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Morocco and the Ottomans: the Sixteenth Century in North Africa

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1 Brett, Michael, ‘Problems in the interpretation of the history of the Maghrib in the light of some recent publications’, J. Afr. Hist., XIII, 3 (1972), 489506.

2 Braudel, Fernand, The Mediterranean and the Mediterranean World in the Age of Philip II, Eng. trans. of 2nd revised ed., 2 vols. (London and New York, 1972); cf. briefly preface to the first edition, and conclusion.

3 Cf. e.g. Brett, Michael and Forman, Werner, The Moors: Islam in the West (London, 1980), 91120.

4 Braudel, , The Mediterranean, 776801.

5 Ibid., 87–91.

6 Ibid., 95–99.

7 Ibid., 22.

8 Gautier, E.-F., Le passé de l'Afrique du Nord: les siècles obscurs, 2nd ed. (Paris, 1952).

9 Ibid., 243–4.

10 Braudel, , The Mediterranean, 771773.

11 Ibid., 799–800.

12 Cf. e.g. Brett, , ‘Problems’, 490491.

13 Cf. e.g. Julien, Ch.-A., History of North Africa from the Arab Conquest to 1830 (London, 1970), 343.

14 Cf. Terrasse, H., Histoire du Maroc, 2 vols. (Casablanca, 1950), 11, 132.

15 Abun-Nasr, J., A History of the Maghrib, 2nd ed. (Cambridge, 1975), 202203, 12.

16 Cf. García-Arenal, M., ‘The revolution of Fās in 869/1465 and the death of Sultan ‘Abd al-Ḥaqq al-Marīnī’, Bulletin of S.O.A.S., XLI, i (1978), 4366.

17 Geertz, Clifford, Islam Observed: religious development in Morocco and Indonesia (Chicago and London, 1968).

18 Berque, Jacques, L'intérieur du Maghreb, XVe-XIXe siècles (Paris, 1978), chap, x; cf. Brett, Michael, ‘Jacques Berque and the history of the Maghreb’, The Maghreb Review, IV, 4–6 (1979), 140–48.

19 Cf. Cigar, Norman, Muhammad al-Qadiri's Nashr al-mathani: The Chronicles (Oxford, 1981), xxix–xxxi.

20 Hess, , The Forgotten Frontier, 179.

21 Yahya, , Morocco, 27.

22 Ibid., 151–2.

23 De Torres, Diego, Relation del origen y suceso de los xarifes y del estado de los reinos de Marruecos, Fezy Tarudante, ed. Mercedes, García-Arenal (Madrid, 1980); cf. García-Arenal, M., ‘Spanish literature on North Africa in the XVI Century: Diego de Torres’, The Maghreb Review, VIII, 1–2 (1983), 53–9.

24 Marzūq, Ibn, Al-Musnad as-sahih al-hasan fi ma'athir Mawlana Abi al-Hasan, ed. Viguera, Maria J. (Algiers, 1981); Spanish trans., idem, El Musnad: hechos memorables de Abū l-Ḥasan, Sultan de los Benimerines (Madrid, 1977).

25 Ibid., chaps, XXIII, XXXIV-XXXVI: text, 281–9, 359–382; trans. 232–240, 296–315.

26 Khaldūn, Ibn, The Muqaddimah: an introduction to history, trans. Rosenthal, F., 2nd ed. (Princeton, N.J., 1967), chap. 3.

27 For this officer, cf. Hopkins, J. F. P., Medieval Muslim Government in Barbary (London, 1958), 5051; Brunschvig, R., La Berbérie orientate sous les Hafsides, 2 vols. (Paris, 1940, 1947), 11, 53, 5659.

28 Brett, , The Moors, 39.

29 Mercer, Patricia, ‘Palace and Jihād in the early ‘Alawī state in Morocco’, J. Afr. Hist., XVIII, iv (1977), 531553.

30 Torres, , Relation, 235: the Factores or tax-collectors appear to belong to the same body as the Iuezes Comissarios or judges charged ‘to go above the Arabs and the Berbers administering justice according to the diversity of their rites (sc. madhhab-s, law schools) and customs’.

31 Yahya, , Morocco, 111.

32 For the information in this paragraph, cf. Torres, , Relation, 235237, and Harakat, B., ‘Le Makhzen Saadien’, Revue de l'Occident Musulman et de la Méditerranée, 15–16 (1973), 4359.

33 Cf. Abun-Nasr, , History of the Maghrib, 216226.

34 Hess, , The Forgotten Frontier, 186.

35 Ibid., 156–78; Julien, , History of North Africa, 284288, 302303, 321324; Spencer, William, Algiers in the Age of Corsairs (Norman, Oklahoma, 1976), 4065.

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