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The Early Caliphate and the Question of Legitimacy

The Early Caliphate and the Question of Legitimacy

Interior of the Great Mosque at Qayrawan in Tunisia. Founded in the late seventh century, the mosque owes much of its present aspect to extensive rebuilding by the Aghlabid governors in the ninth century.

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