Arabic-Speaking Christians and Toledo, BCT MS Cajón 99.30 in High Medieval Spain

Geoffrey Martin

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This article interprets the Arabic notes of a Christian who made a primer of Latin grammatical texts—primarily Donatus’ Ars grammatica—in order to shore up his Latin vocabulary.  The copyist on the whole offers excellent evidence for Latin learning among Iberia’s Arabic-speaking Christians, who thrived in much of the peninsula between the tenth and thirteenth centuries

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Arabic annotations; Latin Grammar; Arabic-Speaking Christians / Mozarabs; Visigothic Manuscripts;

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21071/cco.v18i0.1190

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