The Lands of the Eastern Caliphate
Cambridge University Press, 16 de jun de 2011 - 596 páginas
The Cambridge Geographical Series originated in the late nineteenth century as a means of providing introductory guides to a broad variety of topics. In this volume, which was first published in 1905, the focus is on the information gathered by medieval Arab, Persian and Turkish geographers, who described the Mesopotamia and Persia, together with the nearer parts of central Asia. The text is consummately researched, quoting from a broad range of sources, and containing numerous maps of the area during different periods. Written with the general reader in mind, this is a highly readable book that will be of value to anyone with an interest in the Middle East or historical geography.
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The division of Mesopotamia Northern and Southern Ireik or Babylonia
The bifurcation of the Euphrates The Sﬁra channel Kasr Ibn Hubayrah
RUM OR ASIA MINOR
Ray Varimin and Tihran Kazvin and the castle of Alamﬁt Zanjin
Division of province into ﬁve districts or Kiirahs The district of Ardashir
K HU RASAN continued
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The Lands of the Eastern Caliphate: Mesopotamia, Persia, and Central Asia ...
Guy Le Strange
Visualização parcial - 1905
3rd 9th 4th roth Abbasid according to Ibn according to Mustawfi already Arab Arab geographers Arrajan Baghdad Baladhuri Balkh bank Basrah bridge built Buyid Caliph called canal capital castle century chief town desert distance district Dujayl earlier Arab east eastward Euphrates exported famous fertile ﬁnally ﬁne ﬁrst ﬁve ﬂourishing ﬂowed fortiﬁed fortress Friday Mosque frontier gardens gates Hamadan Herat high road hill Ibn Batﬁtah Ibn Hawkal Ibn Rustah Ibn Serapion Irak irrigated Isfahan Istakhri Jibal Kazvini Kﬁfah Khurasan Khurasan road Kirman known lake lands leagues distant lying Maraghah markets Marv mentioned Mesopotamia miles Mongol Moslem mountains Mukaddasi describes Mustawfi Mustawfi describes Nahr Nahrawan neighbouring Omayyad Oxus palace Persian populous present day province river round ruins Saljﬁk Sassanian Shiraz Sirjan stood stream suburb Sultan surrounded Tabaristan thence Tigris Timur village wall Yakﬁt Yakﬂt Yakut Yazd Zaranj