7 edition of Saladin in Egypt (Medieval Mediterranean) found in the catalog.
by Brill Academic Publishers
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||214|
Vizier of Egypt. Saladin rose to prominence in CE when he was chosen as the vizier of Egypt by the Fatimid Caliph Al Adid after his uncle Shikuh’s death, who was the former vizier (he had earned the rank after a six years long struggle along with Saladin, as his second in command, to push the Crusaders out of Egypt and to extend Zengid authority over it).Author: Syed Muhammad Khan. The Book of Saladin is the fictional memoir of Saladin, the Kurdish liberator of Jerusalem, as dictated to a Jewish scribe, Ibn Yakub. Saladin grants Ibn Yakub permission to talk to his wife and retainers so that he might present a full portrait in the Sultan’s memoirs. A series of 4/4(1).
Saladin in Egypt My Searches (0) Cart (0) brill American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education History Jewish Studies Literature and Cultural Studies Languages and Linguistics Media Studies Middle Cited by: 7. Saladin represents the best kind of biography -- a portrait of a man who is said to have made an age, and the most complete account we have to date of an age that made the man. The result is a unique view of the Crusades from an Arab perspective, and an erudite biography of a political figure whose image was layered in myth with the passage of time.
Discover Citadel of Saladin in Cairo, Egypt: The medieval center of the Islamic world was also once the seat of Saladin's sultanate. In the modern Muslim world, Saladin's reputation at a popular level has been used as a propagandistic prop for regimes in Egypt, Syria and even - ironically in view of his Kurdish origins - Iraq. Almost all the running in the serious historical study of Saladin has been made by British, American, German and Israeli scholars.
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Get this from a library. Saladin in Egypt. [Yaacov Lev] -- The rise of Saladin to power in Egypt is a chapter of both Mediterranean and Islamic history. In the period covered by this study, the second half of the 12th-century, profound changes took place in.
The rise of Saladin to power in Egypt is a chapter of both Mediterranean and Islamic history. In the period covered by this study, the second half of the twelfth century, profound changes took place in the Eastern Mediterranean affecting the history of the region.
The book is divided into two parts. The first deals with the rise of Saladin to power in Egypt () and offers a new. Bringing the vibrant world of the twelfth century to life, this book also explores Saladin's complicated legacy, examining the ways Saladin has been invoked in the modern age by Arab and Muslim leaders ranging from Nasser in Egypt, Asad in Syria, and Saddam Hussein in Iraq to Osama bin Laden, as well as his huge appeal across popular culture in.
Well researched book, initial 1/4th of the book gives a brief picture of crusade wars, Shi'ite-Sunni animosity and the atmosphere Saladin was growing up in.
John Man has tried his best to collect every possible detail of Saladin's personality, his enemies and the wars fought/5. The book is divided into two parts. The first deals with the rise of Saladin to power in Egypt () and offers a new interpretation for the demise of the Fatimid state.
The second part deals with topics such as the formation of Saladin's army in Egypt, the creation of the navy and the role of Cited by: 7. Saladin, or Sultan Ṣalāḥ ad-Dīn Yūsuf ibn Ayyūb (25 December –) was a famous Arabic Sultan during the Crusades. A Muslim of Kurdish origin, Saladin led the Muslim opposition to the European Crusaders in the the height of his power, his sultanate included Egypt, Syria, Mesopotamia, Hejaz, Yemen and other parts of North Africa.
His father, who worked for the Turkish. Acclaimed author James Reston, Jr.'s Warriors of God is the rich and engaging account of the Third Crusade (), a conflict that would shape world history for centuries and which can still be felt in the Middle East and throughout the world today.
James Reston, Jr. offers a gripping narrative of the epic battle that left Jerusalem in Muslim hands until the twentieth century, bringing an /5().
Saladin in Egypt provides for medievalists the Middle Eastern context for the rise of Saladin to power and his military, naval and internal policies in Egypt.
For scholars of Middle Eastern history it offers a fresh look at the sources and new interpretation for the demise of the Fatimid state. Although Egypt was the primary source for his financial support, Saladin spent almost no time in the Nile Valley after According to one of his admiring contemporaries, Saladin used the.
