• joseluis


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  • Roman Empire and the Gothic Kingdom

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    ... their name -Vandalusia, modern Andalusia, in Spain. The Byzantines established an enclave, Spania, in the south, with the intention of reviving the Roman empire throughout Iberia. Eventually, however, Hispania was reunited infer Visigothic rule. ... [leer más]
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  • Roman Empire and the Gothic Kingdom

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    ... Suevi and Vandals, together with the Sarmatian Alans crossed the Rhine and raveged Gaul until the Visigoths drove them into Iberia that same year. The Suevi established a kingdom in what is todaymodern Galica and northern Portugal. As the western empire disintegrated, the social and economic base became greatly simplifiel: but even in modified form, the successor regimes maintained many of the institutions and laws of the late empire, including Christianity. TheAlans' allies, the Hasdingi Vandals, established a kingdom in Gallaecia, too, occupying largely the same region but estending farther south to the Duero river. TheSilingi Vandals occupied the region that still bears a form of ... ... [leer más]
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  • SPAIN

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    ... Because of its location, the territory of Spain was subject o many external influences since prehistoric times and through to its dawn as a country. Spain emerged as a unified country in the 15th century, following the marriage of the Catholic Monarchs and the completion of the reconquest, or "Reconquista", of the Iberian peninsula in 1492. Conversely, it has been an important source of influence to other regions, chifly during the modern era, when it became a global empire that has left a legacy of over 500 million Spanish speakers today, making it the world's second most spoken first language. ... [leer más]
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