Isabel Sánchez Ramos (Córdoba, 1977) holds a PhD in Archaeology, specialising in the historical period of Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages. Her main scientific interest has been the study of phenomena related to urban societies in transformation between the Roman period and the High Middle Ages in the western Mediterranean, the spaces and architectures of power linked to the elites, and the impact they had on the evolution of urban landscapes.
Isabel Sánchez Ramos
This book presents a study of three famous usurpations of the Visigothic period: the uprising of Prince Hermenegild (579-585); the rebellion of Duke Argimundo at the beginning of the reign of Recaredo; and Duke Theudemirus and the role he played in the transmission of power between Visigoths and Arabs after the fall of the kingdom of Toledo. READ MORE
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