The feudal expansion in the Iberian Peninsula

The destruction suffered by the Caliphate army of Al-Andalus in the battle of Siyilmasa (1055) meant a change in the control of the southern Saharan gold coming from the Sahel area. This led to the collapse of the Caliphate of Córdoba, which crumbled into a multitude of Taifas. Taking advantage of the Caliphate’s collapse, Almoravid troops occupied the Iberian Peninsula, which led to a different relationship with the Christian world.

Oriol Garcia Farré
  1. Mercè ComasMercè Comas says:

    Les lliçons d’història de l’Oriol són un plaer. Obren la ment i ens demostren que no som tan llestos com ens pensem. Repetim una i altra vegada errors, com ara la lluita pel poder, tot i que amb diferents mitjans.

    • Oriol Garcia FarréOriol Garcia Farré says:

      Gràcies, Mercè per les teves paraules. Tan lluny i tan a prop! Seguim a La Plaça!

      2 weeks ago

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