754: Chronicle of 754, Council of Hieria,

 
9781156002889: 754: Chronicle of 754, Council of Hieria,
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Chapters: Chronicle of 754, Council of Hieria, . Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 14. 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: The Chronicle of 754 (or Continuatio Hispana) was a Latin-language history in ninety-five chapters with the narrative theme "the ruin of Spain," which was composed in the year 754, in Toledo or Cordoba. Its compiler was an anonymous Christian Mozarab chronicler, living under the Umayyad Arab regime in Iberia; the author was called a phantom Isidorus Pacensis (Isidore of Beja) through compounded errors (see below). The Chronicle of 754 covers the years 610 to 754, during which it has few contemporary sources against which to check its veracity; nevertheless, it provides one of the best sources for post- Visigothic history, for the history of the early Kingdom of Asturias, and for the story of the Moorish conquest of Spain and southern France; it provided the basis for Roger Collins, The Arab Conquest of Spain, 711-797 (Blackwell) 1989), the first modern historian to utilise it so thoroughly. It contains the most detailed account of the Battle of Poitiers-Tours. The Chronicle is a continuation of an earlier history. It survives in three manuscripts, of which the earliest, of the ninth century, is divided between the British Library and the Biblioteca de la Real Academia de la Historia, Madrid. The other manuscripts are of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. The Chronicle was first published in its entirety in Pamplona, 1615; it was printed in Migne's Patr. Lat., vol. 98, p. 1253 sqq. and given a modern critical edition and translated into Spanish by Jose Eduardo Lopez Pereira, Cronica mozarabe de 754 (Zaragoza, 1980). Henry Wace explained the origin and the phantom history of an "Isidorus Pacensis," an otherwise unattested bishop of Pax Julia (modern Beja, Portu...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=87262

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