Abu Jafar ibn Atiyya (died 1158) was a writer and vizier who served four Almohad sultans. He produced a manual for writing official letters which continued to be adopted in both Al-Andalus and the Maghreb during the following centuries. Some of his own letters were preserved by historians of the Almohad Caliphate. He should not be confused with Abd al-Haqq ibn Attiyya, the theologian from Seville.

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  • Abu Jafar ibn Atiyya (died 1158) was a writer and vizier who served four Almohad sultans. He produced a manual for writing official letters which continued to be adopted in both Al-Andalus and the Maghreb during the following centuries. Some of his own letters were preserved by historians of the Almohad Caliphate. He should not be confused with Abd al-Haqq ibn Attiyya, the theologian from Seville. (en)
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  • Abu Jafar ibn Atiyya (died 1158) was a writer and vizier who served four Almohad sultans. He produced a manual for writing official letters which continued to be adopted in both Al-Andalus and the Maghreb during the following centuries. Some of his own letters were preserved by historians of the Almohad Caliphate. He should not be confused with Abd al-Haqq ibn Attiyya, the theologian from Seville. (en)
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