The story of the thirteenth-century Spanish king Alfonso X, renowned for his sparkling intellect and extraordinary cultural achievements.
For much of the Middle Ages, the Lara family was among the most powerful aristocratic lineages in Spain.
This volume of essays engages with a wide spectrum of Spanish border zones: spaces of negotiation and contestation.
This book examines the significance of the medieval Spanish past f0r understanding the relationship between "the West" and Islam.
This collection traces back to the medieval period some of the most pressing questions of today, showing why the distant past matters now.