TITLE

جوانب من الحياة الاجتماعية في قضاء العقبة (١٣٣٦ -١٣٤٣ ه/ ١٩١٨ - ١٩٢٥ م) في ضوء سجل المحكمة الشرعية في العقبة

AUTHOR(S)
سلمان, حمود مضعان محارب عيال
PUB. DATE
April 2014
SOURCE
Jordan Journal for History & Archaeology;2014, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p89
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This research study explores some aspects of social life in Al Aqaba Area in light of the Shar'ia Court Record from(1918 to1925 1336-1343H.) It also sheds light on the value of this record in understanding the social history of Al Aqaba in that era, beginning with a brief geographical and historical examination of Al Aqba judicial system during the same era, and then, analyzing some aspects of social life in terms of population groups and their joint relationships, the roles women, the social and public services that were available for Al Aqba inhabitants, and urban development. The research study primarily depends on the Shar'ia Court Record in Al Aqaba Area entitled "Pleadings and Trials Documentation and other things at Al Aqaba Court" and which dates back to the era extending from (1918 to1925 1336-1343H.) It also makes use of other relevant historical resources and references.
ACCESSION #
95999601

 

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