The Alhambra Palace of the Eleventh Century

@article{Bargebuhr1956TheAP,
  title={The Alhambra Palace of the Eleventh Century},
  author={Frederick P. Bargebuhr},
  journal={Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes},
  year={1956},
  volume={19},
  pages={192 - 258}
}
In the personal memoirs written, during his exile in Morocco, by the last Zirid king of Granada, 'Abd Allah (1073-1090), grandson and successor to King Badis ibn Habbfis (1038-1073), there is so much reference to Isma'il and Yfisuf ibn Naghrdlla, the two Jewish chancellors, that we cannot but realize their importance.' 'Abd Allah speaks with respect of the chancellor father, Ismd'il abfi Ibrahim ibn Naghrdlla (best known by his Hebrew name Shemu'El [Samuel] han-Ndghidh), describing him as the… 
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