Mozarab
The Mozarabs (Spanish: mozárabes [moˈθaɾaβes]; Portuguese: moçárabes [muˈsaɾɐβɨʃ]; Catalan: mossàrabs [muˈsaɾəps]; Arabic: مستعرب‎ trans. musta'rab, "Arabized") were Iberian Chri...
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Mozarabic art
Mozarabic art refers to art of Mozarabs (from musta'rab meaning “Arabized”), Iberian Christians living in Al-Andalus, the Muslim conquered territories in the period that comprises from the Arab invasi...
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San Baudelio de Berlanga
The Hermitage of San Baudelio de Berlanga (Ermita de San Baudelio de Berlanga) is an early 11th-century church situated at Caltojar, province of Soria, Spain, 80 km south of Berlanga de Duero. It is ...
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Monastery of San Miguel de Escalada
San Miguel de Escalada is a monastery in the province of León, Spain, located 10 km from the Way of St. James pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela. The building is an example of Mozarabic a...
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Missal of Silos
The Missal of Silos is the oldest known paper document created in the Christian West; it is 11th century in date. The quarto missal has 157 original folios of which 1 to 37 are paper and the rest in p...
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Umar ibn Hafsun
`Umar ibn Hafsun ibn Ja'far ibn Salim (Arabic: عمر بن حَفْصُون بن جعفر بن سالم) (c. 850 – 917), known in Spanish history as Omar ben Hafsun, was a 9th-century Christian leader of anti-Ummayad forces ...
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Sisnando Davides
Sisnando (or Sesnando) Davides (also Davídez, Davídiz, or Davidiz, and sometimes just David; died 25 August 1091) was a Mozarab nobleman and military leader of the Reconquista, born in Tentúgal, near ...
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Commentary on the Apocalypse
Commentary on the Apocalypse (Commentaria In Apocalypsin) was originally an eighth century work by the Spanish monk and theologian Beatus of Liébana. Today, it refers to any of the extant manuscript c...
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Mozarabic language
Mozarabic, more accurately Andalusi Romance, was a continuum of closely related Romance dialects spoken in Muslim-dominated areas of the Iberian Peninsula. Mozarabic descends from Late Latin and early...
Mozarabic Rite
The Mozarabic Rite, also called the Visigothic Rite or Hispanic Rite, is a form of Catholic worship within the Latin Church of the Catholic Church, and in the Spanish Reformed Episcopal Church. Its be...
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Santo Tomás de las Ollas
The Santo Tomás de las Ollas hermitage is situated in the town with the same name close to Ponferrada, León (Spain).
The name of the hermitage, taken from the town Santo Tomás de las Ollas (St. Th...
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Santiago de Peñalba
The church of Santiago de Peñalba is a Mozarabic building in the Valle del Silencio (Silence Valley) in the region of El Bierzo, close to Ponferrada, province of León, Community of Castile and León...
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San Juan de la Peña
The monastery of San Juan de la Peña is a religious complex in the town of Santa Cruz de la Serós, at the south-west of Jaca, in the province of Huesca, Spain. It was one of the most important monaste...
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Speraindeo
Speraindeo (died 853) was a Córdoban Mozarabic abbot, teacher of Eulogius and Alvarus Paulus.Few details are known about his life. He was the abbot of the Monastery of Santa Claire, near Córdoba, duri...
Perfectus
Saint Perfectus (Santo Perfecto) (died 850) was one of the Martyrs of Córdoba whose martyrdom was recorded by Saint Eulogius in the Memoriale sanctorum.He was born in Córdoba when the area was under t...
Aurelius and Natalia
Aurelius and Natalia (died 852) were Christian martyrs who were put to death during the reign of Abd ar-Rahman II, Emir of Córdoba, and are counted among the Martyrs of Córdoba.Aurelius was the son of...
Recemundus
Recemundus (Arabic: Rabi ibn Sid al-Usquf or Rabi ibn Zaid, Castilian: Recemundo) was the Mozarabic bishop of Elvira and secretary of the caliph of Córdoba in the mid-10th century. In 953, following a...
Eulogius of Córdoba
Saint Eulogius of Córdoba (Spanish: San Eulogio de Córdoba (died March 11, 859) was one of the Martyrs of Córdoba. He flourished during the reigns of the Cordovan emirs Abd-er-Rahman II and Muha...
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Gerona Beatus
The Gerona Beatus is a 10th-century illuminated manuscript currently housed in the museum of Girona Cathedral, Catalonia, Spain. The manuscript contains two separate documents: the Commentary on the A...
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Alfiz
The alfiz ([alˈfiθ], [aɫˈfiʃ], perhaps from Andalusian Arabic alḥíz, from alḥáyyiz, from Classical Arabic ḥayyiz, meaning 'a container'; Catalan: arrabà [ərəˈβa]) is an architectonic adornment, co...
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Álvaro of Córdoba
Paulus Alvarus (also known as Paul Alvarus, Paul Albar, Alvaró de Córdoba), c. 800 – 861 CE, was a ninth-century Mozarab scholar, poet, and theologian who lived in Southern Iberia during the period ...
Santa María de Melque
Santa María de Melque is a church in the border municipality of San Martín de Montalbán in the province of Toledo (in Spain), 30 km south of the capital, and equidistant from the towns of La Pueb...
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Saint Roderick
Saint Roderick (Rudericus, (Spanish: San Rodrigo) (died March 13, 857 AD) is venerated as one of the Martyrs of Córdoba. Tradition states that he was a Christian priest of Cabra who had two broth...
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