Al-Mansur


Al-Mansur
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Al-Mansour (Al-Mansur, Al-Mansûr ou Al-Manzor) (en arabe : manṣūr, منصور « vainqueur »), est un surnom honorifique (laqab) donné à plusieurs souverains de dynasties musulmanes.

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