Sa'id I ibn Idris
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Sa'id I ibn Idris (760-803) (Arabic: سعيد بن ادريس الأول) was emir of Nekor. He moved the capital from Temsaman to Nekor. The city was later was sacked by the Normans, who took many prisoners, a few of whom were ransomed by the Umayyad ruler of Spain. Later, part of the Ghomara tribe revolted, led by a person called Segguen; their revolt was defeated.
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