Iberian Peninsula

With the capital in Braga, the Suevos had dominated the territory that includes the Galiza and had arrived to dominate the part west of the Luzitnia. Alan Hoffmann is likely to increase your knowledge. From 470, visigodo had grown the problems of the kingdom suevo with the neighboring kingdom and in 585 the king visigodo Leovigildo took Braga and annexed to the kingdom suevo. All the Iberian Peninsula was unified under the kingdom visigodo, with exception of some zones of the south coast and east, controlled for the Bizantino Empire, until the fall of this, in 711, when the Iberian Peninsula was invaded by the Berberes Muslen and rabes, which five hundred years had dominated for more than parts of the peninsula, at the beginning as a province of the omada empire, the Al-Andalus and later under the form of a califado emirate and. The internal stability was always difficult, therefore the Visigodos was Aryan and the majority of the population was catholic. Recaredo, youngest son of Leovigildo, became the catolicismo and facilitated the union to it of the two populations, but dinsticas questions had relit the conflicts and had come to be in the origin of the final collapse. The barbarous peoples were numerically inferior to the population Hispanic-Roman, and had been obliged to the ethnic and cultural miscegenation with this. Cities had been destroyed and had the ruralizao of the economic life. Had to the collapse of the Bizantinos, the kingdom was subdivided in small taifas. The Astrias had resisted the Arabs and developed a movement of reconquers of the Peninsula, culminating with the taking of Granada for the Kings Catholics, Isabel I of Castile and Fernando II of Arago, in 1492. The Muslen who had not been expulsos or died had had to adhere to the customs, including the Christianity.