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    Al Andalus Al Andalus Presentation Transcript

    • Al- Andalus Conquista musulmana
    • Expansión del Islam hacia el año 700
    • Esquema Político de Al Andalus 711 Invasión  711-756 Emirato Dependiente  756-929 Emirato Independiente  929-1031 Califato de Córdoba  1031-1086 1º Reinos de Tarifas  1086-1140 Imperio Almorávide  1140-1147 2º Reinos de Taifas  1147-1212 Imperio Almohade  1212-1492 Reinos de Taifas: Reino Nazarí  de Granada
    • Emirato Dependiente (711-756)
    • Emirato Independiente (756-929)
    • Califato de Córdoba (929-1031)
    • Primeros Reinos de Taifas (1031-1086)
    • Imperio Almorávide (1086-1140)
    • Los reinos cristianos antes de las Navas de Tolosa
    • Principios Siglo XIII (después de la unión de Castilla y León)
    • Península Ibérica siglo XV: Reino Nazarí último reducto islámico