Granadan Crusade
Part of Reconquista
The Surrender of Granada by John Williamson (c. 1789)
 
Date 1438–1447 (9 years)
Prelude to war The ongoing religious conquest of southern Iberia by the Spanish kingdoms received the support of the Catholic monarchs of Europe to finally oust the Muslims from Granada.
Location Southern Iberia
Result
  • Creation of the crusader states of Murcia and Cordova
  • Control of the Granadan coast given to Castile
Territorial changes The last vestiges of Islamic control of Iberia are assumed by the Catholic powers. In Morocco, the Marinids lose control over the Strait of Sayatah
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    Granadan Crusade

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    Granadan Crusade
    Part of the Reconquista
    The Surrender of Granada by John Williamson (c. 1789)
     
    Date 1438–1447 (9 years)
    Prelude to war The ongoing Reconquista of southern Iberia by the Spanish kingdoms received the support of the Catholic monarchs of Europe to finally oust the Muslims from Granada.
    Location Southern Iberia
    Result
    • Creation of the crusader states of Murcia and Cordova
    • Control of the Granadan coast given to Castile
    Territorial changes Nearly all of the old Crusader states' territories are reclaimed. Nearly all of the Eastern Roman Empire's territories controlled before the Venetian Sack of Constantinople are returned to the empire. Circassian Mamluk influence is reduced to the coastline of Medina towards Aden.
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