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History of Ubeda
Origin and first settlements
Úbeda has a legendary origin, which says that it was founded by Tubal, who was a descendant of Noah.
According to the remains found, the first settlements were in Prehistory, between 3,000 and 2,000 B.C. Different communities lived in the place that today occupies the Alcazar neighborhood. They have been found: ceramic vessels, punches, sickles, and other tools.
The Greeks and the Carthaginians also passed through here to trade. Under the Roman Empire the city would be known as Bétula (Baetula).
In addition, it must be said that remains from the late Roman and Visigothic periods have also been found. So it is quite clear that here there was a small nucleus of population dependent on the Roman colony of Salaria.
The Middle Ages
Úbeda acquired its true entity as an important population center in Arab times.
Because despite the existence of population centers in the area, it was Abderraman II (822-852) who founded it. And then he called it Medinat-Ubbadat Al-Arab (Úbeda of the Arabs). Thanks to its craftsmanship, livestock and agriculture, it became one of the most important cities in Al-Andalus.
Later the city would be reconquered in 1233 by King Ferdinand III “the Saint”. Although there was a previous attempt in the famous Battle of Navas de Tolosa.
The capture of Úbeda gave way to the coexistence of the three cultures (Arab, Jewish and Christian). At this time, Úbeda also saw its jurisdictional scope enlarged.