THE ALMORAVIDS

• (MARRAKECH, 1061-1147
• Yu-suf Ibn Ta-shufi-n 1061-1107
• 'Ali- Ibn Yu-suf 1107-1143
• Ta-shufi-n Ibn 'Ali- 1143-1145
• Ibra-hi-m Ibn Ta-shufi-n 1145
• Isha-q Ibn 'Ali- 1145-1147

Historical Dictionary of the Berbers (Imazighen) . . 2014.

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