Ibn Abd-el-Hakem's History of the conquest of Spain, ed. [with text and] tr. by J.H. Jones

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Page 76 - Maçmouda leurs voisins , ils sont devenus eux-mêmes Berbers. Revenons maintenant à Oran (Wahrân) : nous disons que cette ville est distante de Tenès de 2 journées de navigation , c'est-à-dire , de 204 milles. De Tenès à Brechk , on compte , en suivant la côte...
Page 19 - ... them closely. After that Tarik went to Ilyan who was in Septa on the straits. The latter rejoicing at his coming, said, I will bring thee to Andalus. But there was a mountain called the mountain of Tarik between the two landing places, that is, between Septa and Andalus. When the evening came, Ilyan brought him the vessels, in which he made him embark for that landing-place, where he concealed himself during the day, and in the evening sent back the vessels to bring over the rest of his companions....
Page 64 - Berber of mixed blood." event in the year 99, others in the year 98*), but the greatest number in the year 97. If then we believe with the best authorities, that Musa was present when the head of...
Page 64 - El-Homaydi and other ancient historians calls him Musa Ibn Nosseyr a freedman of the tribe of Lakhm. Some go so far as to say he was a Berber of mixed blood." event in the year 99, others in the year 98*), but the greatest number in the year 97. If then we believe with the best authorities, that Musa...

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