By Peter Linehan
- Examines the main major part of Spanish mainland improvement
- Considers the profound highbrow effects of Christian advances into Islamic Spain
- Explores the various fortunes of the kingdoms of Castile and Aragon, and makes a speciality of the reign of the discovered Alfonso X of Castile
- Utilizes the huge physique of basic and secondary resource fabric released over the last 30 years
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