Udhra ibn Abd Allah al-Fihri

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Udrra ben Abd Allah al-Fihrí (Arabic: عذرة بن عبد الله الفهري‎) was a fleeting Umayyad governor of Al Andalus in 726.[1] He may have been chosen by Anbasa to succeed him as governor, but his term lasted no more than six months until he completed the task of withdrawing the troops Anbasa had commanded during his last campaign in Gaul.[2]

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  1. ^ Díez, Gonzalo Martínez. (2005). El condado de Castilla, 711-1038. Marcial Pons Historia. ISBN 978-84-95379-94-8, p. 743.
  2. ^ Collins, Roger (1989). The Arab Conquest of Spain 710-797. Oxford, UK / Cambridge, USA: Blackwell. p. 83. ISBN 0-631-19405-3. 
Preceded by
Anbasa ibn Suhaym Al-Kalbi
Governor of Al-Andalus
726
Succeeded by
Yahya ibn Salama al-Kalbi