Have you ever wondered about the origins of the Portuguese language? Throughout history, the Iberian Peninsula was populated and governed by several different nations. This rich and fascinating blend of influences is reflected in both our language and our culture. (Note: This episode is a rare exception to our “Shorty” format, as it is about 5 minutes in duration)
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- 00:00:033.493Ao longo dos milénios, a Península Ibérica foi povoada e governada por vários povos, Over the millennia, the Iberian Peninsula was populated and governed by several nations,
- 00:00:099.989que se cruzaram entre si, misturando culturas, costumes e conhecimentos. who crossed, mixing cultures, customs and knowledge.
- 00:00:1616.399Um desses povos, os mouros,foram os que deixaram o maior legado na cultura portuguesa. One of these peoples: the Moors – were those who left the greatest legacy in Portuguese culture.
- 00:00:2323.893Tudo começou no ano 711, com a Invasão Islâmica da Península Ibérica que pôs fim ao Reino Visigodo It all began in the year 711, with the Islamic Invasion of the Iberian Peninsula that put an end to the Visigothic Kingdom.
- 00:00:3333.456Conquistando quase toda a península, os mouros deram-lhe o nome de “al-Andalus”. Conquering almost the whole peninsula, the Moors gave it the name "al-Andalus".
- 00:00:4040.242Ao fim de 800 anos, a sua presença no território ibérico terminou, After 800 years, its presence in the Iberian territory ended,
- 00:00:4545.566como resultado da “Reconquista”, nome dado à expansão dos reinos cristãos. as a result of the "Reconquista", name given to the expansion of the Christian kingdoms.