The Victors and the Vanquished

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List of figures; List of maps; List of tables; Acknowledgements; Note on the citation of sources, dates, places and names; Glossary; List of abbreviations; Introduction; Part I. Muslim Domination of the Ebro and its Demise, 700-1200: Introduction; 1. Thaghr and taifa; 2. Christians and Muslims: contact and conquest; Part II. Muslims under Christian Rule: Introduction; 3. The financial and judicial administration of Mudéjar society; 4. Muslims in the economy of the Christian Ebro; 5. Mudéjar ethnicity and Christian society; 6. Muslims and Christian society; Mudéjarismo as a social system; Part III. Individual and Community in the Christian Ebro: Introduction; Case study 1: fiscal and confessional identity: the Galips, templar vassals in Zaragoza (1179-1390); Case study 2: Franquitas and factionalism in Daroca: the Lucera family vs. the Aljama (1267-1302); Case study 3: litigation and competition within the Muslim community: the Abdellas of Daroca (1280-1310); Case study 4: administrative corruption and royal complicity: Abrahim Abengentor, Caualquem of Huesca (1260-1304); Case study 5: overlapping agendas: the career of Mahomet, Alaminus of Borja (1276-1302); Case study 6: the good, the bad and the indifferent: Christian officials in the Ebro region; Personal histories: the individual, within the community and beyond; Conclusions: Mudéjar ethnogenesis; Appendix 1: currency of the thirteenth-century Ebro region; Appendix 2: toponymical variants in archival documents; Appendix 3: rulers of the 'Crown of Aragon', 1050-1300; Select bibliography; Index.

The Victors and the Vanquished

Christians and Muslims of Catalonia and Aragon, 1050 1300

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23.02.2007

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Cambridge University Press

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480

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Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

23.02.2007

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Cambridge University Press

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480

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978-0-521-03644-3

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  • The Victors and the Vanquished
  • List of figures; List of maps; List of tables; Acknowledgements; Note on the citation of sources, dates, places and names; Glossary; List of abbreviations; Introduction; Part I. Muslim Domination of the Ebro and its Demise, 700-1200: Introduction; 1. Thaghr and taifa; 2. Christians and Muslims: contact and conquest; Part II. Muslims under Christian Rule: Introduction; 3. The financial and judicial administration of Mudéjar society; 4. Muslims in the economy of the Christian Ebro; 5. Mudéjar ethnicity and Christian society; 6. Muslims and Christian society; Mudéjarismo as a social system; Part III. Individual and Community in the Christian Ebro: Introduction; Case study 1: fiscal and confessional identity: the Galips, templar vassals in Zaragoza (1179-1390); Case study 2: Franquitas and factionalism in Daroca: the Lucera family vs. the Aljama (1267-1302); Case study 3: litigation and competition within the Muslim community: the Abdellas of Daroca (1280-1310); Case study 4: administrative corruption and royal complicity: Abrahim Abengentor, Caualquem of Huesca (1260-1304); Case study 5: overlapping agendas: the career of Mahomet, Alaminus of Borja (1276-1302); Case study 6: the good, the bad and the indifferent: Christian officials in the Ebro region; Personal histories: the individual, within the community and beyond; Conclusions: Mudéjar ethnogenesis; Appendix 1: currency of the thirteenth-century Ebro region; Appendix 2: toponymical variants in archival documents; Appendix 3: rulers of the 'Crown of Aragon', 1050-1300; Select bibliography; Index.