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Mazoz Bin Talout's Coins 'The Problematic Issue of History and Money'

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Abstract The Adarissa nation that dominated the western nations, had suffered since the era of Muhammad ibn Idris II (213-221 AH/828-836 CE) of disintegration and weakness as a result of the division of the state regions among his brothers, causing a conflict that led to wars. This resulted in an increase in the influence and property of some on account of the others, which, in return, led to disorder, and political and social instability in the western nations. These disorders spread to include the layers of the Moroccan society of Berbers and Arabs. After the death of Muhammad Ibn Idris and his son Ali I taking over after him (221-234 AH/836 AD --848 CE), he managed, despite the disturbance in the reign of his father, to somewhat maintain the stability of the state. However, this did not put an end to the conflicts between the sons of the Idrissi house on the one hand, and the outbreak of sectarian partisanship on the other hand. The research addresses dirahms from this period named after Mazuz Bin Talot and the name of 'Abdullah' minted in the cities of Egerhan and Otait' them and in an attempt to explain the emergence of these names on the coins, and the link between with the historical contemporary political events.


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