The war in Leon and Castile (Ca. 1110-1130). Internal crisis and imaginary of violence
Martínez Sopena, Pascual
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This article deals with an aspect of the deep social crisis occurred in Leon and Castile during the time of Queen Urraca (regnante 1109-1126), the heir of Alfonso VI (regnante 1066/1072-1109). It was a period of war, which even continued after the death of the queen, during the first years of the reign of her son and heir, Alfonso VII (regnante, 1126-1157). The paper does not aim to describe the course of a war in the 12th century. It asks, however, questions about the dynamics of the war. To do so, we look at its material, social and symbolic items throughout a series of pictures from various sources.
Is part ofImago temporis: medium Aevum, 2015, núm. 9, p. 125-144
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