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Work ID number BITAGAP texid 3920
Authors Alfonso X, Rei de Leão e Castela
Incipit & Explicits texto: A que por nós salvar [Mettmann 169]
Date / Place escrito/a 1275 ca.
Text Type: Poesia
Associated Persons Refere: Jaume I el Conqueridor, Conde de Barcelona
Refere: Abu Yusuf Ya'kub, Sultão de Fez [1258 - 1286]
References (most recent first) Russakoff (2021), “Contested Sites, Sacred Spaces: The Role of Architecture in Some Marian Miracle Illustrations”, Literature is Comparative: Toute littérature est littérature comparée. Études de littérature et de linguistique offerts à Roy Rosenstein par ses collègues, ses disciples et ses amis 506-07
Kennedy (2019), Alfonso X of Castile and León. Royal Patronage, Self-Promotion, and Manuscripts in Thirteenth-Century Spain 90
Vereza (2016), “Os nomes dos mouros: a percepção das diferenças étnico-culturais das populações islâmicas em uma documentação castelhana do século XIII”, Mirabilia 23:139-40
Ruiter (2013), “Alfonso X of Castile: Alfonso the Tolerant?”, Constellations 4:312-14
Prats Roselló (2012), “Alfonso X y la cantiga 169 de Santa María”, Cuadernos del Tomás 4:111-20
Franco (2011), “La cantiga 169 del Códice Rico y la Virgen relicario de la Arrixaca”, XXIX ruta cicloturística del románico internacional 73-85
Gutiérrez Baños (2011), “Pintura monumental en tiempos del Códice Rico de las Cantigas de Santa María”, Las Cantigas de Santa María: Códice Rico, Ms. T-I-1, Real Biblioteca del Monasterio de San Lorenzo de El Escorial [Estudios]
Dodds et al. (2008), The Arts of Intimacy: Christians, Jews, and Muslims in the Making of Castilian Culture 222-29
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Parkinson (2005), Centre for the Study of the Cantigas de Santa Maria of Oxford University: Poem List , n. 169
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Amrán (1989), “Precedentes a la conquista portuguesa de Ceuta en 1415 (siglos XII-XIV)”, Actas do Congresso Internacional Bartolomeu Dias e a sua Época 3:117-23
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Subject La Arrijaca
Múrcia
Sicília (Região)
Sevilha
Aljama
Salé
Espanha (Região)
Marrocos (Reino)
Ceuta
Arzila
Aragão (Reino)
Poesia - Incipit
Poesia - Até 1351 - Religiosa - Cantigas de Santa Maria
Mouros - Árabes - Muçulmanos
Number of Witnesses 2
ID no. of Witness 1 cnum 5677
City, library, collection & call number San Lorenzo de El Escorial: Real Biblioteca del Real Monasterio de San Lorenzo de El Escorial, T. I. 1 [Códice Rico] [MS T] (BITAGAP manid 1090)
Copied 1250 ? - 1300 ?
1271 ad quo (Ferreira)
1272 - 1278 (Chico Picaza)
Location in witness ff. 225v-226r
Title(s) Alfonso X, Rei de Leão e Castela, “A que por nós salvar [Mettmann 169]”, escrito/a 1275 ca.
Incipit & Explicits texto: A que por nos saluar
glosa: E Daquest'un miragre direi grande que ui
Poetic Stanza 1 x 4, 12 x 8
References Russakoff (2021), “Contested Sites, Sacred Spaces: The Role of Architecture in Some Marian Miracle Illustrations”, Literature is Comparative: Toute littérature est littérature comparée. Études de littérature et de linguistique offerts à Roy Rosenstein par ses collègues, ses disciples et ses amis 506-07
Franco (2011), “La cantiga 169 del Códice Rico y la Virgen relicario de la Arrixaca”, XXIX ruta cicloturística del románico internacional 73-85
Ellis (2003), “Textual-pictorial convention as politics in the 'Cantigas de Santa María" (MS. Escorial T.I.1) of Alfonso X el Sabio”, 355
Note Min., f. 226v
ID no. of Witness 2 cnum 5676
City, library, collection & call number San Lorenzo de El Escorial: Real Biblioteca del Real Monasterio de San Lorenzo de El Escorial, B. I. 2 [Códice de los Músicos] [MS E] (BITAGAP manid 1087)
Copied Iohannes Gundisalvi ?, 1252 - 1300
1281 ad quo (Ferreira)
1272 - 1283 (Chico Picaza)
Location in witness ff. 161r-162r
Title(s) Alfonso X, Rei de Leão e Castela, “A que por nós salvar [Mettmann 169]”, escrito/a 1275 ca.
Incipit & Explicits texto: A que por nos saluar
glosa: E daquest'un miragre direi grande que ui
Poetic Stanza 1 x 4, 12 x 8
References Westerveld (2014), Ibn Sab'in of the Ricte Valley. The first and last Islamic place in Spain 50-56
Alfonso X et al. (1959-72), Cantigas de Santa Maria 2:174-76 , n. 169
Record Status Created 1989-06-02
Updated 2021-05-11