Islamic Dynasties of the Arab East: State and Civilization During the Later Medieval Times
This volume contains indepth, comprehensive studies on five such islamic dynasties of great historical importance, namely the Fatimids, the Ayyubids, the Mamluks, the Rasulids and the Zaydis. It is hoped that this illuminating and scholarly work will not only cater to the needs of students and scholars of Arab-Islamic history and culture, but also serve as an authentic reference book on the subject.
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