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Si regionem hodiernam quaeris, vide paginam de Vandalitia.
Aetas caliphatuum:      Muhammad, 622–632      Caliphatus Rashidun, 632–661      Caliphatus Umayyad, 661–750
Provincia al-Andalus anno 750.
Interiores Meschitae–Cathedralis Cordubensis partes, olim Maximae Meschitae Cordubae. Primum meschita super locum basilicae Sancti Vincentii Visigothorum anni 600 anno 742 aedificatum est.
Corduba
Andalusia anno 910

Andalusia[1] (Hispanice Al-Ándalus; Arabice الأندلس al-ʼAndalus) fuit Paeninsula Iberica in dicione Musulmanorum. Hoc vocabulum prioribus civitatibus Islamicis in Iberia ab historicis hodiernis adhibetur.[2] Terrae huius regionis tempore maximi spatii geographici plurimam paeninsulae partem[3] et Septimaniam, partem Franciae meridianae hodiernae, saeculo octavo occupaverunt, ac paene uno saeculo (inter saecula nonum et decimum) dicionem a Fraxinet per transitus alpinos quae Italiam Europamque Occidentalem coniungebant extenderunt.[4][5]

Litterae, medicina, poesis, mathematica sub imperium calipharum et regum floruerunt.

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Warning icon.svg Fons nominis Latini desideratur (addito fonte, hanc formulam remove)
  2. Camilo Gómez-Rivas (21 Novembris 2014). Law and the Islamization of Morocco under the Almoravids: The Fatwās of Ibn Rushd al-Jadd to the Far Maghrib. Brill. pp. 1, note 3. ISBN 978-90-04-27984-1 .
  3. Fernando Luis Corral (2009). "The Christian Frontier against al-Andalus (Muslim Spain): concept and politics during the reigns of King Fernando I of Castile and Leon and his successors until 1230". Walls, Ramparts, and Lines of Demarcation: Selected Studies from Antiquity to Modern Times. LIT Verlag Münster. p. 67. ISBN 978-3-8258-9478-8 ,
  4. Versteegh, Kees (1 Ianuarii 1990). "The Arab Presence in France and Switzerland in the 10Th Century" (en). Arabica 37 (3): 359–388 .
  5. Wenner, Manfred W. (Augustus 1980). "The Arab/Muslim Presence in Medieval Central Europe" (en). International Journal of Middle East Studies 12 (1): 59–79 .

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  • Calderwood, Eric. 2018. Colonial al-Andalus: Spain and the making of modern Moroccan culture. Cantabrigiae Massachusettae: Harvard University Press
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  • Dodds, Jerrilynn D. 1992. Al-Andalus: the art of Islamic Spain. Novi Eboraci: The Metropolitan Museum of Art. ISBN 9780870996368. Editio interretialis.
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  • O'Callaghan, Joseph F. 1975. A History of Medieval Spain. Ithacae Novi Eboraci: Cornell University Press. ISBN 0-8014-9264-5.
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  • Sanchez-Albornoz, Claudio. (1965) 1974. El Islam de España y el Occidente. Matriti: Espasa-Calpe. Colección Austral; 1560. In L'occidente e l'islam nell'alto medioevo: 2-8 aprile 1964, 2 vol. Spoleto: Centro Italiano di studi sull'Alto Medioevo. Series: Settimane di studio del Centro Italiano di studi sull'Alto Medioevo; 12 (1): 149–308.
  • Schorsch, Ismar. 1989. "The myth of Sephardic supremacy." The Leo Baeck Institute Yearbook 34: 47–66.
  • Stavans, Ilan. 2003. The Scroll and the Cross: 1,000 Years of Jewish-Hispanic Literature. Londinii: Routledge. ISBN 0-415-92930-X.
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