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  1. En 1174, Sharaf al-Din Qaraqush, lugarteniente de Taqi al-Din, tomó Trípoli, que había sido ocupada por los normandos al mando de una fuerza turco-beduina. [ 36 ] [ 39 ] La zona se convertiría desde entonces una terreno de lucha intermitente en la zona entre el liberto de Saladino, Karakush , el naciente Imperio almohade y los remanentes del Imperio almorávide .

  2. Rashid ad-Din Sinan was born between the years 1132 and 1135 in Basra, southern Iraq, to a prosperous family. According to his autobiography, of which only fragments survive, Rashid came to Alamut , the centre of the Assassins , as a youth after an argument with his brothers, [5] and received the typical Assassin training.

  3. Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech, [1] marqués de Dalí de Púbol (Figueras, 11 de mayo de 1904-Figueras, 23 de enero de 1989) fue un pintor, escultor, grabador, escenógrafo y escritor español del siglo XX.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › TerniTerni - Wikipedia

    In 1174 it was sacked by Frederick Barbarossa's general, Archbishop Christian of Mainz. In the following century Terni was one of sites visited frequently by St. Francis to give sermons. In the 14th century Terni issued its own constitution, and from 1353 the walls were enlarged, and new channels were opened.

  5. Ce dernier montre rapidement des velléités d’indépendance et se dérobe régulièrement quand Nur ad-Din lui demande de participer à des actions communes contre les Francs. À la fin, Nur ad-Din prépare une expédition pour soumettre Saladin, quand il tombe malade et meurt, le 15 mai 1174 [8]. Les successeurs de Nur ad-Din face à Saladin

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Nur_al-DinNur al-Din - Wikipedia

    Nur ad-Din, atabeg of Aleppo (1118–1174), member of the Zengid dynasty, ruler of the Syrian province of the Seljuk Empire; Nur al-Din Muhammad (died 1185), member of the Artuqid dynasty; Nur ad-Din al-Bitruji (also known as Alpetragius) (died ca. 1204), Arab astronomer and philosopher; Nur al-Din Arslan Shah I (reigned 1193–1211), Zengid ...

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    Saladin (arabisch صلاح الدين يوسف بن أيّوب الدوينيّ Salah ad-Din Yusuf ibn Ayyub ad-Dawīnī, DMG Ṣalāḥ ad-Dīn Yūsuf b. Aiyūb ad-Dawīnī ‚Heil der Religion, Yusuf, Sohn Ayyubs aus Dwin‘ mit dem Titel al-Malik an-Nasir / الملك الناصر / al-Malik an-Nāṣir /‚der siegreiche Herrscher‘; geboren 1137/1138 in Tikrit; gestorben am 3.