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50 Tunisian dinar the front is  Numismatic Museum (Musée de la Monnaie), Ibn Rachiq al-Khairouani
50 Tunisian dinar the front is Numismatic Museum (Musée de la Monnaie), Ibn Rachiq al-Khairouani

Ibn Rachik or Ibn Rachiq, from his full name Abū ʿAlī Ḥasan Ibn Rašīq alias al-Kairwānī (Arabic : ابن رشيق القيرواني), born around 1000 (390 of the Islamic calendar) at Mohammediyya (now M'Sila in Algeria) et died October 15, 1064, is a writer and a poet of Ifriqiya.

He grew up in Mohammediyya and studied while learning his father's craft: jewellery. He is interested in literature and his early poems. It is then decided to return to Kairouan, capital of science and know-how of the time, in 1015. There are often the great masters and scientists of the time, like Mohamed Ibn Ja'far al- Kazzaz Temimī and Abū Isḥāq Ibrahīm al-Ḥuṣari, and deepen his knowledge with them. At the same time, he deals with commercial activities.

50 Tunisian dinar Back

 

50 Tunisian dinar the back is  Government Place with Ministry of Finance, Tunis
50 Tunisian dinar the back is Government Place with Ministry of Finance, Tunis

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