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MAQRIZI Taqi ad-Din al-Maqrizi (Cairo 776/1364-845/1442), a great scholar and
antiquarian, collected valuable material on the historical topography of Egypt. His
importance for our period lies in one of his historical works which is almost ...
The most important Arabic historians for this period are Ibn Wasil and Maqrizi: the
first a contemporary and sometimes an eye-witness of the events he records, the
second rather later, but here as elsewhere the compiler of earlier material.
Al-Malik az-Zafir, son of Saladin, 103 Al-Malik az-Zahir, see Baibars Al-Malik az-
Zahir, Prince of Aleppo, son of Saladin, 90, 103, 108, 212: at siege of Tyre, 179;
at siege of Acre, 192 Al-Maqrizi, see Maqrizi Al-Marqab, besieged and taken by ...
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A selection of the Arab point of view, and these are hard to find for the ordinary reader. I think the 4 sections cover the whole existence of the kingdom of Outremere, and only wish for more. Leggi recensione completa
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Very interesting as giving the "other side of the story" --though personally I do not find it more sympathetic than the Christian side Leggi recensione completa
The Franks take Maarrat anNuman
Bohemond is liberated and Baldwin defeated at Ramla
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