Collation Model for Ms. Codex 146: Repartimientto de las tierras...

Thumbnail Image
Penn collection
SIMS Models
Degree type
Alfonso X King of Castile and Leon 1221-1284
Andalusia (Spain) -- History -- 13th century -- Sources
Ecija (Spain) -- History -- 13th century -- Sources
Spain -- History -- 711-1516 -- Sources
Medieval Studies
Grant number
Copyright date

Two lists containing the names of persons who received land by order of the king in the neighborhood of Écija in Andalusia which was taken from the Moros ("Moors") in 1240. Among them are men and women of the royal court, such as ladies in waiting of the queen (f. 1v). The first list (f. 1-11) lists property holders divided by villages, with red paragraph marks at the beginning of descriptions of villages alternating with blue paragraph marks at the beginning of the names of people who received land from that village, with the land area measured in yugadas. The second list was made by order of King Alfonso X and his queen, Violante (f. 14-17). Before it is inserted a document (f. 12) dated "era de mill ccc xx vii," the old Spanish date corresponding to the year 1289. This states that this copy was made from a charter of Alfonso X given at Seville, 2 May, 1282. Folio 13 is blank. (According to Zacour-Hirsch, this list is apparently a version of that of 1263.).

Date Range for Data Collection (Start Date)
Date Range for Data Collection (End Date)
Digital Object Identifier
Series name and number
Publication date
Journal title
Volume number
Issue number
Publisher DOI
Journal Issue
The .zip file Archive contains: VisColl collation model XML file JSON collation model file Folder of PNG files, one for each quire Folder of SVG files, one for each quire Screenshot of VCEditor view, PNG format Screenshot of VCEditor view, PDF format (same as the main file) Load the JSON file into VCEditor for an editable version of the model. Use the IIIF Manifest (link in this record) to map images onto the diagram in VCEditor. Link to sharable URL (not permanent):
Recommended citation