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A gallery of royal portraits: Andalusi Umayyad sovereigns (2TH-4TH/8TH-10TH centuries) in Arab chronicles | Una galería de retratos reales: Los soberanos omeyas de al-ándalus (siglos II/VIII-IV/X) en la cronística Árabe

AuthorsMarín, Manuela
Issue Date2011
PublisherConsejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (España)
CitationAnuario de Estudios Medievales 41: 273-290 (2011)
AbstractThe public written projection of the Umayyad sovereigns of al-Andalus is examined throughout two different and complementary testimonies, preserved in Arab chronicles. First, their physical appearance as described in these sources, and secondly, the inscriptions in their seals. Both are compared with similar texts regarding Umayyad and Abbasid rulers in the Eastern parts of the Islamic Medieval realm. Religious and political uses of these images of power are fi nally offered.
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