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Fat·i·mid (făt′ə-mĭd′) also Fat·i·mite (-mīt′)
A Muslim dynasty that ruled North Africa and parts of Egypt (909-1171).
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Noted in history that the celebration was found during the reign of Wazir al-Afdlal (487-515 AH/1095-1121 CE) of the Fatimite
regime in Egypt.
Client Name : Ministry of Health, Secretariat of the Specialized Medical Centers, Cairo Fatimite
Hospital, The Cashier
Canard, "Le ceremonie fatimite
et le ceremonie byzantin", Byzantion, xxi (1951), pp.