A History of Egypt: in the middle ages

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Psychology Press, 1968 - History - 382 pages
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First published in 1901, this work covers a period of nearly nine centuries from the Saracen conquest of 640, to its annexation by the Turks in 1517.
 

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Contents

CHAP PAGE I THE ARAB CONQUEST 639641 i
1
A PROVINCE OF THE CALIPHATE 641868
14
Tables of Governors and Chief Ministers
45
TULUN AND iKHSHiD 868969
59
THE SiitA REVOLUTION 969
92
Table of Alleged Descent of Fatimicl Caliphs
116
THE FATIMID CALIPHS 9691094
117
THE ATTACK FROM THE EAST 9691171
158
SALADIN 11691193
190
SALADINS SUCCESSORS THE AYYUBIDS 11931250
212
THE FIRST MAMLUKS 12501279
242
THE HOUSE OF ALAUN 12791382
276
THE CIRCASSIAN MAMLUKS 13821517
323
INDEX
359
vii
363
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