Abū 'Abd-Allāh Ibn al-Azraq (Arabic: ابن الأزرق) was a Muslim jurist born in Málaga, Al Andalus in 1427. Educated in law in Málaga and Granada, he became a judge in Guadix, Málaga, and finally became the Supreme Judge of Granada under Sultan Abu al-Hasan. Ibn al-Azraq wrote a book on statecraft, in which he commented the work of his teacher, Ibn Khaldun, entitled Marvel of State conduct, and the nature of authority.
|is dbo:wikiPageWikiLink of|
|is foaf:primaryTopic of|