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Dawn of a Dynasty


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1. The Early Years: 1234–1252
2. The Royal Court in Seville: 1252–1259
3. The Papal Curia in Anagni: 1259–1260
4. Dominion in Murcia and the “Tierra de Don Manuel”: 1260–1272
5. Revolt of the Nobles and Last Pretense of Empire: 1272–1275
6. The House of Savoy: 1275
7. Problems of Succession: 1276–1282
8. The Rebellion of 1282–1284

Documentary Appendix
Analytical Index

About the Author

Richard P. Kinkade is professor emeritus of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Arizona.


"Kinkade’s archival work and analysis are of undeniable value, and he has woven them into a historical narrative that is clear and at times quite lively. Most importantly, he demonstrates how Infante Manuel exerted diplomatic influence not only in the Iberian kingdoms, but on a larger Mediterranean stage that included the pope, the count of Savoy, and the sovereigns of England, France, Sicily, and Tunis. Ultimately, this book is a worthy capstone to Kinkade’s legacy as a scholar of medieval Iberia."

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