Abu-l-Hasan al-Tamgruti
Abu-l-Hasan Ali ibn Mohammed al-Tamgruti (born in Tamegroute ca. 1560, died in 1594/5) was a Moroccan author, ambassador, fqih and one of the most important officials of the Saadian court during the ...
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Abd al-Aziz al-Fishtali
Abu Faris Abd al-Aziz al-Sinhaji al-Fishtali (1549–1621) was the secretary of state for correspondence and leading poet from Ahmad al-Mansur's court. He wrote 69 poems, numbering 1016 verses. The one ...
Ahmed al-Mandjur
Abul-Abbas Ahmad ibn Ali al-Mandjur al-Miknasi al-Fasi (1520–1587, born and died in Fes) was a Moroccan scholar of theology and law and a prominent teacher at the Qarawiyyin University. He is known to...
Al-Masfiwi
Al-Masfiwi was a poet in the time of Ahmad al-Mansur. The surviving poetry of al-Masfiwi can be found in Manahil al-Safa, as well as in Kitab al-Istiqsa li-akhbar duwal al-Maghrib al-Aqsa by the nine...