Definition of Mozarabic. Meaning of Mozarabic. Synonyms of Mozarabic
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Definition of Mozarabic
MozarabicMuzarabic Muz`a*rab"ic, a.
Of or pertaining to Muzarabs; as, the Muzarabic liturgy.
[Written also Mozarabic.]
Meaning of Mozarabic from wikipedia
, more accurately Andalusi
Romance, was a continuum
of closely related Romance dialects spoken
in the Muslim-controlled areas
of the Iberian...
- The Mozarabic
Rite, also called
Rite or the Hispanic
Rite, is a liturgical
rite of the Latin Church
once used generally
in the Iberian...
- Mozarabic chant
chant, Old Hispanic
chant, Old Spanish
chant, or Visigothic
chant) is the liturgical plainchant repertory
Fala Judaeo-Portuguese† Pyrenean–Mozarabic Aragonese
Navarro-Aragonese† Judaeo-Aragonese† Mozarabic
† Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath...
- including Corsica
and most of Sardinia. On top of this, the ancient Mozarabic language
Spain, at the far end of the "northwest" group, had...
to art of Mozarabs
(from musta'rab meaning
“Arabized”), Iberian Christians living
in Al-Andalus, the Muslim conquered
and Barranquenho. The Pyrenean–Mozarabic
Aragonese, and the extinct Mozarabic
. Can be cl****ified as West Iberian. The East...
- Visigothic capital
of Toledo. The primary source
for the battle
is the Mozarabic
was written shortly after
in the vicinity...
of Iberia Barranquenho
- 900. The illuminations
, and Carolingian
elements. The interlace patterns
and the drapery
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