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The civil wars of Granada

and the history of the factions of the Zegries and Abencerrages, two noble families of that city, to the final conquest by Ferdinand and Isabella

by Gin©Øes P©Øerez de Hita

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Published by Printed for Thomas Ostell by J. Bonsor in London .
Written in English

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  • Granada (Kingdom) -- History -- Ficti

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    Statementtr. from the Arabic of Abenhamin, a native of Granada, by Gin©Øes Perez de Hita, and from the Spanish by Thomas Ro
    GenreFicti
    ContributionsParr, Charles McKew don, Parr, Ruth, don, Rodd, Thomas, 1763-18
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 438 p. ;
    Number of Pages438
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13498540M
    OCLC/WorldCa10602133

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    The Healing by Jonathan Odell is one such book. Granada is born into slavery but has spent most of her young life at the side of the plantation mistress, much like a pet. Unfortunately Granada views her life through rose-tinted glasses and presumes that she is much better than other slaves simply because of her so-called status with the mistress.4/5(K). A civil war ensued in the emirate, weakening it and easing the way for the Christian troops. Ferdinand and Isabella seized this opportunity and, while their troops were visiting Granada (more specifically, during the battle of Axarquia), abducted Boabdil and held him prisoner.


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