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Abü Tawr ibn Qasi, valí de Huesca

Arabic: أبو طاهر بن قسي, والي وشقة
Also Known As: "Abu Taur (Abu Tahir) ibn Qasi"
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Son of Conde Cassius (Qasi) and Aisha bin Nusayr
Brother of Fortún ibn Qasi, valí de Zaragoza; Abu Salama ibn Qasi; Yünus ibn Qasi and Juan (Yahya) ibn Qasi

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About Abü Tawr ibn Qasi, valí de Huesca

Leadership of the Banu Qasi

The following men are the documented leaders of the Banu Qasi (entried in italics are of uncertain affiliation to the family):

Cassius, fl. 714

Abu Taur, Wali of Huesca, fl. 778, perhaps son of Cassius

Musa ibn Fortun, (perh. assassinated 788), grandson of Cassius

Abu Taur of Huesca

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Abu Taur was the Wali of Huesca in 777, who joined Sulayman al-Arabi in offer his sumission to Charlemagne and collaborated with Frankish forces in the unsuccessful assault on Zaragoza in 778. It has been suggested that he may be identical to Abu Tawr ibn Qasi, son of the eponymous ancestor of the Banu Qasi.

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