History of the conquest of Al-andalus by Ibn al-Qutiyya
Ibn al-Qutiyya (? -977), known as the Cordoban. Hispano-arabic lexicographer, grammarian and writer. History of the conquest of Al-andalus. Copy of Manuscript 706. National Library. Paris. France.
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MISTRAL, Fr餩ric (1830-1914). French writer
MISTRAL, Fr餩ric (1830-1914). French writer and lexicographer of the Occitan language. Illustration of Mir詯 (Mireille). 1930.
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DR SAMUEL JOHNSON English writer, lexicographer, critic and conversationalist
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