Christians, Jews and Muslims in Medieval Spain
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This paper is an in-depth analysis of the three main religions in Spain in the middle ages, which were Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. It further examines the knowledge and leadership of each group and how each religion interpreted them. Additionally, the paper considers the misunderstanding of knowledge and how it led to war and dissension rather than to peace and enlightenment.
From the Paper:"In the said year of 1481, the king Don Fernando and the Queen Isabel went with all their court to Aragon, Catalonia, and Valencia to be received as kings and lords of the land, and to take possession of those kingdoms and county of Barcelona ... where they made for them very solemn receptions, and gave them very grand presents and gifts, both the councils of the cities and the knights and merchants, and the Jews and the Moors their vassals."
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