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THE MIDDLE AGES. Unit 12. 476 AD The Romans left spain. 711 AD Muslims invaded Spain. 1492 AD Christians conquered Granada. A city in Al - Andalus. It is a palace. It is a fort. The craftworkers lived. medina. It´s a mosque. It is a market place. It protected.

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476 AD The Romans left spain.

711 AD Muslims invaded Spain.

1492 AD Christians conquered Granada

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A city in Al - Andalus

Itis a palace

Itis a fort

Thecraftworkerslived

medina

It´s a mosque

Itis a market place

Itprotected

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Christian territory

Navarra

Aragón

Castilla

Portugal

Granada

Muslimterritory

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Muslimlegacy
  • New crops: aubergines and rice.
  • Paper, compassandArabicnumerals(zero).
  • Beautifulbuildings: Alhambra in Granada and mezquita in Córdoba.
  • Improvements in medicine, astronomyand mathematics.
  • Theybuiltlibrariesansestablisheduniversities.

Theunification of Spain.

When King Fernando II of Aragón and QueenIsabel I of castilla married in 1469, theyunitedtheirtwokingdoms and madeonelarge and powerful Christian kingdom.

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FEUDALISM
  • Feudalismwasthenameforthe social organisationduringtheMiddleAges.
    • TheKingruledthe country.
    • A noblewasloyaltotheking.
    • A knightfought in thenoble´sarmy.
    • Theclergylived in monasteries and convents. Thepeasantspaidthem. Theyprayed, studied and copiedtheancientsbooksbyhands.
    • Thepeasantsworkedontheland. Most of themwereserfs, theyweren´t free people.
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Medieval city

Mainsquare

cathedral

Town hall

walls

gateway

walls

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