La territorialisation du Campo de Toro au haut Moyen Âge (IXe - XIe siècle)

Abstract : The territory is what defines best our identity. In this respect, one of the objectives of this study on the Campo de Toro in the Middle Ages is to distinguish the medieval concept of territory from our contemporary principle of territoriality. The process known under the name of "repoblación" will give us the opportunity to follow the different steps of integration of the space examined within the kingdom of Leon and to highlight the factors of this integration in which not only powerful people but also some institutions such as monasteries played a basic role in a highly impacting movement due to leave deep marks in the territory.
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Charles Garcia. La territorialisation du Campo de Toro au haut Moyen Âge (IXe - XIe siècle). Pandora : Revue d'études hispaniques, Université Paris 8, Département d'études hispaniques et hispano-américaines, 2010, 10, pp.17-31. ⟨halshs-00840317⟩



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