Spanish, Muslim historian of Egyptian origin, killed in the 871. He is the author of a legend that justify the betrayal of count Julian, Governor of Ceuta, and its assistance to the Arab invasion of the peninsula in 711. She tells that being the Governor of Ceuta count Julian, Rodrigo came to power, and though this was relative of Wittiza, the usurpation of Rodrigo agreed resigned. Later, knowing that his daughter, the beautiful Florinda, had been dishonoured and mistreated by the King, he decided to take revenge on his cruelty, Muza to recommend it to invade the Iberian peninsula with the support of his party. See Spain, history of (05): 711-1492.