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The Ornament of the World, How Muslims, Jews, and Christians Created a Culture of Tolerance in Medieval Spain

SPN185
Maria Rosa Menocal, Harold Bloom (Introduction)
Little Brown and Company
2003
272
0316168718
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In a series of historical vignettes highlighting the cultural achievements and religious tolerance of the Andalucian kingdom, Professor Menocal presents a portrait of a golden era in Spain during Europe's Dark Ages, from the eighth century until the repression of non-Christians in 1492. Menocal argues that because of this period of relative stability and peaceful coexistence between the three faiths, the arts and sciences flourished, prefiguring the Renaissance.

ISBN: 9780316168717
$16.00

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