Late Antique and Early Medieval Iberia
Impost capital found in the area of the monastery of St. Christophorus, on the Guadalquivir river. Photograph from the Archaeological Museum of Cordoba, reproduced with permission on the front cover of The Christianization of Western Baetica by Jerónimo Sánchez Velasco
Series editors

Jamie Wood, University of Lincoln, UK

Geographical Scope
Iberian Peninsula: modern Spain (including Balearic Islands) and Portugal; also Gallia Narbonensis and Mauretania Tingitania
Chronological Scope
Late antiquity and early middle ages: ca. 150-ca. 1000 CE
Editorial Board

Andy Fear, University of Manchester, UK
Catarina Tente, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
Dwight Reynolds, UC Santa Barbara, USA
Eleonora Dell'Elicine, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Glaire Anderson, University of Edinburgh, UK
Iñaki Martín Viso, Universidad de Salamanca, Spain
Nicola Clarke, Newcastle University, UK
Robert Portass, University of Lincoln, UK

Spain, Portugal, late antiquity, early middle ages, history, archaeology, Al-Andalus, Visigoths, Roman Empire

Late Antique and Early Medieval Iberia

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Scholarship on the Iberian Peninsula in Late Antiquity and the early middle ages is burgeoning across a variety of disciplines and time periods, but the publication profile of the field remains rather disjointed. No publisher focuses on this area and time period and there is certainly no series devoted to the topic. This series thus provides a hub for high-quality publications in the field of late antique and early medieval Iberian Studies.

The series moves beyond established chronological dividing lines in scholarship, which segregated Muslim Spain from ‘barbarian’ Spain, and ‘barbarian’ Spain from late Roman Spain. We also seek to be geographically inclusive, encouraging scholarship which explores the north of the peninsula, southern Gaul, and northern Africa insofar as they were integrated administratively, politically and economically with Hispania in our period.