Roman-Moorish kingdoms
Mauretania was part of Ancient Libya during antiquity, situated west of Numidia. It corresponded to the Mediterranean coast of what is today Morocco, western Algeria and Spanish cities of Ceuta and Melilla.
Mauretania was an independent tribal kingdom from about the 3rd century BC. It became a client of the Roman empire in 33 BC, and a full province after the death of Ptolemy of Mauretania in AD 40. Mauretania fell to the Vandal conquest in the 430s, but was reconquered by the Eastern Empire in 533. The province was finally lost to the Muslim conquest of the Maghreb in 698.

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Mauretania existed as a tribal kingdom of the Mauri people on the Mediterranean coast of north Africa, from at least the 3rd century BC. The Mediterranean coast of ...
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The Roman Empire and Its Germanic Peoples
The Roman Empire and Its Germanic Peoples
Herwig Wolfram, 1997
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Guy Halsall, 2007
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The Story of the Moors in Spain
The Story of the Moors in Spain
Stanley Lane-Poole, Arthur Gilman, 2010
The Story of the Moors in Spain is a history of the Moorish Empire in Andalusia, chronicling the rise and fall of the Islamic empire, and with it the stymie of a "civilized and enlightened State.
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Fabled Shore: From the Pyrenees to Portugal
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Rose Macaulay, 2011
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Unmistakably Black: Sculpture and Mosaics of Moors From Roman North Africa
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According to Ivan Van Sertima, 11 African kings ruled Spain for 157 years, before the Muslim invasion of Spain in 711AD. Around 1070 BC, there was a great drought which caused many deaths in Spain.
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While this trip was bubbling up in the back of our minds for quite some time, it did not become a reality until early October. Consequently, there was some scrambling done and my various posts on this forum bear witness to that! Who: our family of four: mom, dad and two adult sons in their 20’s Why: we discussed a Christmas trip last year and the boys asked to go back to Rome; one wanted to stay away from warm or hot weather as he lives in Texas; the other wanted to get away from the deep freeze of Chicago. Rome was a good compromise with temps supposed to be in the 50’s. We hadn’t been there in a few years and that was that. We looked at this as a family finale for now as we are getting ready to retire, neither son is married at this point and jobs could move either of them at any time. How: We flew on United, different days depending on vacation and work schedules, and managed to converge within 36 hours of each other; Taxis’ from the airport were the easiest way Posted in the Europe forum
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