Abu Yusuf Yaqub Al-Mansur
Abû Yûsuf Ya' qûb Al-Mansûr (أبويوسفالمنصوريعقوببنيوسف abū yūsuf ya `qūb Al-manṣūr ya `qūb Ben yūsuf) was a Moroccan emir with the XIIe century. Born with an unknown date, it succeeded his father like Caliph Almohade in 1184. He died in 1199.
It is under its reign that Averroès lived.
It had for Vizier:
- Abû Muhammad `Abd Al-Wâhid Ben Abî Hafs (1184-1195) (أبومحمدعبدالواحدبنأبيحفص abū muḥammad `abd Al-wāḥid Ben abī ḥafṣ)
MonumentsAbû Yûsuf Ya' qûb supported the scientists while making build schools and mosques (in particular the Mosquée with apples of Gold to Marrakech). It founded the town of Rabat.
- Charles-Andre Julien, History of, origin North Africa with 1830 , original edition 1931, Payot republication, Paris, 1994.
|Random links:||Jacobitism | Mansonella | Dean Conant Worcester | Pa (Burkina) | Durban July | Parc_national_de_fleuve_de_Jardine|