Migration in the Medieval Mediterranean
Titel
Migration in the Medieval Mediterranean
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€ 15,95
ISBN
9781641892667
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Paperback
Aantal pagina's
119
Taal
Engels
Publicatiedatum
Afmetingen
11.1 x 18.1 cm
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Introduction
Chapter 1: Refugees from the Islamic Conquests (Seventh-Century Levant)
Chapter 2: Hadrian and Theodore (Seventh-Century England)
Chapter 3: St. Elias the Younger (Ninth-Century Sicily and North Africa)
Chapter 4: Constantine the African (Eleventh-Century North Africa and Southern Italy)
Chapter 5: Jewish Refugees from the Norman Invasion (Eleventh-Century Sicily)
Chapter 6: Merchants (Eleventh and Twelfth-Century Mediterranean)
Chapter 7: Imam al-Mazari and Other Muslim Scholars (Twelfth-Century Sicily and North Africa)
Chapter 8: Unnamed Sicilian Girl (Twelfth-Century Sicily)
Chapter 9: George of Antioch and Other Immigrants to Sicily (Twelfth Century)
Chapter 10: Moses Maimonides (Twelfth-Century Spain and Egypt)
Chapter 11: Religious Converts (Ninth to Twelfth Centuries)
Conclusion
Further Reading

Sarah Davis-Secord

Migration in the Medieval Mediterranean

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Migration in the Medieval Mediterranean argues that the cross-Mediterranean movement of peoples was a central aspect of the medieval world. Medieval people migrated in search of safety after regime change, secure life amongst coreligionists, and prosperous careers. This kind of travel between Muslim and Christian regions demonstrates the mutual influences, interconnections, and communications linking them, surpassing the differences between the two civilizations.
Auteur

Sarah Davis-Secord

Sarah Davis-Secord is a historian of the medieval Mediterranean specializing in intercultural communication and relations between Muslims and Christians.