Objects & Places from The Poem of the Cid: Dual Language Edition

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Vivar

This is the main character's home village, and the village from which he is banished.

The Church of Santa María

This is where the main character stops to pray.

Moors

These characters are non-Christians who settled in parts of Spain.

Christians

These characters are Spaniards who worshiped God as incarnated in Jesus.

San Pedro de Cardeña

This is where the main character plans to meet his family.

Castejón de Henares

This is where the main character waits in ambush for the Moors.

El Poyo de Mio Cid - Hill of the Cid

This is where the main character is encamped for fifteen weeks.

Wood of Tévar

This is where the main character reunites with another character.

Colada

This is valued at more than one thousand silver marks, and is later given as a wedding gift.

Tizón

This is another wedding gift.

Forest of Corpes

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