'Hasta el día que sacaron los moriscos'. Campos de cultivo de moriscos y de castellanos en la Serranía de Ronda (Siglo XVI)

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Abstract

Recently, studies have been conducted on various populations in the Serranía
de Ronda during the 15th-16th centuries. Special attention has been paid to analyzing, as an aspect of agrarian history, farming practices in those localities where the native population, Mudejar and then Moorish, coexisted with groups of Castilian settlers until the year 1570. Applying the methodology of agrarian archeology, and using the Castilian written records , specific questions can be asked about the spatial distribution of crop fields, production strategies, property sizes, land ownership, etc. The analyses carried out using the mountain towns of Tolox, Casarabonela, Igualeja and the former Moclón farmhouse ( Júzcar district) show a variety of situations that reflect the dialectic between different farmer communities, between Andalusian tradition practices and the
model provided by the Castilian colonization.
Original languageSpanish
Title of host publicationActas del II Congreso Internacional de Historia de la Serranía de Ronda. Anejos de Takurunna
Place of PublicationRonda
PublisherEditorial La Serranía
Pages259-290
Number of pages32
ISBN (Print)978-84-15588-36-8
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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