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ⓘ Azofra, Spain




Azofra, Spain
                                     

ⓘ Azofra, Spain

The name Azofra appeared in 1199, in a papal bull that conceded privileges to the Monastery of San Millan de la Cogolla. According to Asin, it derives from the Arabic as-suxra, "the tribute", that would record the form in which someone obtained property or the function discharged.

                                     
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