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Cum magnatibus regni mei: la nobleza y la monarquía leonesas durante los reinados de Fernando II y Alfonso IX (1157-1230)


Cum magnatibus regni mei: la nobleza y la monarquía leonesas durante los reinados de Fernando II y Alfonso IX (1157-1230)
Cum magnatibus regni mei: la nobleza y la monarquía leonesas durante los reinados de Fernando II y Alfonso IX (1157-1230)

Inés Calderón Medina

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Biography: Inés Calderón Medina realizó sus estudios de licenciatura en Historia en la Universidad de Valladolid, donde se doctoró en 2009. A lo largo de su trayectoria como investigadora, ha trabajado en diversos centros de España y Portugal. Sus principales líneas de trabajo son la construcción y representación de la monarquía medieval, la nobleza del reino de León y las relaciones luso-leonesas durante los siglos XII y XIII.

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Inés Calderón Medina

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Publication year: 2011

Language: Spanish

Subjects: History and Historiography

Collection: Biblioteca de Historia

Abstract:

With the death of Alfonso VII in 1157 and the coronation of his son Ferdinand II, began a new era in the history of the kingdom of Leon; an era which ended in 1230 when, upon the death of Alfonso IX, the Leonese throne passed to his son Ferdinand III of Castile. These circumstances make Leon an exceptional field for the study of the interactions between the nobility and royal power. This book discusses, from various different perspectives, the main Leonese and foreign noble families and in the kingdom engaged in political dealings with the last Leonese sovereigns: the court as a place of power and social interactions, the origin of the Courts, the territorial government and the rewards for vassal and the participation of the nobility in the relations between kingdoms, and the issue of dynastic succession. All these views show the symbiotic relationship existing between kings and nobles at the time.

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Physical Description : 588 p. ; 24 cm

ISBN: 978-84-00-09400-3

eISBN: 978-84-00-09401-0

Publication: Madrid : Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, 2011

Reference CSIC: 12023

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