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Chapters: C rdoba, Spain, Province of C rdoba, Great Mosque of C rdoba, C rdoba-m laga High-Speed Rail Line, Alto Guadalquivir, Taifa of C rdoba, C rdoba Synagogue, C rdoba Airport. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 41. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books wi Chapters: C rdoba, Spain, Province of C rdoba, Great Mosque of C rdoba, C rdoba-m laga High-Speed Rail Line, Alto Guadalquivir, Taifa of C rdoba, C rdoba Synagogue, C rdoba Airport. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 41. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: C rdoba, Spain - The first trace of human presence in the area are remains of a Neandertal Man, dating to c. 32,000 BC. In th 8th century BC, during the ancient Tartessos period, a pre-urban settlement existed. The population gradually acquired the copper and silver metallurgy. The first historical mention of a settlement dates however to the Carthaginian expansion across the Guadalquivir, when the general Amilcar Barca baptized it Kartuba, from Kart-Juba, meaning "the City of Juba," the latter being a Numidian commander who had died in a battle nearby. C rdoba was conquered by the Romans in 206 BC. In 169 the Roman consul Marcus Claudius Marcellus founded a Latin colony alongside the pre-existing Iberian settlement. Between 143 and 141 BC the town was besieged by Viriatus. A Roman Forum is known to have existed in the city in 113 BC. Roman temple.At the time of Julius Caesar, C rdoba was the capital of the Roman province of Hispania Ulterior Baetica. Great Roman philosophers like Lucius Annaeus Seneca the Younger, orators like Seneca the Elder and poets like Lucan came from Roman Cordoba. Later, it occupied an important place in the Provincia Hispaniae of the Byzantine Empire (552-572) and under the Visigoths, who conquered it in the late 6th century. It was captured in 711 by a Muslim army: in 716 it became a provincial capital, depending from the Caliphate of Damascus; in Arabic it was known as (Quruba). In May 766, it was elected as capital of the independent Muslim emirate of al-Andalus, later a Caliphate itself. During the calip...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=53669


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Chapters: C rdoba, Spain, Province of C rdoba, Great Mosque of C rdoba, C rdoba-m laga High-Speed Rail Line, Alto Guadalquivir, Taifa of C rdoba, C rdoba Synagogue, C rdoba Airport. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 41. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books wi Chapters: C rdoba, Spain, Province of C rdoba, Great Mosque of C rdoba, C rdoba-m laga High-Speed Rail Line, Alto Guadalquivir, Taifa of C rdoba, C rdoba Synagogue, C rdoba Airport. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 41. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: C rdoba, Spain - The first trace of human presence in the area are remains of a Neandertal Man, dating to c. 32,000 BC. In th 8th century BC, during the ancient Tartessos period, a pre-urban settlement existed. The population gradually acquired the copper and silver metallurgy. The first historical mention of a settlement dates however to the Carthaginian expansion across the Guadalquivir, when the general Amilcar Barca baptized it Kartuba, from Kart-Juba, meaning "the City of Juba," the latter being a Numidian commander who had died in a battle nearby. C rdoba was conquered by the Romans in 206 BC. In 169 the Roman consul Marcus Claudius Marcellus founded a Latin colony alongside the pre-existing Iberian settlement. Between 143 and 141 BC the town was besieged by Viriatus. A Roman Forum is known to have existed in the city in 113 BC. Roman temple.At the time of Julius Caesar, C rdoba was the capital of the Roman province of Hispania Ulterior Baetica. Great Roman philosophers like Lucius Annaeus Seneca the Younger, orators like Seneca the Elder and poets like Lucan came from Roman Cordoba. Later, it occupied an important place in the Provincia Hispaniae of the Byzantine Empire (552-572) and under the Visigoths, who conquered it in the late 6th century. It was captured in 711 by a Muslim army: in 716 it became a provincial capital, depending from the Caliphate of Damascus; in Arabic it was known as (Quruba). In May 766, it was elected as capital of the independent Muslim emirate of al-Andalus, later a Caliphate itself. During the calip...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=53669

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