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Fri Mar 21 17:11:50 2014 UTClccn-n821643900.08History's turning points0.661.00Ṭāriq ibn Ziyād : ḥayātuh, ẓuhūruh, nasabuh, khiṭatuh al-ʻaskarīyah wa-waqāʼiʻuhu fī al-Andalus wa-al-Maghrib /30894722n 82164390860279Ibn Ziyād, Ṭāriḳ, active 711Ibn Ziyād, Ṭāriq, active 711Ṭāriḳ ibn Ziyād, active 711Ṭāriq ibn Ziyād, fl. 711طارق ابن زيادطارق بن زيادطارق بن زياد، active 711طارق بن زياد، فل. 711lccn-n80046386زيدان، جرجي،1861-1914lccn-n89116311Ambrose Video Publishinglccn-n94803418Learning Channel (Firm)lccn-n80084868Lanning, Greglccn-n91100244Mūsá ibn Nuṣayr640-716?lccn-no97007565Transatlantic Filmslccn-n82024344Allen, Roger1942-lccn-n88186576Almāslccn-n81139545Rāhī, Aslamlccn-n82164396عويس، عبد الحليمṬāriq ibn Ziyādactive 711HistoryFictionBiographyDramaṬāriq ibn Ziyād,SpainMuslimsIslamic EmpireWorld historyCivil War (Rome : 43-31 B.C.)Rome (Empire)SoldiersActium, Battle of (31 B.C.)Mūsá ibn Nuṣayr,ConquerorsTurkey--Troy (Extinct city)TelevisionArabsMiddle EastMuḥammad ibn al-Qāsim,Qutaybah ibn Muslim,GeneralsIslamArabic fictionIslamic stories, MalayRoderick,--King of the Visigoths,711190319091919192219281932193919491959196019651966197019711975197619781985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199920012002200320042005200620072010201120124486095946.02PJ7876.A97221ocn023508914book19030.66Zaydān, JirjīFatḥ al-Andalus, aw, Ṭāriq ibn ZiyādHistoryFiction515ocn033965681visu19950.23The conquest of SpainHistoryWhen Tariq Ibn Ziyad landed in Gibralter with four hundred Berber warriors, he started off a chain of events which would, within a year, extend Arab influence throughtout the whole of the Iberian peninsula241ocn769114086book20100.88Zaydān, JirjīThe conquest of AndalusiaFiction"It is Christmas Day in the year 710 AD in Toledo, capital of Visigoth Spain. King Wittiza has been dethroned, and the impulsive and tyrannical Roderic has been installed as monarch of Spain with the help of the Catholic clergy. Even so, Bishop Oppas, the deposed king's brother, is to remain as the senior ecclesiastical figure in Spain during King Roderic's reign. The beautiful Florinda is the daughter of Count Julian, the governor of Sabta, a Christian enclave in Muslim North Africa. She is madly in love and engaged to the charismatic and courageous Alfonso, son of the deposed king. But she has been moved into King Roderic's palace where she is the target of the new king's lustful desires, even though he is married. And Alfonso has been kept as a retainer in the palace so that his comings and goings can be monitored. Will Florinda manage to thwart the lascivious advances of the depraved king? Will Alfonso be able to foil the king's designs? And how will Florinda's father, Count Julian, react when he learns of Roderic's evil plans towards his daughter? What role will Bishop Oppas play -- torn as he is between loyalty to Visigoth Spain and faithfulness to his values and his family? The fast-paced story, full of twists and turns, unfolds as the Muslim armies in North Africa are poised to cross the Straits of Gibraltar and gain their first European foothold in what came to be called the land of al-Andalus. The Conquest of Andalusia is also the story of the battle for Florinda's virtue and happiness ..."