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and approved in the Assembly of Ronda (a 1918 gathering of Andalusian nationalists at Ronda).
The green symbolizes hope and union, and the white symbolizes peace and dialogue.
Blas Infante considered these to have been the colors most used in regional symbols throughout the region's history.
In the Estoria de España (also known as the Primera Crónica General) of Alfonso X of Castile, written in the second half of the 13th century, the term Andalucía is used with three different meanings: due, above all, to its emblematic character as the last territory regained, and as the seat of the important Real Chancillería de Granada, a court of last resort. It is the most populated and the second largest in area of the autonomous communities in the country.The Andalusian autonomous community is officially recognised as "historical nationality".The name was adopted to refer to those territories still under Moorish rule, and generally south of Castilla Nueva and Valencia, and corresponding with the former Roman province hitherto called Baetica in Latin sources.
This was a Castilianization of Al-Andalusiya, the adjectival form of the Arabic language al-Andalus, the name given by the Arabs to all of the Iberian territories under Muslim rule from 711 to 1492.
The music was inspired by Santo Dios, a popular religious song sung at harvest time by peasants and day laborers in the provinces of Málaga, Seville, and Huelva.