”At his accession the Portuguese people was far from homogeneous; it would be long before its component races “Moors and Mozarabs of the south, Galicians of the north, Jews and foreign crusaders” could be fused into one nationality. There were also urgent economic problems to be solved. The Moors had made Alentejo the granary of Portugal, but war had undone their work, and large tracts of land were now barren and depopulated.”

Aqui e em todo o lado.