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Archaeology sheds light on the persistence of Muslim cuisine after the Catholic conquest of Granada

By Aleks Pluskowski, Associate Professor in Medieval Archaeology, University of Reading
Guillermo García-Contreras Ruiz, Profesor de Arqueología Medieval y Posmedieval, Universidad de Granada
Marcos García García, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of York
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Practicing Islam was banned in Spain after the Catholic conquest but recent discoveries prove that Muslims continued eating traditions in secret.

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