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The Almoravid empire at its greatest extent, c. 1120.
|Status||Rulin dynasty o Morocco an Al-Andalus|
|Common leids||Berber, Arabic, Mozarabic|
|Releegion||Islam (Sunni); minority Christianity (Catholic), Judaism|
|Abdallah ibn Yasin|
|Ishaq ibn Ali|
|1147 est.||1,000,000 km2 (390,000 sq mi)|
|The day pairt o|
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- G. Stewart, Is the Caliph a Pope?, in: The Muslim World, Volume 21, Issue 2, pages 185–196, April 1931: "The Almoravid dynasty, among the Berbers of North Africa, founded a considerable empire, Morocco being the result of their conquests"
- SADIQI, FATIMA, The place of Berber in Morocco, International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 123.1 (2009): 7-22 : "The Almoravids were the first relatively recent Berber dynasty that ruled Morocco. The leaders of this dynasty came from the Moroccan deep south."