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Sep 30, 2009 ... "Those whom forget the past, are doomed to repeat it". I dont know what books most of yall been readin about the moors... but according to ...
Almohad Caliphate
The Almohad Caliphate (Berber: Imweḥḥden, from Arabic الموحدون al-Muwaḥḥidun, "the monotheists" or "the unifiers") was a Moroccan Berber Muslim movement founded in the 12th century.The Almohad movemen...
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Abu al-Abbas al-Jarawi
Abu al-Abbas Ahmad Ibn Abd as-Salam al-Jarawi (1133-1212) was the official poet of the Almohad dynasty. He published his poems in a diwan. Ibn Idhari quotes 300 lines by Al-Jarawi in his Al-Bayan al-M...
Torre de la Plata
The Torre de la Plata (Spanish: "Tower of Silver") is an octagonal military tower of the Almohad dynasty in Al-Andalus, in present day Seville, southern Spain.
The tower dates from the thirteenth...
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Al-Suhayli
Sidi Abu al-Qasim Abd al-Rahman b. Abd Allah al-Suhayli (1114 – 1185), was born in Al-Andalus, Fuengirola (formerly called Suhayl) and died in Marrakesh. He is one of the seven saints of that c...
Mohammed al-Baydhaq
Mohammed abu Bakr ibn Ali al Sanhaji al Baydhaq (died after 1164) was a companion of Ibn Tumart and chronicler of the Almohads. Al Baydhaq (meaning pawn) was his nickname, because he was small in sta...
Morgan Beatus
The Morgan Beatus (New York, Pierpont Morgan Library, MS 644) is an illuminated manuscript with miniatures by the artist Magius of the Commentary on the Book of the Apocalypse by the eighth-century Sp...
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Ibn Battuta
Ibn Baṭūṭah (Arabic: أبو عبد الله محمد بن عبد الله اللواتي الطنجي بن بطوطة‎, ʾAbū ʿAbd al-Lāh Muḥammad ibn ʿAbd al-Lāh l-Lawātī ṭ-Ṭanǧī ibn Baṭūṭah), or simply Ibn Battuta (ابن بطوطة) (Febr...
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Bab Ksiba
Bab Ksiba (Arabic: باب القصيبة‎, Bāb al-Quṣayyabah) is one of the nineteen gates of Marrakech, Morocco. It was built in the 12th century in the time of the Almohad dynasty.The name Ksiba, (p...
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Muhammad al-Nasir
Muhammad al-Nasir (الناصر لدين الله محمد بن المنصور, an-Nāṣir li-dīn Allah Muḥammad ibn al-Manṣūr, died 1213) was the fourth Almohad caliph from 1199 until his death.On January 25, 1199, al-Nasir’s fa...
Taifa of Saltés and Huelva
The Taifa of Saltés and Huelva was a medieval taifa kingdom that existed in southern Iberia from around 1012 to 1051. From 1051 until 1091 it was under the forcible control of Seville, by Abbad II al...
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Kasbah of the Udayas
6°50′09.95″W / 34.0318083°N 6.8360972°W / 34.0318083; -6.8360972The Kasbah of the Udayas is a kasbah in Rabat, Morocco at the mouth of the Bou Regreg river opposite Salé. It w...
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The People of Monotheism
The People of Monotheism can mean:
Abu Shuayb
Abu Shuayb Ayub Ibn Said Erredad al-Sanhaji Assariya (French transliteration Abou Chouaib) (died 1176-7) is the patron saint of Azemmour, Morocco. His mausoleum in Azemmour was built on the order of M...
Macrinus
Macrinus (Latin: Marcus Opellius Severus Macrinus Augustus; ca. 165 – June 218), was Roman Emperor from 217 to 218. Macrinus' origin was Mauretanian, probably of mixed extraction with Punic or Pun...
Ibn Jubayr
Ibn Jubayr (1 September 1145 –1217; Arabic: ابن جبير‎ ) was a geographer, traveler and poet from al-Andalus. His travel chronicle describes the pilgrimage he made to Mecca from 1183 to 1185...
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Koutoubia Mosque
The Koutoubia Mosque or Kutubiyya Mosque (Arabic: جامع الكتبية‎ [jaːmiʕu‿lkutubijːa(h)]) is the largest mosque in Marrakesh, Morocco. The mosque is also known by several other names, such as...
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Anbasa ibn Suhaym Al-Kalbi
Anbasa ibn Suhaym al-Kalbi (Arabic: عنبسة بن سحيم الكلبي) was the Muslim wali (governor) of al-Andalus, also known as Moorish Hispania, from 721 to 726 CE.Immediately after his appointment, Anbasa dou...
Abd al-Mu'min
Abd al-Mu'min (1094–1163) also known as Abdelmoumen El Goumi (Arabic: ‏عبد المؤمن بن علي ʿAbd al-Muʾmin bin ʿAlī or عبد المومن الــكـومي ʿAbd al-Mūmin al-Kūmī/al-Gūmī‎, Tifinagh: ⵄⴰⴱⴷ ⵍⵎⵓⵎⵏ ...
Menara gardens
The Menara gardens are gardens located to the west of Marrakech, Morocco, at the gates of the Atlas mountains. They were built in the 12th century (c. 1130) by the Almohad ruler Abd al-Mu'min.The name...
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Idris al-Wathiq
Abu al-Ula al-Wathiq Idris (Arabic: أبو العلا أبو الدبوس الواثق بالله إدريس بن محمد بن أبي عبد الله محمد بن أبي حفص بن عبد المؤمن‎; died 1269) was an Almohad caliph who reigned in Marrak...
Conquest of Majorca
The Conquest of the island of Majorca on behalf of the Christian kingdoms was carried out by King James I of Aragon between 1229 and 1231. The pact to carry out the invasion, concluded between James I...
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Wattasid dynasty
The Wattassids (Berber: ⵉⵡⴻⵟⵟⴰⵙⴻⵏ, Iweṭṭasen, Arabic: الوطاسيون, al-waṭṭāsīyūn) were a ruling dynasty of Morocco.Like the Marinids, they were of Zenata Berber descent. The two families were related, a...
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Couscous
Couscous (/ˈkʊskʊs/ or /ˈkuːskuːs/; Berber: ⵙⴽⵙⵓ, seksu, Arabic: كسكس, kuskus or كسكسو kseksou) is a traditional Berber dish of semolina (granules of durum wheat) which is cooked by steaming. It is tr...
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Yusuf II, Almohad caliph
Abu Yaqub Yusuf 'al-Mustansir' (also known as Yusuf II, c.1203–1224) (Arabic: يوسف بن الناصر‎ Yūsuf bin an-Nāṣir) was Caliph of Morocco from 1213 until his death. Son of the previous caliph,...
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History of Islam in southern Italy
The history of Islam in southern Italy began with the first Muslim settlement in Sicily, at Mazara, which was occupied in 827. The subsequent rule of Sicily and Malta started in the 10th century. Isla...
History of Islam in southern Italy - Wikipedia
Hammadid
The Hammadids were a Sanhaja Berber dynasty who ruled an area roughly corresponding to north-eastern modern Algeria for about a century and a half (1008–1152), until they were destroyed by the Almohad...
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