A Mediterranean Emporium. The Catalan Kingdom Of Majorca

David Abulafia


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LINGUA España
AUTOR David Abulafia
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The Catalan kingdom of Majorca was established under the will of King James I of Aragon, who conquered Majorca in , but it was ruled from to by a cadet dynasty. The kingdom included the key business centers of Montpellier and Perpignan, and other lands in what is now southern France.3,4/5(10). Situated astride the trade routes of the western Mediterranean, the Catalan kingdom of Majorca has long deserved attention. It was established under the will of King James I of Aragon, who. This is the first account of a medieval Spanish kingdom that was of vital importance in the trade of the Mediterranean and beyond. Combining lands in southern France with the Balearic Islands, the Catalan kingdom of Majorca was home to Christian settlers, Jews and Muslims, and enjoyed maritime links as far afield as England and the Canaries. A Mediterranean emporium: the Catalan kingdom of Majorca. [David Abulafia] -- Situated astride the trade routes of the western Mediterranean, the Catalan kingdom of Majorca has long deserved attention. It was established under the will of King James I of Aragon, who conquered Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript.  · The Catalan Kingdom of Majorca, including Minorca and Ibiza, is, I suspect, unknown territory to most British medievalists. Majorca was conquered from the Muslims by James I of Aragon at the end of and Minorca and Ibiza soon after. From to Majorca, with the mainland territories of Rousillon and Montpellier, formed an independent kingdom under a branch of the House . Situated astride the trade routes of the western Mediterranean, the Catalan kingdom of Majorca has long deserved attention. It was established under the will of King James I of Aragon, who conquered Majorca in , but was ruled from to by a cadet dynasty. In my search, I came upon A Mediterranean Emporium: The Catalan Kingdom of Majorca. Intrigued, I picked up a copy from the local library and read through it. First, I will admit that I knew very little about the Balearic islands before I read the book. I found the history to be rather informative.1,7/5. © Cambridge University Press aktionscampus.de Cambridge University Press - A Mediterranean Emporium: The Catalan Kingdom of Majorca David Abulafia. A Mediterranean Emporium: The Catalan Kingdom of Majorca (Cambridge Iberian & Latin American Studies) by David Abulafia and a great selection of related books, . The Catalan kingdom of Majorca was established under the will of King James I of Aragon, who conquered Majorca in , but it was ruled from to by a cadet dynasty. The kingdom included the key business centers of Montpellier and Perpignan, and other lands in Price: $ Get this from a library! A Mediterranean emporium: the Catalan kingdom of Majorca. [David Abulafia] ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes.

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