Saqaliba – Slavs in the Arab World, Part 3 (Slavs in Muslim Spain,part 1)

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  1. Stefan Ilic says:

    Good articles, keep up the work. I am writing a thesis on muslim history in Spain, so I was wondering, do you use some sources and literature in these articles and can you recommend or send some of them to me?

    • niklot says:

      Here you go 🙂

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