Almohade

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Almohade

(ˈælməˌheɪd; -ˌheɪdiː) or

Almohad

n, pl -hades or -hads
(Islam) a member of a group of puritanical Muslims, originally Berbers, who arose in S Morocco in the 12th century as a reaction against the corrupt Almoravides and who ruled Spain and all Maghrib from about 1147 to after 1213
[from Arabic al-muwahhid]
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References in classic literature ?
Look here, fool and dolt (for so I may call you, when you don't understand my words, and run away from good fortune), if I had said that my daughter was to throw herself down from a tower, or go roaming the world, as the Infanta Dona Urraca wanted to do, you would be right in not giving way to my will; but if in an instant, in less than the twinkling of an eye, I put the 'Don' and 'my lady' on her back, and take her out of the stubble, and place her under a canopy, on a dais, and on a couch, with more velvet cushions than all the Almohades of Morocco ever had in their family, why won't you consent and fall in with my wishes?"
Buresi, "La chancellerie almohade," in Los Almohades: Problemas y perspectivas, ed.
Por otro lado, tambien ha sido posible determinar el momento preciso de construccion del castillo de Burgalimar, a partir de la estratigrafia y de las muestras de C14, en epoca almohade (6), concretamente entre el 1120 y 1230.
Apres avoir fait observer que cette premiere mission diplomatique avait pour objectif de prendre contact avec la cour du Sultan Mohamed Ennassir, quatrieme Sultan de la dynastie Almohade et que le roi John esperait, a travers elle, gagner le soutien almohade pour l'Angleterre dans les conflits qui l'opposaient a ses adversaires europeens, le communique releve qu'a present "il est reconnu que cette mission a constitue le point de depart d'une relation qui s'est fortement developpee au cours des siecles".