The Yemen in Early Islam (9-233/630-847): A Political History
Abd Al-Muhsin Mad'Aj M. Mad Aj, Abd al-Muhsin Madʼaj M. Madʼaj, ʻAbd al-Muhsin Madʻaj M. al-Madʻaj, ʿAbd-al-Muhsin M. Al-Mad'aj, Abd al Muhsin Mad'aj al- Mad'aj Abd
Ithaca Press, 1988 - Social Science - 265 pages
A detailed scholarly account of early Yemeni history.
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The beginning of YemeniMuslim relations
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