5 edition of Chronicle of Alfonso X found in the catalog.
|Statement||translated by Shelby Thacker and José Escobar ; with an introduction by Joseph F. O"Callaghan.|
|Series||Studies in Romance languages ;, 47, Studies in Romance languages (Lexington, Ky.) ;, 47.|
|Contributions||Sánchez de Valladolid, Fernán, fl. 1325-1348?, Thacker, Shelby, 1956-, Escobar, José., O"Callaghan, Joseph F.|
|LC Classifications||DP140.3 .C76 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 267 p. :|
|Number of Pages||267|
|LC Control Number||2001007150|
Information on Chronicle of Alfonso III by. late 9th century. The 'Chronicle of Alfonso II', of which two versions are known, constitutes the most genuine composition of the historiography of the Astur-Leonese people, and its authorship was attributed to the monarch himself.. Official information on culture in Spain. Another topic of medieval prose was Geography, represented by Image of the world-Semejanza del mundo- that was reworked until 15th century. The two first collections of medieval tales came from arabian language: a/ Calila and Dimna (ca) recreates tales form Panchatantra probably asked by Alfonso X, before being a castilian includes a foreword by arabian translator, Ibn al.
By analyzing the Chronicle of Alfonso X, I look at how male and female identities are represented. In order to portray these historical figures as an ideal male or female the chronicler explores what signified the archetypical mold of each gender to determine whether or not Alfonso X and Queen Violante did in fact conform to the traditional. Alfonso X () was king of Castile and León from to Also known as Alfonso the Wise, he was one of the greatest royal patrons of learning of the Middle Ages. The eldest son of Ferdinand III and Beatrice of Swabia, Alfonso was born in Toledo on Nov. 23, As a youth, he was tutored in the arts of war and governance.
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Chronicle of Alfonso X is the first and only translation of the king's history. The original "clumsy Castilian" of Fernán Sánchez has now been transformed into literate and engaging English. All books, all the time Find reading recommendations, author interviews, editors' picks, and more at the Amazon Book Review.
Cited by: 1. As Alfonso XI's trusted counselor, ambassador, diplomat, and legist, Fernán was an understandable choice, but in the centuries since, his convoluted prose has proven extremely difficult extremely difficult for scholars.
Chronicle of Alfonso X is the first and only translation of the king's history. The original "clumsy Castilian" of Fernán Cited by: 1.
Chronicle of Alfonso Xconcerns one of the great monarchs of medieval Europe, namely, Alfonso X, King of Castile-León (–), known to history asEl Sabio,the Wise, or the Learned.¹ A brief sketch of the king’s reign will help the reader to understand o X ascended the throne at the age Chronicle of Alfonso X book thirty-one, just a few years after his father, Fernando III (–), had.
The Estoria de España ("History of Spain"), also known in the edition of Ramón Menéndez Pidal as the Primera Crónica General ("First General Chronicle"), is a history book written on the initiative of Alfonso X of Castile "El Sabio" ("the Wise"), who was actively involved in the editing.
It is believed to be the first extended history of Spain in Old Spanish, a West Iberian Romance. Get this from a library. Chronicle of Alfonso X. [Shelby Thacker; Jose Escobar;] -- Alfonso X () reigned as king of Castile and León from until his death.
Known to history as El Sabio, the Wise, or the Learned, his appreciation for science and the arts led him to. Electronic books History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Crónica de Alfonso X.
English. Chronicle of Alfonso X. Lexington, Ky.: University Press of Kentucky, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Named Person: Alfonso, King of Castile and Leon; Alfonso, King of Castile and Leon: Material Type: Document, Internet resource.
Alfonso X (–) reigned as king of Castile and León from until his death. Known to history as El Sabio, the Wise, or the Learned, his appreciation for science and the arts led him to sponsor a number of books on the history of Spain since its Roman settlement. Among them were the Cantigas de Santa Maria, a collection of over four hundred poems exalting his favorite patron saint.
