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Title: Conquerors, Brides and Concubines. Interfaith Relations and Social Power in Medieval Iberia.
Authors: Barros, Maria Filomena Lopes de
Keywords: Islam, Christianity, Iberia Peninsula, women
Issue Date: Jun-2016
Publisher: Brown University
Citation: Barton, Simon. Conquerors, Brides and Concubines. Interfaith Barton, Simon. Conquerors, Brides and Concubines. Interfaith Relations and Social Power in Medieval Iberia. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, Penn, 2015.ISBN 978-0-8122-4675-9. e-JPH, 14-1: (June 2016): 138-141
Abstract: As its title indicates, this book, which is divided into four chapters, seeks to provide an overview of “the diverse political, social and cultural functions that interfaith marriage alliances and other sexual encounters fulfilled within the overall dynamic of Christian- Muslim relations in the Iberian Peninsula during the medieval period, both within al- Andalus (…) and the expansionist Christian-dominated polities of the North” (4). In this sense, its chronological span reaches from the early eighth century (the conquest of the Iberian Peninsula by the Muslims) to 1492 (the Christian conquest of the Nasrid Kingdom of Granada)
ISSN: 1645-6432
Type: article
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