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It therefore covers the two Frankish expeditions to Egypt and the Mamluks' final
victory in Syria. Text: M. Ziyade's edition, Cairo, 1934. IBN AL-FURAT Nasir ad-
Din Ibn al-Furat (Cairo 735/1334-807/1405) was, like Maqrizi and almost all his ...
Part Four THE MAMLUKS AND THE LIQUIDATION OF THE CRUSADERS
CHAPTER ONE Between 1265 and 1291 three Mamluk Sultans, Baibars PART
FOUR THE MAMLUKS AND THB LIQUIDATION OF THE CRUSADERS.
... the support of the neighbouring castles; he therefore stationed, 1,000 aqjiyya
(?) infantry there, catapulters and fighting men, and 400 craftsmen, a group of
amirs 'with bands', and Bahrite, Salihite and Mansurite mamluks;1 550 men in all.
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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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