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File:MoorishAmbassador to Elizabeth I.jpg


Description Abd el-Ouahed ben Messaoud ben Mohammed Anoun, Moorish Ambassador to Queen Elizabeth I — This image is a reproduction of an Elizabethan painting of the Moorish Ambassador who visited Queen Elizabeth I of England from Barbary in 1600 to propose an alliance against Spain. The original belongs to the collection of the University of Birmingham, England.
Date circa 1600
Author Unknown


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