Negotiating Cultures: Bilingual Surrender Treaties in Muslim-Crusader Spain under James the Conqueror (The Medieval Mediterranean , No 22)

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Recently recovered Arabic-Latinate interlinear treaties, between James the Conqueror of Arago-Catalonia and the Muslims of Mediterranean Spain, illumine that hard-fought crusade (1225-1276), its many Islamic and European contexts, and the radically opposed mentalities involved.

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Robert I. Burns, S.J., Ph.D. (1958, Johns Hopkins), Doc. Ès. Sc.Hist. (1961, Fribourg), is a Senior History Professor at the University of California (UCLA) and author of ten books on medieval Spain, including currentlyJews in the Notarial Culture (Berkeley, University of California Press, 1996).Paul E. Chevedden, Ph.D. (1986, UCLA) is Professor of History at the Virginia Military Institute and specializes in premodern siege tactics and fortifications. Hee has edited and contributed to Iberia and the Mediterranean World of the Middle Ages: Essays in Honor of Robert I. Burns, S.J., vol. 2 (Brill, 1996) and has published studies on pre-modern artillery and defensive planning as well as on Arabic epigraphy.Míkel de Epalza, Ph.D., has held teaching posts in Spanish, French, and Arabic universities and is currently professor of Arabic and Islamic Studies at the University of Alicante. A prolific author, he edits the journalSharq al-Andalus.

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'..".a detailed revision of James' conquest of the kingdom of Valencia, a multi-faceted analysis of two documents, and a series of illuminating contextual essays.'
Brian Catlos, "Medieval Encounters, 2000.
'"...a detailed revision of James' conquest of the kingdom of Valencia, a multi-faceted analysis of two documents, and a series of illuminating contextual essays."' Brian Catlos, "Medieval Encounters", 2000.

'."..a detailed revision of James' conquest of the kingdom of Valencia, a multi-faceted analysis of two documents, and a series of illuminating contextual essays."' Brian Catlos, "Medieval Encounters," 2000.

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