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The Christian (blank) had achieved all but final victory by 1236, with only Granada still in Muslim hands.
The three major Christian kingdoms that emerged from the Christian offensive were
Portugal, Castile (including Leon), and Aragon (including Catalonia and Valencia)
Alfonso X of Castile issued a code of law known as this, which was thoroughly imbued with the spirit of Roman law and presented the king as the source of all justice.
By the end of the twelfth century, the kings were frequently calling representative assemblies, called this, which were the most powerful representative assemblies in Europe during the thirteenth century.
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