5.) From: Adh-dhahab-al masbuk
... The King of the Takrūr, Mūsā Māllī, was the first of the Takrūr kings to accomplish the pilgrimage (hajj).
... It is said that he arrived (in Cairo) with fourteen thousand slave girls (arba'at 'ashar alf jāriya) in charge of his private service. His men (aṣḥāb) went to buy girl-slaves from the Turks, the Ḥubūsh, and girl singers and robes. The price of the gold dinar dropped to six dirhams. (Gamaleddin, pp. 112 - 113).