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Al-Masfiwi was a poet in the time of Ahmad al-Mansur.[1] The surviving poetry of al-Masfiwi can be found in Manahil al-Safa, as well as in Kitab al-Istiqsa li-akhbar duwal al-Maghrib al-Aqsa by the nineteenth-century Moroccan historian, Abu al-Abbas Ahmad ibn Khalid al-Nasiri al-Salawi. The section on Ahmad al-Mansur is found in Volume Five of this work. This volume has been translated into French by al-Nasiri's son, Muhammad al-Nasiri, and appears in Archives Marocaines 34 (1936).


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