original entries the Encyclopedia covers the Hispanic kingdoms from c. 400 to c. 1500 and is interdisciplinary in scope. Emphasis is on literature, language, history, arts,  Read more...

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