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Read on for daily live updates and information. Alfonso X, byname Alfonso the Wise, or the Learned, Spanish Alfonso el Sabio, (born NovemBurgos, Castile [Spain]—died April 4,Sevilla), king of Castile and Leon from to Alfonso’s father, Ferdinand III, conquered Andalusia and imposed tribute on the remaining Muslim states in Spain—Murcia and mother, Beatrice, was granddaughter of the Holy.
Comments: The Chronicle of Alfonso III was meant to be as continuation of Isidore’s “History of the Goths, Vandals, and Suevi.” The chronicle was apparently written in the early ’s, when the Asturian monarchy under Alfonso III was taking advantage of a period of political instability in the Cordoban emirate and thinking—prematurely, as it turned out—that Arab rule in Spain was.
In particular, it examines the Chronicle of Alfonso III not as a disappointing source which fails to yield to modern scholars the information they crave on this obscure period of early Spanish history, but, rather, as an expression of the aims of a medieval author and his copyists.
The Chronicle was the product of scarce and valuable resources. Chronicle of Alfonso X that forced them to leave the sea and forsake the galleys. All of the men from the galleys were in cabins and huts they had built in that region where later on Algeciras la Nueva, was populated.
Many of these ill men were also on the island in the sea near Algeciras, and. Chronicle of Alfonso X Chronicle of Alfonso X Linehan, Peter S H O RT E R N OT I C E S Although he naturally concentrates on the period after the coming of the Normans, he does examine the church in the years leading up to that important event.
It is here that his wish to float some new ideas, which he does successfully elsewhere in the volume, does appear to come apart somewhat (pp. Alfonso King 4. The Quest for the Imperial Crown 5. Alfonso, King of the Romans 6. Gregory X and the End of Imperial Ambitions 7. Illness and Intellectual Pursuits 8.
The Black Decade () 9. The Nobles' Rebellion Desnaturación The Problems of Succession Don Sancho is Declared Successor Deposition and Civil War And therefore we don Alfonso by the grace of God King of Castile, Toledo, Leon, Galicia, Seville, Cordova, Murcia, Jaen and Algarve commanded that this book be made in which we speak about in which those games are made most beautifully, like chess, dice and tables.
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Alfonso X, the Learned a biography / by: Martínez, H. Salvador. Published: () The chronicle of Alfonso X / Published: () The learned king: the reign of Alfonso X of Castile / by: O'Callaghan, Joseph F.
Published: (). Chronicle of Alfonso X / Published: () La escuela de traductores de Toledo y los colaboradores judíos / by: Gil, José S.
Published: () Alfonso X, the Learned a biography / by: Martínez, H. Salvador. Published: () Alfonso X, el Sabio. Alfonso X (also occasionally Alphonso X, Alphonse X, or Alfons X, 23 November – 4 April ), called the Wise (Spanish: el Sabio), was the King of Castile, León and Galicia from 30 May until his death.
During the Imperial election ofa dissident faction chose him to be King of the Romans (Latin: Rex Romanorum; German: Römisch-deutscher König) on 1 April over Charles IV. Alfonso X >Alfonso X () was king of Castile and León from to Also >known as Alfonso the Wise, he was one of the greatest royal patrons of >learning of the Middle Ages .
The eldest son of Ferdinand III and Beatrice of Swabia, Alfonso was born in Toledo on Nov. 23, People have been fascinated with board games for a very long time. One of the oldest books written about board games is a book called Libro de los Juegos, or Libro de Axedrez, Dados e Tablas, The Book of Games, or The Book of Chess, Dice and Tables, commissioned by King Alfonso X of Castile, Galicia and León in Toledo, Spain, in Detail of Libro de los Juegos, folio 1 recto, Escorial.The Chronicle of Alfonso III (Latin: Chronica Adefonsi tertii regis) is a chronicle composed in the early tenth century on the order of King Alfonso III of León with the goal of showing the continuity between Visigothic Spain and the later Christian medieval Spain.
Intended as a continuation of Isidore of Seville's history of the Goths, it is written in a late form of Latin and outlines a.