Abu l-Barakat

Abu l-Barakat (أبو البركات), né à Velefique (province d'Almería) en 1264, mort en 1372, est un poète et historien, auteur d'une Histoire de l'Almería qui n'est pas parvenue jusqu'à nos jours. Il fut le maître d'Ibn al-Khatib (ابن الخطيب).


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