Christians and Muslims on the Iberian Peninsula 711-1492
The ‘Reconquista’ – a bloody conflict between Christians and Muslims on the Iberian peninsula? Christian expansion – a slow but ultimately unstoppable process? Not at all. Niklas Jaspert describes the period between 711 (fall of the West Gothic Empire) and 1492 (Catholic conquest of Granada) as a sequence of wars and alliances, but also of cultural and diplomatic relations. With a deft touch, Jaspert lays open the multi-facetted complexity of different areas of tension during this near eight hundred year epoch and familiarises readers with its most important aspects.
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