Rulers and Realms in Medieval Iberia, 711-1492

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McFarland, 2018-10-31 - 245 psl.
The Muslim conquest of Iberia in 711 began nearly eight centuries of struggle for control of the peninsula. The invaders quickly achieved military supremacy, but political dominance was less complete. Within a few years, a small band of Christian rebels defied Muslim authority, establishing their own ruling class in the northern mountains of Asturias. The opposing forces competed for control until the Catholic Monarchs Fernando and Isabel established absolute rule in 1492. Drawing on the latest scholarship, this comprehensive study traces the succession of Iberian sovereigns during a complicated period in early European history.
 

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Preface
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Before 711
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Maps
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Genealogical Charts
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Works Consulted
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Index
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Timothy M. Flood lives in Bellaire, Michigan.

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