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According to The Columbia Encyclopedia, the 16th century saw the widespread persecution of the Moors in Spain, followed by a Moorish revolt and extermination of the Moors during the Inquisition. The Moors had largely lost the power they had in Europe by 1492. By 1609, any remaining Moors were expelled.

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Best Answer: The 16th century, that's after the year 1500. I assume you know that the Moors were defeated in Granada in 1492, which was the last city they used to possess. During the 16ht century, the Moors were living in Spain but hiding their identity. Just like the Moreno Jews. They went up in arms ...

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What were the Moors doing in Europe in the 16th century? SAVE CANCEL. already exists. Would you like to merge this question into it? ... They migrated to Europe, and were forced to hide their ...

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As for what the moors were doing in 16th century Europe, they were mostly leaving. An odd fact--the last Moorish stronghold in Spain fell in 1492. Weird. Anyway, the way to beat the Internet is to get a feel for the right words and doing a keyword search. I'd start with moors europe, and if that's too broad, add the century.

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What were the Moors doing in Europe in the 16th century? They lost their land and weren't in rule of any country. They migrated to Europe, and were forced to hide their religious identities ...

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Before the Advent of the Black Moors of Africa who ruled parts of Spain for 700 years there was Medieval Europe a classic rat hole. Until the Blacks came in from Africa and cleaned it up. In this installment, we present to our readers an article from Pravda describing all that had been achieved in ...

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The Moors by: Dayenara, Shari, Trin, Anthony and Bao Who Are They? -Referred to as the medieval muslims -Came from northwest Africa -Mixed Berber and Arab -They had inhabited Spain, Portugal, part of France, and Italy -Black people back then in Europe were known as the “Moorish

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I had no peer, if to myself I were true; Because I am not so, divers times do I rue. Yet I lack nothing, I have all things at will; If I were wise, and would hold myself still, And meddle with no matters not to me pertaining, But ever to be true to God and my king. The passage below describes the Moors.

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Moor: Moor, in English usage, a Moroccan or, formerly, a member of the Muslim population of what is now Spain and Portugal. Of mixed Arab, Spanish, and Amazigh (Berber) origins, the Moors created the Arab Andalusian civilization and subsequently settled as refugees in North Africa between the 11th and 17th centuries.