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Author: Martínez Martín, Manuel
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Ingeniería Gráfica
Date: 2006
Published in: Historia, Instituciones, Documentos, 33, 365-421.
Document type: Article
Abstract: El “oppidum” vallisoletano fue una creación del conde Ansúrez, personaje leonés clave para un mejor entendimiento de la España de Alfonso VI (1072-1109). En sus orígenes, Valladolid fue un bastión defensivo frente al expansionismo leonés. Haci...
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The “oppidum” in Valladolid was a creation of Count Ansú- rez, a man of great importance during the reign of Alfonso VI (1072-1109). Originally, Valladolid was a defensive bastion against the expansion of the kingdom of León. Around 1073, Count Ansúrez, on the orders of Alfonso VI, went on a mission to the land of Ziri Abd Allah, the last king of the Taifa of Granada. In his Memories, Abd Allah relates how, in order to exert pressure on him, Pedro Ansúrez built the “oppidum” of Bellido, close to the city of Granada. This fortress was later used as a model for the construction of subsequent Spanish-Muslim fortifi cations.
Cite: Martínez Martín, M. (2006). Claves para una tesis: las murallas medievales de Valladolid. Historia, Instituciones, Documentos, 33, 365-421.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/56795

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