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- MemlÃ»k SultanlarÄ±nÄ±n GÃ¶lgesi AltÄ±nda HilÃ¢fet Kurumu. Ağir, Abdullah Mesut // University of Gaziantep Journal of Social Sciences;Apr2011, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p637
After been seized Baghdad and eliminated the Abbasid Caliphate by Ilkhans in 1258, the authority of the caliphate that has a serious importance for Turk-IslÄm World, wouldn't appear in the historical secene for three years. The victory that the Mamluks gained over the Mongols, cheered up all...
- The abnÄ al-dawla: The Definition and Legitimation of Identity in Response to the Fourth Fitna. Turner, John P. // Journal of the American Oriental Society;Jan-Mar2004, Vol. 124 Issue 1, p1
Reopens the question about the identity and provenance of the abÃ£ al-dawla of the Abbasid dynasty. Period when these individuals formed an identity; Previous definitions of abÃ£ al-dawla; Reason why they formed a collective.
- THE POSTCLASSICAL PERIOD, 500-1500 - THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA, 500-1500 - THE RISE AND EXPANSION OF ISLAM, 610-945 - THE ABBASID CALIPHATE AND ITS BREAKUP. // Encyclopedia of World History;2001, p112
Information about the Abbasid Caliphate is presented. Abu Al-Abbas Al-Saffah was the founder of the Abbasid Dynasty. In 751, the Abbasid forces defeated the Chinese at the battle of Talas in central Asia. From 754-775, Al-Mansur consolidated the Abbasid Caliphate. He turned the troops of...
- The Political and Social History of Khurasan under Abbasid Rule, 747-820 (Book Review). Kennedy, Hugh // American Historical Review;Feb83, Vol. 88 Issue 1, p149
Reviews the book 'The Political and Soviet History of Khurasan Under Abbasid Rule, 747-820,' by Elton L. Daniel.
- Astrology between Poetics and Politics in the Abbasid Period: AbÅ« al-â€˜AlÄâ€™ al-Ma'arrÄ« as Case Study. Salhi, Zahia Smail; Abbasi, Abeer // Journal of Semitic Studies;Oct2012, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p347
It is the aim of this study to examine the astrological references in the work of AbÅ« al-â€˜AlÄâ€™ al-Ma'arrÄ«, an outstanding reclusive misanthropic poet who occupies a lonely eminence among the poets of the mid-Abbasid period. He addressed the ordinary thoughtful citizen and...
- Experiment and innovation: early Islamic industry at al-Raqqa, Syria. Henderson, Julian; Challis, Keith; O'Hara, Sarah; McLoughlin, Sean; Gardner, Adam; Priestnall, Gary // Antiquity;Mar2005, Vol. 79 Issue 303, p130
The city of al-Raqqa in north central Syria rivalled early Baghdad in scale, and was briefly during the 'Abbasid caliphate the imperial capital of an empire stretching from North Africa to Central Asia. Now largely levelled the multifaceted Islamic cityscape is revealed by aerial and satellite...
- AL-MA'MUN. // Calliope;Jan2011, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p38
The article provides information on Caliph of Abbasid Empire Al-Ma'mun who ruled areas including Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Persia.
- APPENDIXES - CALIPHS, TO 1256. // Encyclopedia of World History;2001, p1074
A list of Caliphs that relate to articles that appeared in the January 2001 issue of "Encyclopedia of World History" are presented.
- MADE CHINA. Worrall, Simon // National Geographic;Jun2009, Vol. 215 Issue 6, p112
This article discusses the development of global trade by the Tang dynasty in ninth century China as evidenced by the discovery of a ship wreck in Belitung, Indonesia. This shipwreck is described in light of its implications for the relationship between the Abbasid dynasty in present day...