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Abd Al-Aziz ibn Musa d. 717

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Clan Banu Umayyah
Sexe masculin
Identité complète Abd Al-Aziz ibn Musa
Autres prénoms Al-Aziz
Parents

Musa Ibn Nusair [Bani Umayyah] n. 632 d. 716

Umm Bint Marwan (Bani Umayyah) [Bani Umayyah] n. 648

Wiki-page wikipedia:Abd_al-Aziz_ibn_Musa
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Évènements

mariage: Egilona ? (Egitania) [-]

domicile: Córdoba (Andalusia), Musa's son, Abdelaziz, was left in command; he had had fighting enough, settled in Córdoba, and is said to have married the widow of Roderic, thus repeating the story of the Goth Ataulf and the fair Placidia. Musa found no welcome at Damascus; he was disgraced and punished; nor did Abdelaziz long maintain his court at Córdoba; suspected of aiming at independence of the caliph, he was assassinated.

vers 710 naissance enfant: 'A'isha Bint 'Abd al-'Aziz ibn Musa ben Nuseir el-Bekir [Banu Umayyah] n. vers 710

5 avril 713 témoin: Treaty of Tudmir

717 décès: Seville, Spain, assasinated by Ziyad ibn Udhra, one of his fighters, who murdered him whilst he was praying in a mosque in Seville (formerly Church of Santa Rufina).

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Notes et références

  1. Hughes, Thomas Patrick. A Dictionary of Islam. (Clifton, NJ: Reference Book Publishers, 1965), 29. -
  2. Ibn Abd al-Hakam, Kitab Futuh Misr wa'l Maghrib wa'l Andalus. "The Mohammedan conquest of Egypt and North Africa in the Years 643-705 A.D. - Ibn Abd al-Hakam, Kitab Futuh Misr wa'l Maghrib wa'l Andalus. English translation by Torrey of portion of this 9th century work covering the period: "The Mohammedan conquest of Egypt and North Africa in the Years 643-705 A.D., translated from the Original Arabic of Ibn 'Abd-el Hakem'", Biblical and Semitic Studies vol. 1 (1901), 279-330 (covers North Africa only, not Spain). Critical Arabic edition of the whole work published by Torrey, Yale University Press, 1932. Spanish translation by Eliseo Vidal Beltran of the North African and Spanish parts of Torrey's Arabic text: "Conquista de Africa del Norte y de Espana", Textos Medievales #17, Valencia, 1966
  3. "Conquista de Africa del Norte y de Espana", Textos Medievales #17, Valencia, 1966 -
  4. Provencal, Levi. Encyclopedia of Islam New Edition Vol. 1 A-B. (Leiden, the Netherlands: E.J. Brill, 1960), 58. - Married Egilona

des grands-parents aux petits-enfants

Grands-parents
Marwan Ier ? (Banu Umayyah)
naissance: 28 mars 623
titre ou distinction: 684 - 685, calife omeyyade
décès: 7 mai 685
Grands-parents
Parents
Musa Ibn Nusair
naissance: 632
décès: 716
Abd Al Malik ? (Banu Umayyah)
naissance: 645, La Mecque
titre ou distinction: 685 - 705, calife omeyyade
décès: 9 octobre 705
Parents
 
== 3 ==
Uthman De Cordoba (Ibn Abu-Musa)
naissance: 675, Cairo, Egypt
autre événement: Battle of Covadonga
décès: 731, Cordoba, Moorish Caliphate of Spain
Egilona ? (Egitania)
mariage: w Roderick Baetica (de Goth)
nombre de mariages: 717, Spain - Marriage to Abd Al-Aziz ibn Musa
Abd Al-Aziz ibn Musa
mariage: Egilona ? (Egitania)
domicile: Córdoba (Andalusia), Musa's son, Abdelaziz, was left in command; he had had fighting enough, settled in Córdoba, and is said to have married the widow of Roderic, thus repeating the story of the Goth Ataulf and the fair Placidia. Musa found no welcome at Damascus; he was disgraced and punished; nor did Abdelaziz long maintain his court at Córdoba; suspected of aiming at independence of the caliph, he was assassinated.
témoin: 5 avril 713, Treaty of Tudmir
décès: 717, Seville, Spain, assasinated by Ziyad ibn Udhra, one of his fighters, who murdered him whilst he was praying in a mosque in Seville (formerly Church of Santa Rufina).
== 3 ==
Enfant(s)
Enfant(s)
Petits-enfants
Musa ibn Fortun de Zaragoza
naissance: avant 740
décès: 801
Petits-enfants

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