4 edition of Fatimid Armenians found in the catalog.
Seta B. Dadoyan
Includes bibliographical references (p. 193-199) and index.
|Statement||by Seta B. Dadoyan.|
|Series||Islamic history and civilization -- v. 18|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 214 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||214|
SETA B. DADOYAN, The Fatimid Armenians: Cultural and Political Interaction in the Near East, Islamic History and Civilization: Studies and Texts, vol. 18, ed. Ulrich. The Armenians in the Medieval Islamic World: Medieval Cosmopolitanism and Images of IslamThirteenth to Fourteenth Centuries - Ebook written by Seta B. Dadoyan. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Armenians in the Medieval Islamic World: Medieval .
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This first study of its kind cuts across and brings together the political and cultural histories of the medieval Near East. The peculiar episode of the Fatimid Armenians () and other phenomena earlier on are given their proper background and context; the 'Armenian Period' in the last century of the Fatimid Fatimid Armenians book in Egypt is shown to be a major phase in the perpetual alliance Cited by: 4.
Armenians in Egypt are a community with a long history. They are a minority with their own language, churches, and social institutions. The number of Armenians in Egypt has decreased due to migrations to other countries and integration into the rest of Egyptian society, including extensive intermarriage with Muslims and Christians.
Today they number aboutmuch smaller than a few. The peculiar episode of the Fatimid Armenians () and other phenomena earlier on are given their proper background and context; the 'Armenian Period' in the last century of the Fatimid caliphate in Egypt is shown to be a major phase in the perpetual alliance between Armenian sectarians and Muslims.
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[Seda Parsumean-Tatoyean] -- This volume contains 22 papers originally delivered at the Society of Biblical Literature's commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the discovery of the Nag Hammadi Library. Islamic History and Civilization, the Fatimid Armenians: Cultural and Political Interaction in the Near East (Studies in Christian Mission,) by Seta B Dadoyan () [Seta B Dadoyan;Seda Parsumean-Tatoyean;S B Dadoyan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.5/5(1).
Badr al-Jamali came to power in Egypt on the strength of his past ten years as Fatimid governor of Syria, first at Damascus, then at Acre.
The question of ‘the Fatimid Armenians’ and their history has attracted considerable interest in Armenian circles, and has most recently been addressed in English by Seta B. Dadoyan in The Fatimid : Michael Brett.
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The book traces the rise of the Fatimid dynasty in the 4th century AH/10th century CE, from its origins in Islamic messianism to power in North Africa and Egypt, and a central position of influence throughout the Muslim world.
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3 The Fatimid Armenians Translations of Islam into Power I. The Armenians in Egypt II. The Involvement of the Pro-Byzantine Armenian Institutions in Egypt A. Catholicos Grigor II Vkayaser (or Martyrophil) Pahlawuni B. Vizier Bahram al-Armani and Caliph al-Hafiz an Aborted "Crusade" III.
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It is the the most informative, concise and to the point compilatio. The Fatimid Caliphate was ruled by the al-Fātimiyyūn (Arabic: الفاطميون ) dynasty from 5 January to It was an Arab Shi'a dynasty It ruled the fourth and final Arab different times different areas of the Maghreb, Egypt, and the Levant belonged to the caliphate.
Egyptian city of Cairo was made the capital. The term Fatimite is sometimes used to refer to the Capital: Mahdia (), Cairo (). These Armenians thus form a distinct chapter in Fatimid his-tory and the phenomenon of their participation en masse in its final phase deserves considerable scholarly attention and study.
Therefore, given the inherent interest of the subject that is implied in Professor Dadoyan's title, students of Fatimid his-tory should be drawn to her book.
The Fatimid Armenians: Cultural and Political Interaction in the Near East (Islamic History and Civilization. Studies and Texts, V. 18) ; Seta B. Dadoyan; Hardcover; ISBN From Alexander the Great to Kèul Tegin: studies in Bactrian, Aramaic, Armenian, sources for the history of pre-Islamic Central Asia ; ISBN The Fatimid period was the golden age of Ismaili thought and literature, when Shi'ite Ismaili Imams ruled over the vast areas of the Muslim world and made important contributions to Islamic civilization.
Heinz Halm investigates from a historical perspective the intellectual traditions that developed among the Ismailis from the rise of the Fatimid state in North Africa to the cultural.
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In the tenth to twelfth centuries, an area including present-day Algeria, Tunisia, Sicily, Egypt, and Syria came under the rule of the Fatimid dynasty (–), an offshoot of a Shi’i sect from North Africa.The History of the Armenian Speaking People () By Michael Boyajian Published by Jera Studios Publishing pp Available on Amazon.
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