Sasanid Soldiers in Early Muslim Society: The Origins of 'Ayyārān and Futuwwa

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Otto Harrassowitz Verlag, 1995 - Futuwwa (Islamic social groups) - 391 pages
 

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Contains useful rare Arabic geographical references, such as the identity of the Jaramiqa الجرامقه people and land, around page 134. https://books.google.com/books?id=VfYnu5F20coC&pg=PA353&lpg=PA353&dq=%22garmacites%22&source=bl&ots=-ZMBZUOrFL&sig=xkzPQ9hz0qlO8KKLYYCfmnFZUCs&hl=en&sa=X&ei=KVOdVaboL4ifggS7x4OICg#v=onepage&q&f=false 

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i dont think there is a mash bin aram in islam aram had aws who had ad and ubayl and arams other son was gether gether had thamud and jadis they are adites and the adites mixed with the imliq who mixed with the canaanite phoenician and the amorite both being called imliq when thamud perished the remaining sons of aram were known as arman they are the nabateans
the dravidians are the sumerians and the other branch is the phoenicians in prophets and patriarchs it says that there are 3 nimrods there is a nimrod bin cush bin canaan bin ham and is often confused with cush bin ham amorites are a mix between imliq and a canaanite people like pure aboriginal people of north america phoenician is another branch of the straight haired dravidians who mixed with imliq they mixed with the adites thamud succeeded the adites who came from al hijr to ubar Prophet Hud was sent to them when they perished He and his family and those who believed went with the Thamud who settled in al hijr the thamud lived from al hijr to greater part of syria
when thamud perished obviously Prophet SaaliH and his family and those who believed survived as it says in prophets and patriarchs when the thamud perished the remaining sons of aram were known as arman they are the nabateans so collectively the remaining sons of aram were known as arman
 

Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
LATE SASANID SOCIAL SYSTEM
13
AZADAN IN EARLY MUSLIM SOCIETY
95
LITERARY AND THEOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS
291

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