Islamic and Christian Spain in the Early Middle Ages

  title={Islamic and Christian Spain in the Early Middle Ages},
  author={Thomas F. Glick},
  • T. Glick
  • Published 1979
  • Geography, History
Figures, Tables and Maps Introduction Part One Society and Economy 1. At the Crossroads of Civilization 2. Agriculture, Settlement and the Moving Frontier 3. Urbanization and Commerce 4. Social Structure 5. Ethnic Relations 6. Structure and Stability Part Two Movement of Ideas and Techniques 7. Technology 8. Science 9. Cultural Process in Medieval Spain Bibliography Index 
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