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Bibliography: p. 107-109.At head of title: Alfred Coester.This thesis was accepted by the faculty of Harvard university, 1906, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of PH. D.Extrait de la Revue hispanique, tome XV.
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EL CID CAMPEADOR ES ACUSADO POR SUS ENEMIGOS DE HABERLE ROBADO DINERO AL REY• This is the generally accepted reason for the exile of El Cid, although several others are plausible and indeed may have been contributing factors to the exile: jealous nobles turning Alfonso against El Cid through court intrigue, Alfonso's own personal animosity towards El Cid, as well as a possible misappropriation of some of the tribute from Seville by El Cid.
The Almoravid army, joined by that of several Taifas, including,anddefeated a combined army ofand at the. By the time the siege ended in May 1094, El Cid had carved out his own principality on the coast of the Mediterranean. All three printings coincided with formal requests to have the Cid canonized as a saint. A lo largo del poema, explica la….
It consists of more than 3,700 verses of usually 14 through 16 syllables, each with a between the.The Poem of the Cid: Dual Language Edition, 1985. The city was both Christian and Muslim, and both Moors and Christians served in the army and as administrators. El Cantar de mio Cid shows signs of being designed for oral transmission.
According to this story, Rodrigo's godfather, Pedro El Grande, was a monk at a. In 1086, an expeditionary army of inflicted a severe defeat to Castile, compelling Alfonso to overcome the resentment he harboured against El Cid. " The title "Campeador" comes from the Latin "Campidoctor," literally meaning "Doctor of the Field" but can be translated as "Master of the Battlefield.
He was also a popular source of inspiration for Spanish writers of the , such as , who wrote La Jura de Santa Gadea, or , who wrote a long poem called La Leyenda del Cid.
In 1086, the invasion of the , through and around , began.
The terms for El Cid's return to Christian service must have been attractive enough since El Cid soon found himself fighting for his former lord.