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Author: Ayalon, David. Collected studies series ; CS269. Subject Term: Aliens - Islamic Empire. Personal Author: Ayalon, David. Geographic Term: Islamic Empire - History. Islamic Empire - Relations - Foreign countries.
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Mamluks, Mongols, and eunuchs. Foreign countries, Islamic Empire. Articles previously published, 1971-1984. Variorum reprint ;, CS269. Published 1988 by Variorum Reprints in London Foreign countries, Islamic Empire. Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Download PDF book format. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. Outsiders in the lands of Islam : Mamluks, Mongols, and eunuchs David Ayalon. Book's title: Outsiders in the lands of Islam : Mamluks, Mongols, and eunuchs David Ayalon. Library of Congress Control Number: 88141475. Originally published in: 2004Munawar Iqbal, Philip Molyneux.
This land-tax was taken from cultivated areas
This land-tax was taken from cultivated areas. In 1315, land tax in Egypt amounted to 9428, 289 dinars and in 1410 to 4,257,000 dinars. Mamluk assertions of legitimacy can be detected in the diplomatic letters and embassies Baybars and Qala≠wu≠n exchanged with each Mongol power. Furthermore, although scholars have already discussed the Islamic foundation on which Mamluk legitimacy rested, as yet no one has asked, "Why this particular Middle East Documentation Center. They had no ready ideological response to the Mongol claim of divine favor, the supremacy of the ya≠sa≠ or the apparent superiority of the Chinggis Khanid ruling family.
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