Abu Al-'Ala bin Abu Marwan ‘Abd al-Malik (d. 1130-1)
Abu Al-'Ala bin Abu Marwan ‘Abd al-Malik, who studied at Cordova at the school of Abu Al-Aina, a doctor who came from the Orient to Spain. He was even more successful as a physician than his father. He was attached to the court of al-Mutamid, the last 'Abbadid king of Seville (ruled from 1068 to 1091), and after the-conquest of Seville by the Berber Murabitin (Almoravides) in 1091, he became wazir to the Yusuf ibn Tashfin (who ruled until 1106). His usual name, Al-wazir Abul-'Ala' Zuhr, was corrupted by early Latin translators into Alguazir Albuleizor (and variants). He died in Cordova in 1130-1131, and was buried in Seville.
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by: FSTC Limited, Thu 02 August, 2007