The Arabs in Spain

Standard Publications, Incorporated, 2008 - 304 pàgines
The Arabs In Spain begins with a discussion of the primeval center of the eastern tribes and their religion and migrations. The second chapter covers the climate and fertility of India and the conquest of Alexander and the voyage of Vasco de Gama. Chapter three covers the inhabitants and religion of Persia. Zoroaster and the translation of the Saddler are also discussed. Chapter four covers Egypt and the voyages of the Phenicians. Chapter five deals with the wanderings of the Hebrews and the great influence of Moses. The building of Jerusalem, the death Saul and the rise of King David and discussed.

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