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Mudejar: An Alternative Architectural System in the Castilian Urban Repopulation Model

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This essay takes the city of Toledo as an example of the adaptation of mudejar architecture to the repopulation efforts of conquered territories throughout Castile. Considering architectural developments from the twelfth to the sixteenth centuries, it explains the ways in which adaptation and innovation occurred in response to changes in population as well as the expansion of the Castilian state. The essay models a methodological alternative to the more traditional strategy of art history, which is to focus on regional aesthetic choices.

Affiliations: 1: University of ZaragozaUniversity of Zaragoza


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