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100 1  Bennison, Amira K. 
245 14 The almoravid and almohad empires /|cAmira K. Bennison 
264  1 Edinburgh :|bEdinburgh University Press,|ccop. 2016 
300    XI, 382 p. :|bil., mapas ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  The Edinburgh history of the Islamic Empires 
500    Índices 
504    Bibliografía: p. 356-369 
505 0  Introduction -- The Almoravids: striving in the path of 
       God -- The Almohads: revelation, revolution and empire -- 
       Society in the Almoravid and Almohad eras, 1050-1250 -- 
       Economy and trade within and beyond imperial frontiers, 
       1050-1250 -- Malikism, Mahdism and mysticism: religion and
       learning, 1050-1250 -- 'The most wondrous artifice': the 
       art and architecture of the Berber empires -- Conclusion. 
520 8  This is the first book in English to provide a 
       comprehensive account of the rise and fall of the 
       Almoravids and the Almohads, the two most important Berber
       dynasties of the medieval Islamic west, an area that 
       encompassed southern Spain and Portugal, Morocco, Algeria 
       and Tunisia. The Sanhaja Almoravids emerged from the 
       Sahara in the 1050s to conquer vast territories and halt 
       the Christian advance in Iberia. They were replaced a 
       century later by their rivals, the Almohads, supported by 
       the Masmuda Berbers of the High Atlas. Although both have 
       often been seen as uncouth, religiously intolerant 
       tribesmen who undermined the high culture of al-Andalus, 
       this book argues that the eleventh to thirteenth centuries
       were crucial to the Islamisation of the Maghrib, its 
       integration into the Islamic cultural sphere, and its 
       emergence as a key player in the western Mediterranean, 
       and that much of this was due to these oft-neglected 
       Berber empires. 
650 04 Almorávides|xHistoria 
650 04 Almohades|xHistoria 
651  4 África del Norte|xHistoria|y647-1517 
651  4 España|xHistoria|y711-1516 
830  0 Edinburgh history of the Islamic empires 
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