Maghrawa in a sentence
1. and the trans-Saharan routes were taken over by the Zenata Maghrawa of Sijilmassa.
2. The caliph helped the Maghrawa Berbers conquer Melilla (927), Ceuta (931) and Tangiers (951), which accepted his suzerainty.
3. After Miknasa broke off relations with the Fatimids in 932, they were removed from power by the Maghrawa of Sijilmasa in 980.
4. He helped the Maghrawa Berbers overrun Melilla in 927, Ceuta in 931, and Tangier in 949.
5. The city was founded in 994 by Ziri ibn Atiyya, Berber chief of the Zenata Maghrawa tribe.
6. Awlad Mandil or Banu Madil were a family of the Maghrawa that ruled several regions in North Africa from c. 1160 to 1372.
7. The Banu Khazrun was a family of the Maghrawa that ruled Tripoli from 1001 to 1146.
8. That same year, Abu Bakr recaptured Sijilmassa from the Maghrawa of the Zenata confederation.
9. The trans-Saharan routes were taken over by the Zenata Maghrawa of Sijilmassa.
10. Chaoui clans known by Ibn Khaldoun were the Ifren, Maghrawa, Djerawa, Abdalwadides, Howara and Awarba.
11. The Maghrawa ask for the help of the Umayyads of Cordoba to take back their territory and their cities.
12. Buluggin molested the Maghrawa, the Hawwaras (branch of the Branis), the Nefzawas (branch of the Zenatas) and the Mazata.
13. The Maghrawa descend from the branch of Madghis (Medghassen).
14. The Maghrawa are the brothers of the Banu Ifran and the Irnyan.
15. We will say also say Maghrawa in literary Arabic from the point of view of the historian of the Maghreb, Ibn Khaldun.
16. The Maghrawa were very numerous in the surroundings of Icosium (Algiers) and Ptolemy of Mauritania must have contained them.
17. Ptolemy will transfer a part of the Maghrawa towards the Chlef region.
18. The confederation of Maghrawa actively participated in the various events of ancient life.
19. Both nomadic and sedentary, the Maghrawa lived under the command of Maghrawa chiefs or Zenata.
20. Algiers has been the territory of the Maghrawa since ancient times.
21. The name Maghrawa will be transcribed into Greek by historians.
22. In 1054 the Maghrawa-ruled Sijilmasa was conquered.
23. The city was in the territory of the Maghrawa tribe.
24. After the 10th century, it passed in succession under Fatimid, Sanhaja, Maghrawa, Almoravid, Almohad, and Ziyanid control.
25. Sometime in the period 1038-1040 the Maghrawa tribe retook Fez, forcing Tamīm to flee to Salé.
26. In 1054 (or 1055), Yahya led his desert Sanhaja armies against Sijilmassa, defeated the Maghrawa lord and captured the city.
27. The Miknasa were driven out of Fez in 980 by the Maghrawa, their fellow Zenata, allies of the Caliphate of Córdoba.
28. Back in Tlemcen, he allied himself with the Maghrawa and had to confront the expansionist aims of the Idrisides.
29. Idris I negotiated the surrender of Tlemcen with the Maghrawa.
30. When Abu Bakr ibn Umar led the capture of the Sijilmasa oases from the Maghrawa, they occupied the northern point.
- the Red Sea
- Banu Hilal
- the Nile Valley
- Qalaa of Banu Hammad
- a few decades ago
- the second half of the 12th century
- the 13th century
- the early 16th century
- Mers el Kebir
- three centuries
- Hayreddin Barbarossa
- Abu Hamo Musa III
- Bani Ziyad