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For the professional historian this book, like Reilly's monographs on the two previous reigns (The Kingdom of Leon-Castilla under King Alfonso VI, 1065-1109 [Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1988] and The Kingdom of Leon-Castilla under Queen Urraca, 1109-1126 [Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1982]), will be a mine of important data, well researched and carefully established, on which later syntheses will have to be based.
Inside is some of the most remarkable tilework in Portugal and a room where King Alfonso VI was imprisoned for six years until his death by his brother, King Pedro II.
Hernando explica que, para resolver la crisis del destierro que ha sufrido a manos de Alfonso VI, el Cid no solamente tiene que acumular botin, sino que tambien debe enfrentarse a un enemigo con "un grado de contiguidad fisica o imaginaria suficiente con el origen de su agresion, el rey" (53).
Toledo then became capital of the Castile when it was conquered by Alfonso VI.
El hecho de la propia conquista y las necesidades de circulante determinaron que Alfonso VI continuase acunando moneda durante dos anos conforme a los parametros del sistema monetario de la Taifa" (19).
Desde un prisma literario, la figura de Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar en el Poema de Mio Cid existe solo y exclusivamente para recuperar su honra mancillada debido a la expulsion que sufre a manos del rey Alfonso VI.
La escena del juramento entre los dos entes de ficcion, Raimundo y don Honorato, apunta al famoso acto de la Jura de Santa Gadea en donde Alfonso VI fue acusado de asesinar a su hermano Sancho.
Alfonso VI empleo el titulo de Rex Hispaniae poco despues de su subida al trono, aunque existieron algunas variantes del mismo, como: Totius Hispaniae Rex y tambien Hispaniarum Rex.
When it was built in the late 11th Century by King Alfonso VI, who had wrestled the place from the Moors, the town of Avila must have been a magnificent sight.
The first of these is a brief, general survey of the political history of Leon and Castile between the accession of Alfonso VI in 1065 and the death of Alfonso VIII in 1214.
Reilly, The Kingdom of Leon-Castilla under Alfonso VI, 1065-1109 (Princeton University Press), in Canadian Journal of History, XXIV, 1 (1989), pp.
The Christian advance into Muslim Spain, sporadic at first, was systematically pursued by Alfonso VI whose assumption of the title of Emperor of Spain Reilly sees as of some importance in the progress of the Spanish Christian kingdoms.