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  • Kathleen Malone O'Connor

    The red sulphur of Islamic philosopher and mystic Ibn Arabi

  • Jaime Ariansen Cespedes

    48 - La Paella - El arroz no fue cultivado en España en grandes cantidades hasta la llegada de los árabes a la península. Principalmente era importado y se empleaba para hacer pan junto con otros cereales. No obstante las mejoras introducidas en las áreas de la costa del levante español, su regulación en lo que se denominarían los tribunales de aguas en las comunidades. De esta forma, se puede plantar el arroz en los meses de mayo, para recolectar en los meses de septiembre/octubre.

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