Mujālasāt emerged in ninth-century Iraq and flourished in the tenth century, spreading from Iraq to the west, to Andalusian Spain and to North Africa. These literary salons endured as a cultural practice well into the modern era.
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- (no access) - Ali, Samer: Arabic Literary Salons in the Islamic Middle Ages, p6
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