River Malvam

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The River Malvam (Anglicized: Malve), also known as the Malva was a mythical river in ancient North Africa where the Roman province of Mauretania would be. The Romans were referencing to the Malva as present-day Moulouya River.[1] The present-day river Mentioned by the medieval mytho-historians Geoffrey of Monmouth and Nennius in their histories, they say Brutus of Troy stopped there because his ships had run out of supplies. Geoffrey adds that his army conquered all the Mauretanian coast to resupply. After this restocking, the ships set sail for the straits of Gibraltar.

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  1. ^ "The Major Rivers Of North Africa". WorldAtlas. Retrieved 2020-10-31.