L'Orient de Saladin

Michaud, Paul
January 2002
Middle East;Jan2002, Issue 319, p45
Features the exhibition centering on the life and achievement of Saladin, the 12th century Sultan of Egypt and Syria at the Paris Institut du Monde Arabe in France. Characteristics of Saladin; Treatment of Saladin on the inhabitants of Jerusalem; Focus on the civilization of the Ayyubids.


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