Crear memoria y utilizarla judicial y políticamente. Entre el imaginario hidalgo y la realidad del dominio señorial en la cornisa cantábricala Puebla de Escalante (Cantabria) al final de la Edad Media

  1. José Ramón Díaz de Durana 1
  1. 1 Universidad del País Vasco/Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea

    Universidad del País Vasco/Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea

    Lejona, España


Cuadernos del CEMYR

ISSN: 1135-125X

Year of publication: 2016

Issue: 24

Pages: 121-144

Type: Article

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Time, history, memory in Al-Andalus». We reviewed the concept of time in Islam, marked by the establishment of a proper time, begun with the Prophet Muhammad’s flight from Mecca to Medina, which is set shortly after as year 1 of the Hegira (622 a.C.), to constitute their Era and calendar. Although this model prevailed in al-Andalus, it is necessary to bear in mind that more or less sporadic use of other Eras and calendars was practiced, namely, in other territories of the Dâr al-Islâm, for diachronic bequests, as well as for certain astronomical applications or practices (such as the solar agricultural calendar), or by non-Muslim population, or even as the result of some universalist timely eagerness. In relation to time in al-Andalus, we mention what Ibn Hazm, Averroes and Ibn ’Arabi said to end up raising some conditions of the historical record in al-Andalus: (1) its relationship with pre-Andalusi past; (2) the legitimations / non legitimations of historical memory; and (3) control of memory spaces: exclusions and silences