مجلة عصور الجديدة
Volume 6, Numéro 23, Pages 126-144
This article aims to study the impact of maritime activity Andalusian in Mediterranean Basin ; in the form of some coastal cities of Maghreb central, based on the geographical sources, as containing a great deal of geographical descriptions of cities and the coast of Maghreb central, and provide us with important description for her founders. Since the early periods of the Middle Ages, the Andalusians was a broad activity in the Mediterranean, following the emergence of fleet Andalusian, this activity was increased, as a power of Umayyad fleet was created a solid base for the movement of traders and sailors of Andalusia, to provide them with the security of the sea, who’s get him a great experience in marine navigation enabled them access to several beaches, including the shores of Maghreb central. With the arrival of the Andalusians to the coast of Maghreb central and especiall y traders of them, they were involved with the country's population in the establishment of the deposit, ports, and linked them distinct and friendly relations with the Berber tribes, which encouraged the construction and revive the ancient cities became her a considerable cities, especiall y on the economic front, i ncluding Tenes, Oran, Eslen and coastal cities, as well Tadles city who’s the Prince Hammadide offered to Somadih, the prince of Almería, these cities became the most important commercial centers of the Mediterranean sea grace to the activity of the Andal usians merchants and sailors.
maritime, activity, Andalusian, Mediterranean, Maghreb, Middle Ages, movement, experience, population
قدري صلاح الدين
بن ذهيبة محمد
مريم رزاق بعرة