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Pedro de Valencia and the Catholic Apologists of the Expulsion of the Moriscos
This study traces the history of San Isidoro in León from a small eleventh-century palatine chapel housed in a double monastery to a great twelfth-century pilgrimage church. Its most groundbreaking contribution to the history of art is the recovery of the lost patronage of Queen Urraca (reigned ...
This book is a valuable contribution to the study of messianism and millenarianism in the history of Muslim Spain and pre-Modern Morocco presented in a broader framework of research on Muslim eschatological beliefs and Islamic ideas on legitimate power.
This bibliography is a supplement to the one previously published by Brill in 1988. This one covers material from 1984 to 2003. The chronology has been expanded to begin in the fourth century. Numerous Iberian Church Fathers not represented in the first one are now incorporated. The book ...
This work represents a considerably revised edition of the first comparative history of Islamic and Christian Spain between A.D. 711 and 1250. It focuses on the differential development of agriculture and urbanization in the Islamic and Christian territories and the flow of information and ...
Edited by Therese Martin and Julie A. Harris
The essays in this volume, written in honor of retired scholar John Williams, treat a variety of topics pertaining to Medieval Spain; providing an interdisciplinary, international, and intergenerational view of current work in the field.
Andrew W. Keitt
"Inventing the Sacred" analyzes the Spanish Inquisition's campaign to ferret out "false saints and scandalous impostors" whose claims of divinely inspired visions and revelations threatened the Catholic church’s efforts to monopolize access to the supernatural.
Edited and translated by Kim Bowes and Michael Kulikowski
This collection of essays on late Roman Hispania describes the relationships between the peninsula and the rest of the late antique world. Its contributors – archaeologists, historians, and historians of art – address both the historical evidence and the complex historiography of late antique ...
Timothy D. Walker
This groundbreaking monograph explores the fascinating social context of "witchcraft" trials in Portugal during the long eighteenth century, when conventional medical practitioners, motivated by a desire to promote "scientific" medicine, worked within the Holy Office to prosecute superstitious ...
Edited by Cynthia Robinson and Leyla Rouhi
A volume of eleven innovative essays on cultural production in medieval Castile, blending original archival work with a rigorous consideration of comparative methodology for the study of religions and languages in contact.
Henk Heijkoop and Otto Zwartjes
This bibliography - intended to be as complete as possible - provides information on written material in 22 languages about muwaššaḥ and zajal (poetical strophic forms in al-Andalus during the Middle Ages) and the kharja (final segment of muwaššaḥ and some zajals), and about their popularity in ...
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