The cultural movement revived in the Fatimid era because the Fatimids cared about libraries and books. A great library stood in the eastern Fatimid palace, where writers and transcribers wrote books of literature, narratives, and law.
What also helped revive the culture in the Fatimid era is that the Fatimids used poetry and speeches to broadcast their Shi'ah rite. They gave a lot of money and gifts to their poets and writers.
One of their most radical poets was Ibn Hanea Al Andalusi, who lived in the period of the Caliph Al-Muizz Ledin Allah Al Fatimi and was exceptional in his descriptions and praise.
The poet Emara Al Yamane also lived during the period of the Fatimid Caliph Al-Fa'iz. He praised him and his minister Al-Salih Tala'ie Ibn Ruzzik.