Al-Andalus

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In History
  • 711

    The Muslim

    The Muslim army conquers most of Hispania.
  • 722

    Batalla de Covadonga

    Batalla de Covadonga
    Batalla entre el ejército astur de Don Pelayo y tropas de al-Ándalus, que resultaron derrotadas.
  • 750

    The Abbasids

    The Abbasids overthrowthe last Umayyad caliph in Damascus,
  • 756

    The Umayyad

    The Umayyad prince Abd ar-Rahman, and becomes Emir if Córdoba.
  • 830

    Creación del Reino de Pamplona

  • 929

    Emir Abd ar-Rahman III

    Emir Abd ar-Rahman III declares himself Caliph of Cordoba
  • 951

    Independencia del condado de Castilla

  • 1031

    Taifas

    -The Caliphate disintegrates into several smaller kingdoms called Taifas.
  • 1035

    Muerte de Sancho III ''el Mayor'' de Pamplona.

  • 1038

    el reino de Castilla se anexiona el reino de León

  • 1043

    Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar "El Cid"

    Fue un líder militar castellano.Consiguió conquistar Valencia
  • 1085

    The Christians Take Toledo

  • 1086

    The Almoravids

    -The Almoravids defeat the Christians at the battle of Sagrajas.
  • 1118

    Conquista de Zaragoza por Alfonso II

  • 1128

    Alfonso Enríquez independiza el reino de Portugal

    Alfonso Enríquez fue conocido como el Conquistador; también se le llamó el Fundador y el Grande.
  • 1137

    Matrimonio entre Petronila de Aragón y Ramón Berenguer IV.

  • 1147

    The Almohads take control

  • 1212

    The Christian kings

    -The Christian kings defear the Almohads at the battle of Navas de Tolosa.Afterwards, the Christians soon take cities in Andalusia like Jaen,Cordoba and Seville
  • 1213

    Pedro II de Aragón es derrotado en la batalla de Muret.

  • 1230

    Unión definitiva de los reinos de Castilla y León

  • 1238

    Jaime I de Aragón conquista Valencia

  • 1282

    Pedro III ''el Grande'' de aragón incorpora Sicilia.

  • 1492

    Isabelle and Ferdinand conquer Granada

    Boabdil is the last Muslim king in Al-Andalus
  • Period:
    700
    to
    1000

    Origen y formación de los reinos cristianos

  • Period:
    711
    to
    756

    DEPENDENT EMIRATE

    Al-Andalus is part of the Umayyad Caliphate
  • Period:
    756
    to
    929

    INDEPENDENT EMIRATE

    The Emirate of Córdoba is goberned by the Umayyad dynasty.
    it is independent from the Abbasid Caliphate in baghdad.
    The Emirate becomes more prosperous.
  • Period:
    929
    to
    1031

    CALIPHATE OF CORDOBA

    During the Caliphate, Córdoba is one of biggest and most important cities in the world.
    Emir Abd ar-Rahman III declares himself Caliph of Córdoba.
  • Period:
    1000
    to
    1100

    Consolidación de los reinos cristianos

  • Period:
    1031
    to
    1212

    TAIFAS AND NORTH AFRICAN RULERS

    The Taifas are not strong enough to resist the Christian kings.They ask for help from the Almoravids, who are Berbers from Morocco.The Almoravids take control of Al-Andalus.
    Later another group from North Africa,the Almohands, take over from the Almoravids.
  • Period:
    1200
    to
    1200

    La gran expansión de los reinos cristianos

  • Period:
    1200
    to
    1400

    Reino nazarí de Granada

  • Period:
    1212
    to
    1492

    KINGDOM OF GRANADA

    Granada is the only Muslim kingdom left in the Iberian Peninsula.It covers the modern provinces of Malaga,Granada and Almeria.
    Granada is ruled by the Nasrid Dynasty.
    Many Muslims leave other parts of the peninsula and go to the Kingdom of Granada.
    The kingdom is prosperous, but its army is weak.This means that it has to pay tribute to the Kingdom of Catile.