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Then he abandoned that [idea]. He recalled Sad and took [from him] what he owed, confirming `Abdallah [in his office] and forwarding [the sum due] to him. To replace Sa'd he named as governor (amfr) al-Walid b. `Ugbah, who had been `Umar b. al-Khallab' s agent in charge of the Arabs of the Jazirah. Al-Walid 'arrived in the second year of `Uthman's caliphate, Sad having been governor there for one year and part of another. Once in Kufah, (al-Walid) was the most beloved of men among the people and the most courteous in dealing with them.
Stratos, Byzantium in the Seventh Century (Amsterdam: 19751,111, 30, 269. 1 am indebted to my colleague John M. Barker for these references. Here and elsewhere, "Byzantine" translates Rum/Rtimi-that is, "Roman," which is of course what the Byzantines called themselves-in Greek, Rhomaioi. e The Events of the Year 25 (OCTOBER 28, 645-OCTOBER 16, 646) to According to the account related to me by Abmad b . Thabit alRazi-a traditionist (mu1 addith)-Ishaq b. 'Isa-Abu Ma'shar: The conquest of Alexandria took place in the year 25.
According to al-Wagidi : In this year, Alexandria repudiated its pact, and 'Amr b. 20 We [that is, al-Tabari] have previously cited the report (of this event), mentioning also those who disagree with Abu Ma' shar and alWagidi concerning the date. [281o] Also according to al-Wagidi: In this year , 'Abdallah b. Sa'd b. Abi Sarh sent cavalry forces against the Maghrib . (Al-Wagidi[ says: 'Amr b. al-'As had previously sent an expedition to the Maghrib. 21 20. fa-ghazdhum Amru b. a]-As wa -gatalahum.
A History of the Crusades, Vol. 3: The Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries by Kenneth M. Setton, Harry W. Hazard