Andalucia: A Cultural History

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Oxford University Press, 09‏/12‏/2008 - 272 من الصفحات
A garden at the foot of Europe and a crossroads between Spain, Africa and the New World, Andaluc?a has been a cultural customs house on the border of the Mediterranean and Atlantic civilizations for more than ten thousand years. This book traces its origins from the earliest hominid settlers in the Granada mountains 1.8 million years ago, through successive Phoenician, Greek, Roman and Muslim cultures, and the past five hundred years of modern Castilian rule, up to and including the present day of post-modern novelists in C?rdoba and Sevilla, guerrilla urban archaeologists in Torremolinos and Marbella, and underground lo-fi bands in Granada and M?laga.
 

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IBERIA FROM PREHISTORY TO THE VISIGOTHS
1
ALANDALUS FROM INVASION TO THE FALL OF GRANADA
69
ESPAÑA FROM RECONQUEST TO THE TWENTYFIRST CENTURY
115
FURTHER READING
245

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John Gill is the author of The Thomas Cook Guide to Seville and The Andalucia and the Essential Gaudi.

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