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Between Christians and Moriscos

Juan de Ribera and religious reform in Valencia, 1568-1614

by Benjamin Ehlers

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Published by Johns Hopkins University Press in Baltimore .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Valencia (Spain),
  • Spain,
  • Valencia.
    • Subjects:
    • Juan, de Ribera, Saint, 1532-1611.,
    • Moriscos -- Spain -- Valencia.,
    • Valencia (Spain) -- Church history.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.

      StatementBenjamin Ehlers.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX4700.J739 E35 2006
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3406021M
      ISBN 100801883229
      LC Control Number2005021648

      The differences between Christians and Moriscos could also be hidden in the genealogies presented when applying to a high post, or they could be exposed in denunciations presented to the Holy Office of the Inquisition. Forbidden Passages is an extremely interesting book that covers an understudied topic. The strength of the book is precisely. Suspicions and tensions between Moriscos, who were called New Christians, and the other Christians, who were called Old Christians,[3] had been high for some time. While some Moriscos did hold influence and power, and they had some allies such as the nobility of Valencia and Aragon who depended on them as a cheap labor force, their overall.

        Between Rumor and Resistance: The Andalucian Morisco ‘Uprising’ of , Michel Boeglin Jerónimo Román de la Higuera and the Lead Books of Sacramonte, Mercedes García-Arenal & Fernando Rodríguez Mediano Manzanares Moriscos from Granada Head a ‘Moors and Christians’ Fair, William Childers In , a decade of increasing tension between Muslims and Christians in Spain culminated in a royal decree that Muslims in Castile wanting to remain had to convert to Christianity. Mary Elizabeth Perry uses this event as the starting point for a remarkable exploration of how Moriscos, converted Price: $

      An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. [ Benjamin Ehlers] Between Christians And Moriscos Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. In the mid s, long after the Jews had been expelled from Spain, there were still lots of Moriscos living there – Moors (Muslim) who had accepted Christian baptism. As with the Jewish conversos, many of these Moriscos were Christian only on the surface, while secretly following their own faith at home/5().


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Between Christians and Moriscos by Benjamin Ehlers Download PDF EPUB FB2

Here historian Benjamin Ehlers studies the relations between Christians and moriscos in Valencia by analyzing the ideas and policies of archbishop Juan de Ribera. Juan de Ribera, a young reformer appointed to the diocese of Valencia inarrived at his new post to find a congregation deeply divided between Christians and by: Here historian Benjamin Ehlers studies the relations between Christians and moriscos in Valencia by analyzing the ideas and policies of archbishop Juan de Ribera.

Juan de Ribera, a young reformer appointed to the diocese of Valencia inarrived at his new post to find a congregation deeply divided between Christians and moriscos. "Between Christians and Moriscos is a carefully researched and highly readable work that shows with impartiality the complexity of Ribera, whose arguments were much used in the theological justification of the expulsion of the Moriscos.".

Ribera was pulled between the Old Christians and Moriscos in his diocese, eventually choosing only to reform one. Although baptized as Christians, the Moriscos lost and were eventually expelled from the Iberian Peninsula in The book brings together two topics of history: Catholic Reformation studies and scholarship on Spanish Islam.

Two Flocks, One Shepherd: Christians and Muslims in Valencia 2. The Limits of Episcopal Authority: The Pasquinades of – 3.

Reform by Other Means: The Colegio de Corpus Christi 4. From Moriscos to Moros: Ribera and the Baptized Muslims of Valencia 5. Disillusionment and Its Consequences: Ribera, Philip II, and the Valencian Moriscos 6.

The Moriscos also likely wrote the Lead Books of Sacromonte, texts written in Arabic claiming to be Christian sacred books from first century CE. Upon its discovery in the mids the books were initially greeted enthusiastically by the Christians of Granada and treated by the Christian authorities as genuine and caused sensation throughout.

The Moriscos were nominally Christian after enforced conversions at the beginning of the sixteenth century, but they mainly clung to their Islamic ancestral faith, and they were expelled from Spain in – This was a huge operation, asMoriscos were.

