Abu-Bekr ("father of the virgin"), a caliph, the first successor of Mohammed, was born about A.D. 570. His original name was Abd-el-Caaba, which was changed for his well-known title when his daughter Ayesha became the favorite wife of the prophet. He began to reign in A.D. 632, and died in 634. SEE MOHAMMEDANISM.

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