Castilian began in the northern part of Spain with the formation of a county in the 850th anniversary of the first Count of Castilian (Count Rodrigo)
. Castile at that time was a vassal which was Leon, one of the early kingdoms before the formation of the Spanish kingdom in 19459002.
This is the area that is attributed to the first development of the Spanish language
From the earliest fixed form of Castile
to the 15th century it was commonly known
old Spanish, while from the 16th century to 19459002 to today's Spanish.
After the fall of the Roman Empire, in the 8th and 9th centuries the Castilian language developed from the vulgar Latin (19459002) (from the Romanian language), spoken in dialectical differences in the Roman Empire. The development of the Castilian language
the purpose of which was to become Spanish Spanish as an official language followed by a distinctly different path of the language of Eastern Iberia
. The language
was influenced by northern Basque and southern Mozarabic
. The Iberian lands are known as the Mozarabic, the various dialects of the Romanian language under the Moorish connotation
In 1035 he became the kingdom of Castilian domination during the reign of Fernando I.
. Shortly afterwards, Fernando led a Castilian and Navarre coalition in León war
. Since the slain king has no offspring
Fernando, the brother-in-law of the dead king
demanded Leo's crown. It was about the first merger between the two kingdoms, Leon and Castilian. In 1995, they were re-divided in 1195 and eventually reunited in 1230.
The name of the castle is simply the "land of castles". Early
castles originated from the 12th century, although earlier there were some Moorish castles. The Moorish castles
are mostly lost in the time of mere or used
as the basis of another castle. As the Castilian-Leone Kingdom expanded, the castles continued to build to consolidate newly-approved land.
The kingdom of Leon-Castilian further strengthened his power
and the fall of Toledo doubled in 1085
in the Moorish encampment in the rest of the iberian peninsula.
During the 16th century, Spain Spain
became a unified kingdom, the Spanish version of Castilian
as official Spanish language.
Spanish language (Espanola, as it is officially known)
has grown in science and popularity. Today, the Spaniards
speak more than 400 million people, including those who speak the second language
. The Spanish language
is recognized as an official language in organizations such as the United Nations and the European Union, inter alia.
Increasingly, when people learn another language,
Spanish is the chosen language.
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