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It should none the less be borne in mind that both Hildegarius and the Fulda annalist bore particular grudges against the kings in question, and that their views were by no means shared by all their contemporaries.
HUMAN beings are in a perpetual dialogue with the past from their vantage point in the present.
They were allowed to enter into lawsuits with Christians, and in their relations with the latter were restrained only from making them work on Sunday.
They were not allowed to trade in currency, wine, or grain.
Abul-Abbas, also Abul Abaz or Abulabaz, was an Asian elephant given to Emperor Charlemagne by the caliph of Baghdad, Harun al-Rashid, in 797.
The elephant's name and events from his life in the Carolingian Empire are recorded in the annales regni francorum (Royal Frankish Annals), and Einhard's Vita Karoli Magni also mentions the elephant.
Primary sources: Graboïs, "La dynastie des 'rois juifs'," presents a stemma, p. While Graboïs, "La dynastie des 'rois juifs'," 50-52, accepts Zuckerman's dating of the narrative gloss as late twelfth-century, Cohen, "The Nasi of Narbonne," 53-56, suggests that it was forged when the extant copy was made in Provence in the fifteenth century. Einhard refers to the elephant as the only one Harun al Rashid had ("quem tunc solem habetat"), which is regarded an invention.
The two began the trek back by following the Egyptian coast into Ifriqiya (modern Algeria and Tunisia), ruled by Ibrahim ibn al-Aghlab who had bought the land from al-Rashid for 40,000 dinars annually.
In 797 AD, Charlemagne, the founder of the Carolingian empire (later crowned Holy Roman Emperor), sent a man named 'Isaac the Jew' to the Baghdad caliph Harun al-Rashid.
In 802, Isaac returned to Charlemagne’s court with an elephant as a gift to the king from the sultan. 6 Monumenta Germaniae Historica, Scriptores rerum Germanicarum in usum scholarum separatim editi 6: Annales regni Francorum inde ab a. 829, qui dicuntur Annales Laurissenses maiores et Einhardi.
The only real link between the Orient and Occident was insured by the Radhanites Jewish traders.
A formula for the Jewish oath was fixed by Charlemagne.
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In the same spirit as in the above-mentioned legends he is represented as asking the Baghdad calif for a rabbi to instruct the Jews whom he had allowed to settle at Narbonne (see History of the Jews in Babylonia).