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One day in the Moslem year 756, or 1355 A.D. , a well known Moroccan theologian began to dictate his memoirs. Better known as Ibn Battuta, he was fifty-one, a scholar and a well respected judge, but principally known as … Continue reading
Over six centuries ago, the Islamic world saw itself as the unquestioned pinnacle of civilization. What was it really like? The answer is in the diaries of one Ibn Battuta. One day in the Moslem year 756, 1355 in our … Continue reading