--Book Description231ocn056028929visu20020.16The battle of Actium The conquest of SpainHistory"The battle of Actium-31 BC: If the battle of Actium had been won by Cleopatra and Antony, there would have been no Roman Empire. Yet Octavius Caesar's victory in 31 BC created an absolute dictatorship that sparked one of the greatest imperial and cultural expansions the world has ever known."--Container232ocn027642869book19910.88AlmāsJalte safīneFictionHistorical novel, based on the conquest of Spain by T̤āriq ibn Ziyād and Mūsá ibn Nusayr, 7th century Muslim commanders; previously serialized in Nayā ruk̲h̲, a monthly digest from Karachi, Pakistan213ocn025411964book19910.92Rāhī, AslamT̤āriq bin ZiyādFictionHistorical novel, based on the life of T̤āriq ibn Ziyād, fl. 711, a noted Muslim general and conquerer of Spain202ocn020547675book19750.98Ṭāriq ibn Ziyād, fātiḥ al-AndalusBiography182ocn024175096book19900.98Ṣiddīqī, Muḥammad Ṣādiq ḤusainT̤āriq bin Ziyād : sher-i Andalus ke mujāhidānah kārnāmeHistoryFictionHistorical novel, based on the conquest of Spain by Tāriq ibn Ziyād, 7th century Muslim commander181ocn053943837visu20020.08History's turning pointsHistory"The conquest of Spain-711 BC: By the 8th century, the rise of the Muslim Empire spread Arab rule over the Middle East, Egypt, and North Africa. After appointing a Berber, Tariq, to invade Spain, the Arabs enslaved the Visigoth Kingdom. Seven centuries of their Moorish rule brought accomplishments in mathematics, architecture, and science."--Container171ocn023171244book19870.98ʻUways, ʻAbd al-ḤalīmQadīyat iḥrāq Ṭarīq ibn Ziyād lil-sufun bayna al-usṭūrah wa-al-tārīkhHistory172ocn024824622book19900.98Taskīn, QamarFātiḥ-i AndalusHistoryFictionHistorical novel based on the Muslim conquest of Spain, 8th century152ocn168733165book20070.98Abdul Latip TalibTariq menang ataupun syahidFiction131ocn061728129visu20020.14History's turning pointsHistoryThe battle of Actium-31 BC: If the battle of Actium had been won by Cleopatra and Antony, there would have been no Roman Empire. Yet Octavius Caesar's victory in 31 BC created an absolute dictatorship that sparked one of the greatest imperial and cultural expansions the world has ever known."--Container111ocn061070278book20040.96Shuʻayb, ḤusaynṬāriq ibn Ziyād : fātiḥ al-AndalusHistoryBiography113ocn031677963book19920.95Šalabī, MaḥmūdḤayāt Ṭāriq ibn Ziyād : fātiḥ al-AndalusHistoryBiography81ocn020992171book19881.00Muḥammad, Sawādī ʻAbdṬāriq ibn Ziyād : ḥayātuh, ẓuhūruh, nasabuh, khiṭatuh al-ʻaskarīyah wa-waqāʼiʻuhu fī al-Andalus wa-al-MaghribBiography71ocn034924793visu19950.24The Battle of Actium, 31 B.C ; The Conquest of Spain, 711 A.DHistoryConquest of Spain : When Tariq Ibn Ziyad landed in Gibralter with four hundred Berber warriors, he started off a chain of events which would, within a year, extend Arab influence throughtout the whole of the Iberian peninsula72ocn222719606book19190.97Abdülhak HâmitṬāriḳDrama61ocn029702453book19891.00Ṣābir, ʻAbd al-WāsiʻDa Islāmī naṛī : ṡalor żalandah storīBiographyShort biographies of four early Arab generals; Muḥammad ibn Qāsim, Mūsá ibn Nusayr, T̤āriq ibn Ziyād, and Qutaybah ibn Muslim52ocn062712041book19960.10AltamashDamishq ke qaidk̲h̲āne men̲ : T̤āriq bin ZiyādHistoryFictionNovel, based on historical themesFri Mar 21 15:46:32 EDT 2014batch14107