Las primeras mezquitas de al-Andalus a través de las fuentes árabes (92/711 – 170/785)

  title={Las primeras mezquitas de al-Andalus a trav{\'e}s de las fuentes {\'a}rabes (92/711 – 170/785)},
  author={Susana Calvo Capilla},
The narratives recorded in the Arabic sources –especially those written by Andalusis– regarding the first religious foundations in al-Andalus are collected in this article. The reports dealing with the conquest show similarities with the model of Islamization already followed in other areas of the Islamic Mediterranean, as well as with the Arabic historiography of the Fut u h . Given the need for religious prestige and political legitimacy, the authors insist on certain aspects such as on the… 
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