2019
DOI: 10.17265/2159-5828/2019.07.001
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Luísa Fernanda Guerreiro Martins

Abstract: Located in the centre of the Algarve, in the South of Portugal, the ancient village of Loulé has its origins in a Muslim medieval medina (8th Century). After the Christian Conquest of the South and namely of the Loulé territory in 1249, the Christian Administration, based on the city councils meetings, composed of good men, will have to reconcile the social and religious dynamics of the populations who stayed in the territory, formed by Jews, Muslims and Christians. Besides this social, cultural and religious …

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