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Empire and elites after muslim conquest (The transformation of northern Mesopotamia)

Autor Chase F. Robinson

Editorial CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS

Empire and elites after muslim conquest (The transformation of northern Mesopotamia)
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The study of early Islamic history has flourished in recent years. Chase Robinson's book takes full account of the latest research, interweaving history and historiography to interpret the political, social, and economic transformations in the Mesopo...

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  • Editorial CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • ISBN13 9780521781152
  • ISBN10 0521781159
  • Tipo LIBRO
  • Páginas 206
  • Año de Edición 2000
  • Encuadernación Tela

Empire and elites after muslim conquest (The transformation of northern Mesopotamia)

Autor Chase F. Robinson

Editorial CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS

The study of early Islamic history has flourished in recent years. Chase Robinson's book takes full account of the latest research, interweaving history and historiography to interpret the political, social, and economic transformations in the Mesopo...

-5% dto.    107,16€
101,80€
Ahorra 5,36€
No disponible, consulte disponibilidad
Envío gratis
España peninsular

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The study of early Islamic history has flourished in recent years. Chase Robinson's book takes full account of the latest research, interweaving history and historiography to interpret the political, social, and economic transformations in the Mesopotamian region after the Islamic conquests. Using Arabic and Syriac sources, the author focuses on the Muslim and Christian elites, demonstrating that significant social change took place only at the end of the seventh century. This is a sophisticated study at the cutting-edge of a burgeoning field in Islamic studies.