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From: "Boulus ad-Darwin" <darwin+>
Subject: Re: From Muhammad the Prophet to Idris I of Morocco
Date: Tue, 12 Oct 2004 00:14:29 +0100
On Sun, 10 Oct 2004 06:16:23 -0300 (ART), Francisco Antonio Doria
> The documentary evidence comes from this individual
> which I've identified as the lord of Maia himself,
> Nazeron ibn Leodesindo ibn Firhi.
I checked the "Anales de Córdoba" available online at
http://www.webislam.com/, a curious colection of small chronics from the
Caliphate times, but unfortunately there's not any reference to the
arrival of the deposed "al Hajjam" in Cordoba, probably because it was a
low profile event, or they didn't used to write bad things often.
Curiously one of the most famous chronists of the time was Ibn Hajjam (or
I' suppose the word means "Holy" or something like that (as in Hajji),
probably the nickname of the king.
I wonder how you got to the "Abeth" person, which possibly means Obaid or
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