Ibn Bajjah worked in Court as a minister [wazir] and served the sultan's brother-in-law Abu Bakr aACAyAli Ibn Ibrahim Al Sahrawi, better known as Ibn Tifilwit, then the Governor of Saragossa
In Spain, serotype CVB1 was detected in A Coruna, and both CVB1 and CVB2 were detected in Saragossa
towards Knowledge Society 2003 [online] [cited 7 March 2005].
14) The issue was not settled until 1529 when the parties signed the Treaty of Saragossa
1] Department of Penal Law, Philosophy of Law and History of Law, University of Saragossa
The splendidly decorated building continued to be inhabited by the Aragonese and Castilian kings after their conquest of Saragossa
The Council of Saragossa
(380): Excommunicated anyone who dared continue receiving Holy Communion by hand.
to Samarkand, teachers and masters were known to each other, and masters and students alike could travel all that distance from west to east and back again, in search of knowledge shared by people of the same language and craft".
1) and the connected painting, from the National Gallery, London, which through emphasis on the general's glittering medals strikes a more triumphant note; and the brutal etchings The Disasters of War, including the stark, unsentimental Defence of Saragossa
The secretary of the Islamic League in Spain, Audalla Conget, a former Cistercian monk in Saragossa
, published an open letter to the Pope.
There are also workshops, seminars and 'from book to screen' films showing at the Library Theatre - I Served the King of England (2006) on October 14 and Saragossa
Manuscript (1965) on October 23.
The sources explained that the Salvadorian force had trained for two months in the Spanish city of Saragossa
and included a medical team and two engineering battalions.