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9783895008290

Ed. by Foundation Al-Babtain

The City of the three Mosques: Ávila and its Muslims in the Middle Ages

2011
17,0 x 24,0 cm, 168 S., 5 Tabellen, 9 s/w Abb., Gebunden
78,00 €

ISBN: 9783895008290
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Kurze Beschreibung

This book troubles the traditional treatment of Muslims living under Christian rule in Iberia, traditionally dubbed “Mudejars,” as marginal in both medieval Christian and Muslim society. Focusing on Avila, for which uniquely complete records exist for the Muslim community from the twelfth to the sixteenth centuries, it is argued that the Muslims of Christian Avila were both deeply emeshed in Islamic culture throughout this period and integral members of the predominantly Christian city in which they lived. This monograph explores the processes of adaption and resistance in which Muslims engaged in order to maintain this balance in the face of the ever changing dynamics of Muslim-Christian relations within the wider medieval, and specifically, Iberian, world.

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Hg. von Juan Pedro Monferrer-Sala und María Ángeles Gallego

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1000 bis 1500 nach Christus (339) || 12. Jahrhundert (1100 bis 1199 n. Chr.) (53) || 13. Jahrhundert (1200 bis 1299 n. Chr.) (100) || 14. Jahrhundert (1300 bis 1399 n. Chr.) (89) || 15. Jahrhundert (1400 bis 1499 n. Chr.) (116) || 16. Jahrhundert (1500 bis 1599 n. Chr.) (133) || Bevölkerung und Demographie (10) || Geschichte (730) || Geschichte: Ereignisse und Themen (266) || Gesellschaft und Kultur, allgemein (299) || Gesellschaftliche Gruppen (48) || Islam (46) || Islam: Leben und Praxis || Kastilien und Leon, Castilla y León, Comunidad Autónoma de || Kulturgeographie (17) || Literaturwissenschaft (58) || Mittelalter (228) || Orientalische Sprachen (13) || Religion und Glaube (212) || Sozial- und Kulturgeschichte (28) || Soziale Gruppen: religiöse Gemeinschaften (2) || Soziologie (21) || Soziologie und Anthropologie (100) || Spanien (34) || Südeuropa (73)