Conversos and Moriscos in Late Medieval Spain and Beyond, by Kevin Ingram
By Kevin Ingram
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Richard Hitchcock seeks to devalue the religious component of the concept, “¿Quiénes fueron los verdaderos mozárabes? Una contribución a la historia del mozarabismo,” Nueva Revista de Filología Hispánica 30 (1981), pp. 574–585. Connection of the dhimma with the Islamic principle of not setting oneself up against the other revealed religions, but to come to complete them, in Mahmud Makki, “El islam frente a las minorías cristianas,” Actas de las I Jornadas de Cultura Islámica. Toledo 1987. Al-Andalus, Ocho Siglos de Historia, Madrid, 1989, pp.
Harvey, Islamic Spain 1250 to 1500, pp. 70–71. Derek W. , Bordeaux: Institut d’Etudes Iberiques et Ibero-Americaines, University of Bordeaux III, 1977, II, pp. 587–592 (p. 591). 71 In the political terrain, we need only recall the oath of loyalty sworn by notables in recognition of the Crown Prince, still performed with Isabel II (L. G. de Valdeavellano, Curso de historia de las instituciones españolas, pp. 476 y 663). On another level, the survival, for instance, of the almotacén (inspector of weights and measurements) (Pedro Chalmeta, “El ‘señor’ del zoco en España: Edades Media y Moderna,” Madrid Instituto Hispano-árabe de Cultura, 1973).
507). No “normal exercise of a warring people but the formal demands of a given situation” for José A. Maravall, El concepto de España en la Edad Media, Madrid, 1954, p. 278. A “divinal” enterprise as Bishop Alonso de Cartagena would have it, but a very different concept from that of the Crusade, as Francisco Martín Hernández qualifies in “La Inquisición en España antes de los Reyes Católicos,” in La Inquisición española. Nueva visión, nuevos horizontes, Madrid, 1980, pp. 11–28 (p. 25). The framework of the Reconquista is that of a “broadening of civilisations” which “cannot honorably continue to be considered a war of national independence against a foreign invader” for Antonio Linage Conde, “Las raíces medievales de la diferenciación española,” Religión y Cultura 17 (1981), pp.