Andalusi Agriculture


The study of agriculture and botany flourished in al-Andalus between the 10th and 14th centuries.

Fortunately, many of the works written on these subjects have survived to this day in manuscript form. Most of these texts have now been edited and translated into European languages—predominantly Spanish, but also French.

I will continue to make resources connected to the disciplinary history of Andalusi agriculture and botany available on this page.

Studies on the Agronomy of Al-Andalus

An important survey of research on Andalusi agricultural texts is now available online [...]

Locating Arabic Agricultural Manuscripts

For anyone interested in the study of agriculture in the medieval Islamic world, a key task is tracking down manuscripts. [...]

Escuela de Estudios Árabes, Granada

Information for visiting researchers [...]

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