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People of the Book: Fighting the Holy War
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The Travels and Journals of Ibn Battuta
Edited by Clinton Grant from J. Arno & H. Grady, “Ibn Battuta: A View of the 14th- Century World” ..
bu Abdullah al-Lawati Ibn Batuta was arguably, the greatest traveler
Andalusian scholar Ibn Juzayy at the end of his career Timbuktu and the River Niger.
The subject of this paper is trade in late medieval Africa, and more
Ibn Battuta, H A R Gibb (ed), Travels in Asia and Africa (1929) 35. In Walata, north west of.
The social context of food technology in lron Age Gao, Mali
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The man who traveled for 30 years
During his seventh expedition to Mali and Timbuktu, Ibn Battuta passed through Fez and arrived at Sijilmasa, a town on the northern edge of Sahara Desert. He set out in February 1352 on camel and after 25 days, reached the dry salt mines of Taghaza.

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To Timbuktu -- A Journey with Ibn Battuta
Mar 17, 2006 Wanted: Four strong young travelers of good character to accompany the great Ibn Battuta from here to Timbuktu.
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Ibn Battuta in West Africa
PREFACE: Ibn Battuta was born in Tangier in 1304 and died near there in 1369. .
Ibn Battuta and His Saharan travels
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