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Moorish Spain

Author : Richard Fletcher
ISBN : 0520248406
Genre : History
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A good introductory picture of the Islamic presence in Spain, from the year 711 until the modern era.

Andalus

Author : Jason Webster
ISBN : 0552779571
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As Islam and the West prepare to clash once again, Jason Webster embarks on a quest to discover Spain's hidden Moorish legacy and lift the lid on a country once forged by both Muslims and Christians. He meets Zine, a young illegal immigrant from Morocco, a twenty-first century Moor, lured over with the promise of a job but exploited as a slave labourer on a fruit farm. Jason's life is threatened as he investigates the agricultural gulag, Zine rescues him, and the unlikely pair of writer and desperado take off on a rollercoaster ride through Andalucía. While Jason unveils the neglected Arab ancestry of modern Spain - apparent in its food, language, people and culture - Zine sets out on his own parallel quest, a one-man peace mission to resolve Muslim-Christian tensions by proving irresistible to Spanish señoritas.

History Of The Moors Of Spain

Author : Florian
ISBN : UOM:39015063870318
Genre : Arabian Peninsula
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The Moorish Spain

Author : S. S. Ahmad
ISBN : UOM:39015012187830
Genre : Arabs
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The Moors In Spain

Author : Stanley Lane-Poole
ISBN : IND:30000007204468
Genre : Arabs
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Granada

Author : Alexander M. Grace
ISBN : 1522885323
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Granada is a novel set in Spain at the end of the 15th Century. The kingdom of Granada was the last remnant of the Moorish empire in Spain that was gradually being crushed by the armies of the resurgent Christians from the North. At the same time, Granada was the last remnant of the Golden Age of Moslem enlightenment, a culture of religious toleration, intellectual achievement, and scientific study. Into the maelstrom of war are thrown three very different characters, a young Jewish woman whose family has been forced to pretend to convert to Christianity and who is now the target of the Spanish Inquisition, a Moorish intellectual who only wants peace and quiet to study and think, and a brutal Spanish knight, poor but ambitious, with a very dark secret. As the kingdom crumbles, they will struggle to survive both the war and each other.

Moorish Culture In Spain

Author : Titus Burckhardt
ISBN : 1887752285
Genre : Religion
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The definitive work on the spiritual Islamic heritage of Spain.

A Pharmaceutical View Of Abulcasis Al Zahr W In Moorish Spain

Author : Sami Khalaf Hamarneh
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The Moor S Last Stand

Author : Elizabeth Drayson
ISBN : 9781782832768
Genre : History
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In 1482, Abu Abdallah Muhammad XI became the twenty-third Muslim King of Granada. He would be the last. This is the first history of the ruler, known as Boabdil, whose disastrous reign and bitter defeat brought seven centuries of Moorish Spain to an end. It is an action-packed story of intrigue, treachery, cruelty, cunning, courtliness, bravery and tragedy. Basing her vivid account on original documents and sources, Elizabeth Drayson traces the origins and development of Islamic Spain. She describes the thirteenth-century founding of the Nasrid dynasty, the cultured and stable society it created, and the feuding which threatened it and had all but destroyed it by 1482, when Boabdil seized the throne. The new Sultan faced betrayals by his family, factions in the Alhambra palace, and ever more powerful onslaughts from the forces of Ferdinand and Isabella, monarchs of the newly united kingdoms of Castile and Aragon. By stratagem, diplomacy, courage and strength of will Boabdil prolonged his reign for ten years, but he never had much chance of survival. In 1492 Ferdinand and Isabella, magnificently attired in Moorish costume, entered Granada and took possession of the city. Boabdil went into exile. The Christian reconquest of Spain, that has reverberated so powerfully down the centuries, was complete.

The Splendour Of Moorish Spain

Author : Joseph McCabe
ISBN : STANFORD:36105005459628
Genre : History
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