Христианский правитель и его мусульманские подданные в Средиземноморье (к постановке проблемы)

Translated title of the contribution: Christian ruler and his Muslim subjects in the Mediterranean (to pose a question)

R. Shukurov, I. Variash

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Abstract

The article attempts to compare the legal practice of the Christian supreme authority with respect to Muslims who find themselves in Christian territory. The authors focus on two particular cases. The Spanish precedent discusses the relationship between the king and his Muslim subjects analyzing the example of a Cantiga glorifying the Virgin Mary and a miniture illustrating the text. The Byzantine precedent contextualizes the seal of a high-ranking Muslim subject. Authors pose the problem of differences and similarities in the legal practice of Christian powers in relation to the Muslim population. The article discusses the question of how fully legal sources are able to transmit information about Muslim-Christian relations in Western Europe and Byzantium, whether the historian has the opportunity to enrich academic knowledge using literature and sphragistics. The presented research experience develops our ideas about the interaction of Christians in Byzantium and Spain with Muslims.

Translated title of the contributionChristian ruler and his Muslim subjects in the Mediterranean (to pose a question)
Original languageRussian
JournalIstoriya
Volume10
Issue number10
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 15 Dec 2019

Keywords

  • Byzantium
  • Cantigas de Santa Maria
  • Christian Mediterranean social strategies
  • Hispania
  • Legal practice
  • Legal status
  • Medieval history
  • Muslim population
  • Sphragistics

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