Incipit 5 : Workshop de Estudos Medievais da Universidade do Porto, 2016
Cristãos e Muçulmanos no Magrebe Ocidental : a definição de uma fronteira zonal (1415/818-1521/927)
Gonçalo Matos Ramos
AbstractThis article intends to summarize the contents of a doctoral project. It shall be underlined the presuppositions regarding the relationship between Christians and Muslims in Western Maghreb spaced between 1415 A.D./818 A.H. and the end of a particularly confrontational period between both contenders which matches the time of an increasingly great prominence of the Saadi dynasty (1521/927). Special attention shall be given to Algarve Kingdom, a political unity with no administrative codification and whose composition included several cities of both sides of Gibraltar Strait; this Kingdom will act as a backdrop of societal and military dynamics of both contenders in this period; it will also act as the spatial context of Hispania and the Maghreb. This thesis’ focus is the impact on social organization of space of Western Maghreb caused by the relationship between Christians and Muslims; as such, one shall pick up the concept of zonal frontier, as well as of inner (setting space) and of outer frontier (containment space); it shall also be brought onto this the archaeological contributions. At this point, one sought to i) define the chronological intervals in this zonal frontier, that is, the periods of time which saw greater or fewer action among Christians and Muslims; ii) determine the methodological analysis to be applied unto Christian and Muslim sources, from a subjective-camera standpoint, as can be put metaphorically.
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