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Christian Kingdoms

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Paula Ramos

on 10 April 2013

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Christian Kingdoms Reconquest and Repopulation Reconquest Politics Society Privileged estates: Economy Crow of Aragón: Daily life in Christian cities. The majority of the cities in the Iberian Peninsula were small. They usually walled. The first walls were made of wood and adove. Culture, architecture and art. *Culture: The Toledo school of translators; the first text in Romance languages. between the 8th and 15th centuries the Christians conquered the territories of Al-Andalus Repopulation Settling of christian colonists in territories that had been reconquered for the mors. The main kingdoms were León and Asturias, Castilla, Navarra and Aragón. Political organisation: The Cortes and legal and territorial administration were established. Crow of Castilla: Crafwork, shipbuilding and foreign trade were significant. Sheep rearing (creation of the Mesta) and the selling of wool. Market and fairs appeared. Minorities: *Nobility: high nobles or infanzones. *Clergy: bishops, abbots and grand masters from the peninsular military orders. Mudejars and jews The streets were narrow and not very well lit. There was also one square. The principal buildings were the churches and the cathedral if there was one. *Architecture and art: Pre-Romanesque, Romanesque, Gothic and Mudejar. BY: María Beato Domínguez Paula Ramos Fernández &
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