English, Article edition: Islam in the history of early Europe Abulafia, David

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  • Islam in the history of early Europe
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  • Abulafia, David
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  • The history of Europe cannot be written without taking into account both the Islamic presence on the soil of Europe from the Arab invasion of Spain in 711 onwards, and the impact of that contact with Islam on the attitudes of the inhabitants of those countries not invaded by the Muslims. This paper seeks to challenge the view that the history of medieval Europe (and by extension more recent history, in areas under or close to Ottoman rule) can be written solely as the rise of the Christian west: the intermingling of Jews, Christians and Muslims on European soil proved very fertile. 1997 by John Wiley Sons, Ltd.
  • RePEc:cup:eurrev:v:5:y:1997:i:03:p:241-256_00
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