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Cadiz presents a synthesis of the history of the city from its foundation by the Phoencians until the death of Franco in 1975, building upon recent developments in archaeological fieldwork and historical research. Two themes run through the book: the relationship of Cadiz to Andalucia, and its role as a nexus point between the Iberian Peninsula and the wider world, both the Mediterranean and Atlantic.

Cadiz is the first full, scholarly treatment of the history of this fascinating city, from its origins as Gadir through to the 20th century.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 232 pages
  • 159 x 235mm
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138781010
  • 9781138781016

Table of contents

1. Phoenician GDR
2. Cadiz and Rome
3. Cadiz during the Roman Empire
4. Islamic Yazirat-Qadis
5. Medieval Cadiz
6. Cadiz and the New World
7. Constitutionalism and Revolution
8. Republicanism and Nationalism
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