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Islam under the crusaders

colonial survival in the thirteenth-century Kingdom of Valencia

by Robert Ignatius Burns

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Published by Princeton University Press in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Valencia (Spain : Region)
    • Subjects:
    • James I, King of Aragon, 1208-1276,
    • Pedro III, King of Aragon, 1239-1285,
    • Imperialism -- History -- To 1500,
    • Mudéjares,
    • Civilization, Islamic,
    • Crusades,
    • Valencia (Spain : Region) -- History

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 421-456.

      Statement[by] Robert Ignatius Burns.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDP302.V205 B83
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxxi, 475 p.
      Number of Pages475
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5285236M
      ISBN 100691052077
      LC Control Number72004039

      Islam began to spread in the Empire of Songhay some time in the 11th century when the ruling Za or Dia dynasty first accepted it. It was a prosperous region because of its booming trade with Gao. By the 13th century it had come under the dominion of the Mali Empire but had freed itself by the end of the 14th century when the dynasty was renamed.   How Islam began in under ten minutes? Not a problem. The turbulent tale is told against the clock, with all the names, dates and events on a timeline. Animation by Ceiren Bell.

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        The Crusades were penitential war-pilgrimages fought in the Levant and the eastern Mediterranean, as well as in North Africa, Spain, Portugal, Poland, the Baltic region, Hungary, the Balkans, and Western Europe. Beginning in the eleventh century and ending as late as the eighteenth, these holy wars were waged against Muslims and other enemies of the Church, enlisting generations . Burns, Robert Ignatius Islam Under the Crusaders Colonial Survival in the Thirteenth-Century Kingdom of Valencia.


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