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The influence of King Alfonso X of Castile (reg. 1252–1284) has been so wide that modern historians have stressed Alfonso's foundational role as a 'father' of many Castilian cultural institutions and areas of writing, including prose literature, science, the legal code, and vernacular historiography. This paper argues that the modern focus on Alfonso's foundational, 'fatherly' role, while logical in the context of modern literary historiography, is at odds with Alfonso's own medieval view ofdoi:10.13130/interfaces-4935 fatcat:wiim6voz7ba7jnsfezl25jlnbm