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The Moors in Spain is an overview of the Moorish conquest of the Iberian Peninsula. Stanley Edward Lane-Poole (1854 - 1931), the author, was a noted British archaeologist.

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Terrible Narration

This narrator spent no time at all learning how to pronounce names and place names in Spain. It would have taken little effort to honor the book’s author and its subject to learn how to pronounce these names in a way that was, at least, an approximation of their real pronunciation. It appears he didn’t spend a second doing that. His narration was dry, lacked any color, and combined with his lack of attention to the text’s requirement that he offer the listener even a partial version of Spanish place names, made this book impossible to endure. So, I didn’t. I got out as soon as I could.

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Perfect History

Inspired by the history of a people that became great & enshrined nobility. Well Done