Das Aleppiner Kalifat (A.D. 1261): Vom Ende Des Kalifates in Bagdad Über Aleppo Zu Den Restaurationen in Kairo

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BRILL, 1994 - 424 Seiten
The end of the Abbasid caliphate in Baghdad during the Mongol wars of the 13th century was one of the decisive events of Islamic history. "Das Aleppiner Kalifat (A.D. 1261)" deals with the fate of the institution from the Mongol sack of Baghdad through the short-lived Aleppine caliphate to its restoration, in Mamluk Cairo. The often parallel developments and motivations of the historical figures are analyzed step-by-step. The author explores the relations between the events, revealing the contingent character of the restoration. The key for the new interpretation is the Aleppine caliphate. Emphasis is given to the changing patterns of legitimization and of representation of political power. An extensive political chronography and a detailed numismatic corpus for all major towns in the regions (Egypt, Syria, Northern Mesopotamia, Iraq) and period concerned (1257-1262) serve as reference.
 

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Inhalt

AlMustacsim billah
27
AlHakim biAmrillah
71
AlMustansir billah
91
ÄqqüS alBurlt
109
ÄqqüS alBurlt und alHaim biAmrillah
131
AlHakim biAmrillah und alMustansir billah
145
AlHakim biAmrillah und Berke
159
Das Kalifat AlHakim biAmrillahs in Kairo
177
Zusammenfassende Darstellung
195
Herrschaftschronographie und Münzprägung
205
12Tafeln
351
Die Genealogien von alHakim biAmrillah
373
Literatur
379
Register
403
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Über den Autor (1994)

Stefan Heidemann, Ph.D. (1993) in Islamic Sciences, Free University Berlin. He has published on Islamic history, numismatics and modern economic development policy in Egypt.

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