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الأثر الحضاري الأندلسي على الممالك المسيحية في الشمال الاسباني (478-609هـ / 1085- 1212م

الأثر الحضاري الأندلسي على الممالك المسيحية في الشمال الاسباني (478-609هـ / 1085- 1212م

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Title: الأثر الحضاري الأندلسي على الممالك المسيحية في الشمال الاسباني (478-609هـ / 1085- 1212م
Author: بابكر, أحمد خضر الزين
Abstract: This dissertation is an attempt to trace the civilizedinterfere between Andalusia and the northern kingdoms of Spain. This research is divided into an introduction and fourchapters. The introduction discusses the significance of the topic. This research sheds light on a very important period of Andalusian history, which is the period that followed kings of sects period and the fall of Toledo in the hands of the Christians of the north in 478 AH -1085 AD, and since thenToledo has become a very important point in the process of influence between the two parties. The introduction also includes the some sources and references of research. The first chapter dwells on the political situations in Andalusia and the kingdoms of Christian Spain in the period before 478 AH / 1085 AD. It also shows the objectives of the conflict between the two countries, the relations and their natures and the war and peace that took place since the entry of Muslims in Andalusia 92 AH and until the fall of Toledo 478 AH. 478, as well as the civilization relations between the two parties before 478 AH. This chapter also shows how Cordoba became on the top all Christian kingdoms. This chapter is concludedby a unit for the channels of transmission of cultural influences to the north, and highlighted the ways through which the interaction of civilization transmitted between the two parties, The second chapter is concernedwith the most important civilization influences between the two parties in the field of language and literature.While the third chapter discusses the influence in the field of science,and the last part of this chapter deals with the Influence of Andalusian philosophy on Western philosophy and how philosophical knowledge moved to the North. Thefourth and final chapter deals with the influences in the field of architecture, music and industrial arts, a concisenarration of the most important architectural structures in Islamic Andalusia, from the era of -the influence of this art on the North which included the two main arts; the art of Mozarabs and Mudejars. This chapter also overviews the influence of Andalusian music and the art Zajel and Mowashahat on the European lyric poetry as well as the industrial arts such as porcelain, textile and photographing. This research revealed a number of results, including: - The influence practiced by Andalusia on the kingdoms of the northern is effective and influential. Since the 10th century, this influence has spread its threads on most of the kingdoms of Iberian peninsula, and its rulers didn’t to prevent it from their kingdoms, but rather they encouraged and adopted it.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/25932


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