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 Epistolæ Adriani papæ ad Egilam episcopum

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Author(s): Aillet, Cyrille
Pope Hadrian’s Epistles to Bishop Egila Hadrian I Date: 785-91 (Gundlach) Original Language: Latin Description Hadrian’s first letter to Egila reminds him of his mission in partibus Spaniensis provinciæ. He has been ordained by Wilcharius, archbishop of the Gauls, as a kind of legate with responsibility for preaching the ‘orthodox faith’ in Iberian territories under Muslim rule, propagating Roman ecclesiastical legislation, and fighting against local ‘heresies’. The deacon Saranus and the monk Victorinus will act as interm…

 The original title, assuming there was one, is lost. The most accurate title is Chronica Hispana-Orientalia ad annum 724.

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Author(s): Aillet, Cyrille
Chronica Byzantia-Arabica, Continuatio Byzantia-Arabica Chronicle of 741Byzantine-Arabic Chronicle’ Author Unknown Date: After 724, the last date referred to in the text, and possibly after the reign of al-Walīd II (r. 743-44) Original Language: Greek Description The text opens with the death of the King of the Visigoths, Recared (601), whose reign is described in the final section of John of Biclar’s Chronicle. The anonymous compiler also inserts details of Iberian history, for which he draws exclusively on Isidore of Seville’s Historia Gothorum. A precise account of the ba…

Author Unknown

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Author(s): Aillet, Cyrille
The Chronicle of 741 Date of Birth: Unknown, probably late 7th or early 8th c. Place of Birth: Unknown Date of Death: Unknown, after 744 Place of Death: Unknown Biography - Primary Sources of Information -- Secondary Sources of Information -- Works on Christian-Muslim Relations The original title, assuming there was one, is lost. The most accurate title is Chronica Hispana-Orientalia ad annum 724. Cyrille Aillet

Aflaḥ b. ʿAbd al-Wahhāb

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Author(s): Aillet, Cyrille
Aflaḥ b. ʿAbd al-Wahhāb was the third imām (r. 208–56/823–72) of the Rustamids (r. c.161–296/778–909), an Ibāḍī dynasty founded by his grandfather ʿAbd al-Raḥmān b. Rustam (d. probably in 168/784–5) in Tāhart. In Aflaḥ’s time, Ibāḍism was still a popular doctrine in the central Maghrib, southern Ifrīqiya, and Tripolitania. The imāmate—not a politically unified structure but a confederation of tribes ruled by a charismatic leader—was among the most influential powers in North Africa, and Tāhart became a…
Date: 2020-09-16

Hadrian I

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Author(s): Aillet, Cyrille
Pope Hadrian’s Epistles to Bishop Egila Date of Birth: Unknown (8th c.) Place of Birth: Rome Date of Death: 25 December 795 Place of Death: Rome Biography Born into the Roman nobility, Hadrian was pope from 772 to 795 and succeeded in strengthening pontifical authority thanks to his strategy of forming an alliance with Charlemagne. At the beginning of his papacy, the Byzantine Empire was weakened by the iconoclastic crisis and its rule over Italy was challenged by the Lombards. Deprived of its traditional protector, the papacy was now claiming to represent the imperium against the growi…