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15 Important Muslim Women in History

Lubna of Cordoba (d. 984). Originally a slave-girl of Spanish origin, Lubna rose to become one of the most important figures in the Umayyad palace in Cordoba. She was the palace secretary of the caliphs ‘Abd al-Rahmān III (d. 961) and his son al-Hakam b. ‘Abd al-Rahmān (d. 976). She was also a skilled mathematician and presided over the royal library, which consisted of over 500,000 books. According to the famous Andalusi scholar Ibn Bashkuwāl: “She excelled in writing, grammar, and…

Al-Hakam II was the second Caliph of Córdoba, in Al-Andalus, and son of Abd-ar-Rahman III and Murjan. He ruled from 961 to 976

Retablo de la conversión de los moriscos (Felipe Vigamy)

Los moriscos (palabra que deriva de moro) fueron los musulmanes españoles bautizados tras la pragmática de los Reyes Católicos del 14 de febrero de 1502. Tanto los convertidos con anterioridad al catolicismo

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Rare Photo Of Emily Dickinson Emerges, Only Second Known Photo Of Her In History

Rare Photo Of Emily Dickinson Emerges, Only Second Known Photo Of Her In History And it shows the legendary poet with the woman long suspected to be her lesbian lover. An anonymous collector donated this photo to the Amherst College in Massachusetts in 2007. Researchers are now confident that the circa 1860 daguerreotype is in fact of Dickinson in her early 30s. That's Emily Dickinson On The Left, Her Close Friend/Possible Lover, Kate Scott Turner, On The Right