The book is divided into two parts. The first deals with the rise of Saladin to power in Egypt () and offers a new interpretation for the demise of the Fatimid state.
The second part deals with topics such as the formation of Saladins army in Egypt, the creation of the. Saladin, Muslim sultan of Egypt, Syria, Yemen, and Palestine, founder of the Ayyubid dynasty, and the most famous of Muslim heroes.
In wars against the Christian Crusaders, he achieved great success with the capture of Jerusalem inending its nearly nine decades of occupation by the Franks. And Saladin’s conquests owed more to artifice and luck than to military prowess.
Potentates in Egypt and Syria made way for him by dying. He negotiated truces to avoid fighting on several fronts. The Book of Saladin is the second book of Tariq Ali's Islam Quintet. The first was set in late 15th century Spain; this was set in late century 12th century Egypt during the rise and fall of Salah al-Din (Saladin)/5.
Saladin spent the first two years of his rule consolidating control over Egypt. After uncovering an assassination plot against him among the black Fatimid troops, he disbanded the African units (50, troops) and relied instead upon Syrian soldiers.
Saladin also brought members of his family into his government, including his : Kallie Szczepanski. Above Image: Cover image of Yaacov Lev's excellent book Saladin in Egypt (Leiden: Brill, ). The Egyptian Sultan Saladin (r. ), a Sunni Muslim Kurd, is often celebrated for his chivalrous virtues and deeds during the crusading era.
In popular modern film and literature, in both the east and the west, Saladin is depicted as a. "Saladin in Egypt" provides for medievalists the Middle Eastern context for the rise of Saladin to power and his military, naval and internal policies in Egypt.
For scholars of Middle Eastern history it offers a fresh look at the sources and new interpretation for the demise of the Fatimid state.
The book is largely dedicated to the brave-hearted Muslim armies that were led by Saladin many centuries ago and is just as uniquely, not for the faint-hearted.
It is book that is replete with historical events and passages, recorded timelines and descriptions that are often hard to keep in order.5/5(1). Salah El-Din (known as Saladin to European historians) Home to Egypt’s rulers for almost years, the Citadel (Al-Qalaa) is today one of the most popular tourist sites in Cairo, Saladin’s Citadel is one of Cairo’s is indeed from this immense and imposing fortress that Saladin, the founder of the Ayyubid dynasty, reigned over all Egypt.
Salah el-Din el-Ayyouby Saladin Tariq Ali Novel - The novel is not action-packed in the conventional sense of the word, nor does graphic detail seem to be Ali's style.
Rather, its beauty lies in the simple philosophy that characterizes Saladin and the narrator's meetings, the voice of dissent and skepticism that is one of Saladin's wives and all the other tiny details that slot together into a.
About The Book of Saladin. The Book of Saladin is the fictional memoir of Saladin, the Kurdish liberator of Jerusalem, as dictated to a Jewish scribe, Ibn Yakub. Saladin grants Ibn Yakub permission to talk to his wife and retainers so that he might present a full portrait in the Sultan’s memoirs.
Saladin, or Salah al-Din, was a famous Muslim hero. He was the sultan, or king, of all the Muslim territories of Syria, Egypt, Palestine, and northern Mesopotamia. He also was a great military commander. His greatest success was the capture of Jerusalem induring the Crusades.
Before Saladin’s victory, the city had been held for. Henceforth, Saladin was the sultan of Egypt, nominally under the command of Nur al-Din, though tensions between the two men increased in the following years. In MayNur al-Din died, leaving behind one young son and a gaggle of family members who vied for control of his kingdom.The Book of Saladin: A Novel by Tariq Ali.
Depending on the culture we were brought up in, Salah el-Din el-Ayyouby (Saladin) was either a heroic Muslim liberator, fighting his way through hordes of infidels and crusaders to liberate Jerusalem, or he was a mythical, barbaric monster who cheated, bribed and assassinated his way to power and in the process destroyed the Latin Kingdom in the.