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Muslim sea-power in the eastern Mediterranean

Aly Mohamed Fahmy

Muslim sea-power in the eastern Mediterranean

from the seventh to the tenth century A.D. (studies in naval organisation)

by Aly Mohamed Fahmy

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Published by Tip. Don Bosco in [London] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Islamic Empire
    • Subjects:
    • Naval art and science -- History.,
    • Islamic Empire -- Navy.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [167]-188.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsV45 .F3
      The Physical Object
      Pagination194 p.
      Number of Pages194
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6089548M
      LC Control Number51005261
      OCLC/WorldCa4862988

      Studies in sea-power in the eastern Mediterranean in the century following the death of Alexander. Format Book Published [Princeton, N.J., s.n.] Description Thesis - Princeton University. Notes Photocopy. Bibliography: l. Subject headings Aegean Sea--History. Mediterranean Region- . Here Molly Greene moves beyond the hostile “Christian” versus “Muslim” divide that has colored many historical interpretations of the early modern Mediterranean, and reveals a society with a far richer set of cultural and social dynamics. She focuses on Crete, which the .

      In addition to Muslims, what other groups live in the Eastern Mediterranean nations? Christians, and Jews, Druze and Christians of the Maronite p in book Kurds. This book addresses the similarities and differences in the role played by law and religion in various societies across the Eastern Mediterranean. The book approaches these subjects in an all-encompassing manner, looking in detail at the notion of law and religion in the Eastern Mediterranean as a whole in both the geographical as well as the.

      Start studying AP Human Geography Chapter 6 Review. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Control of the Mediterranean had been the key to wealth and power in the Western world of antiquity. It was the core of the Roman Empire, which made it into the ‘mare nostrum’ (‘our sea’).Upon the fall of Rome, the Eastern Empire under Byzantium inherited sway over the sea and struggled for centuries to maintain it against barbarian incursions and the onslaught of Islam.


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