La Extremadura musulmana (1142-1248). Organización defensiva y sociedad

  title={La Extremadura musulmana (1142-1248). Organizaci{\'o}n defensiva y sociedad},
  author={Juli{\'a}n Clemente Ramos},
  journal={Anuario De Estudios Medievales},
Almohade Extremadura extended on the western side of the penin­sula as the northern most Muslim domain. The Tagus River usually defines the boundary between Muslims and Christians during the period after the final conquest of Coria by Alfonso VII. Thus, Muslim Extremadura beco­mes a true border area, although it does not present a very homogeneous profile. The area corresponding to the southern bank of the Tagus is clearly defensive in character (only fortresses can be found, but not villages…