Bronces de al-Andalus y epigrafía: el caso del hallazgo de Denia (siglo XI)
AbstractWe offer an analysis of the Arabic epigraphy of metals in the Islamic Mediaeval
period, especially in al-Andalus (Muslim Iberia). The recent book by Rafael Azuar
Ruiz on Denia bronzes, in which our article about his epigraphy is included,
leads us to think over the inscriptions of the same one, its Oriental origin and its
relationship with other productions of the Mashriq (Islamic Orient). Finally, we
study mottos and their evolution in the context of Mediaeval production.
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