The collapse of the caliphate of Cordoba can be explained as the result of “a crisis of political legitimacy.” Explore

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The end of caliphate began shortly after the death of al-Hakam II. His successor, Hisham II was ill-equipped to be caliph, and his actions led him to make political decisions that promoted a shift of power from one person to the advisers. Therefore, the title of caliph lacked influence or power respectively. The decisions made by caliph led to the caliphate crumbling and development of various dependent taifas…

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