In early modern Iberia, Moorish clothing was not merely a cultural remnant from the Islamic period, but an artefact that conditioned discourses of nobility and social preeminence. In Moors Dressed as Moors, Javier Irigoyen-García draws on a wide range of sources: archival, legal, literary, and visual documents, as well as tailoring books, equestrian treatises, and festival books to reveal the.

In the second half of the century, late in the reign of Philip II, conditions worsened between Old Christians and Moriscos. The Morisco Revolt in Granada in – was harshly suppressed, and the Inquisition intensified its attention on the Moriscos. "Patrick J. O'Banion's superb edition and translation of the rich and hitherto unpublished documents of Deza, a small eastern Castilian town, allows readers an intimate view of the complex relations between Moriscos and Old Christians in the period between the great Morisco rebellion in and their expulsion from Spain in the early Format: Paperback.

Between Christians and Moriscos: Juan de Ribera and Religious Reform in Valencia, (The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, th series.) Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

xiv, $ The Moriscos remained an alien community, suspicious of and suspect to the “old” Christians. There was very little intermarriage between Moriscos and Christians, and the Moriscos were less likely to accept Spanish Christianity than were the conversos, who, despite the.

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There has been a widely-held consensus among historians that the Moriscos of Spain made little or no attempt to assimilate to the majority Christian culture around them, and that this apparent obduracy made their expulsion between and both necessary and inevitable.

This book challenges that view. Assimilation, coexistence, and tolerance between Old and New Christians in early modern. "Patrick J. O'Banion's superb edition and translation of the rich and hitherto unpublished documents of Deza, a small eastern Castilian town, allows readers an intimate view of the complex relations between Moriscos and Old Christians in the period between the great Morisco rebellion in and their expulsion from Spain in the early.

Book Description: There has been a widely-held consensus among historians that the Moriscos of Spain made little or no attempt to assimilate to the majority Christian culture around them, and that this apparent obduracy made their expulsion between and both necessary and inevitable.

This book challenges that view. Between Christians and Moriscos: Juan de Ribera and Religious Reform in Valencia Benjamin Ehlers Johns Hopkins University Press $45 In early modern Spain, the monarchy’s universal policy to convert all of its subjects to Christianity did not end distinctions among ethnic religious groups but rather made relations between them more contentious.

Old Christians, those [ ]. Book Description: Ina decade of increasing tension between Muslims and Christians in Spain culminated in a royal decree that Muslims in Castile wanting to remain had to convert to Christianity.

Mary Elizabeth Perry uses this event as the starting point for a remarkable exploration of how Moriscos, converted Muslims and their descendants. Many Moriscos were accused by authorities of descending from Muslims or practicing Islam in secret and turned to the courts to assert their legitimacy.

Forbidden Passagesis the first book to document and evaluate the impact of Moriscos in the early modern Americas. Through close examination of sources that few historians have used-some one. Home > Between Christians and Moriscos > Author Bio Sign up for more information on JHUP Books.

Subscribe Now. Also Recommended. Religious Authority in the Spanish Renaissance. A Baronial Family in Medieval England. Trade and Aid. The Road to. Suspicions and tensions between Moriscos, who were called New Christians, and the other Christians, who were called Old Christians, were high in some parts of Spain and practically nonexistent in others.

While some Moriscos did hold influence and power, and even had positions in the clergy, others, particularly in Valencia and Aragon, were a source of cheap labour for the local nobility.Get this from a library!

Between Christians and Moriscos: Juan de Ribera and religious reform in Valencia, [Benjamin Ehlers] -- Annotation In early modern Spain the monarchy's universal policy to convert all of its subjects to Christianity did not end distinctions among ethnic religious groups, but rather made relations.The Muslims under Christian rule (until then known as Mudejares) were then obliged to convert to Christianity, becoming a nominally Catholic population known as "Moriscos".

Discontent among the new "Moriscos" led to a second rebellion, led by a Morisco known as Aben Humeya, starting in December and lasting till March