Iraq After the Muslim Conquest

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Gorgias Press LLC, 2005 - 712 pagine
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Contributing to our understanding of the nature of historical continuity and change, this title compares conditions in late Sasanian and early Islamic Iraq in the seventh century AD, and depicts both the emergence of a local form of Islamic society and the interaction of Muslim conquerors from Arabia with the native population.
  

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Indice

Administrative Theory and Practice
27
Taxes
99
Administrative Geography
125
People
165
Aramaeans
169
Persians
181
Arabs Natives
214
Arabs Immigrants
236
Magians
280
Jews
306
Christians
332
Pagans and Gnostics
384
Muslims The Formation of the Community
431
Muslims Doctrines of Authority and Rebellion
467
Conclusion
507
Glossary
527

Arabs Assimilation and Social Change
254
Other Ethnic Groups
265
Religious Communities
275
Resources
537
Indexes
655
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