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Caliphate of Al-RaDi Billah Abu ‘L- ‘Abbas Mohammed son of Muqtadir in the year 322.

The Eclipse of the ‘Abbasid Caliphate : Classical Writings of the Medieval Islamic World

I.B.Tauris, 2015

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...WHEN the Saji and Hujari retainers had arrested Qahir, they found their way to the place (290) wherein Abu ‘l- ‘Abbas son of Muqtadir was housed, their guide being a deputy of ZAIRAK the serving-man. Opening the door, they entered...

The Caliphate of Al-Qahir Billah Abu Mansur Mohammed son of Mu ‘Tadid.

The Eclipse of the ‘Abbasid Caliphate : Classical Writings of the Medieval Islamic World

I.B.Tauris, 2015

Book chapter

...In the year 320. WHEN Muqtadir was put to death and his head brought into the presence of Mu ‘nis, he burst into tears, saying: You have killed him ! By Allah we shall all be killed ! The least you can do is to declare that this happened...

Account of the Caliphate of Muti‘ and the Experiences through which he Passed.

The Eclipse of the ‘Abbasid Caliphate : Classical Writings of the Medieval Islamic World

I.B.Tauris, 2015

Book chapter

...Ibn Shirzad, without taking the title vizier, acted as his vizier in the administration of affairs and provincial appointments, and chose as the Caliph’s private secretary and as his deputy Abu’L-HAsan TAzad B. ‘Isa. Muti appointed as his...

Caliphate Of Al-Mustakfi Billah.

The Eclipse of the ‘Abbasid Caliphate : Classical Writings of the Medieval Islamic World

I.B.Tauris, 2015

Book chapter

...This heading is omitted by the author or by his copyist. He does not even state that the son of Muktafi took this title. (76) Account of the expedition of the Prince Ahmad b. Buwaihi to the Diyala. Prior to the accession of Mustakfi...

Caliphate of Al-Muttaqi Billah Abu Ishaq Ibrahim son of Muqtadir.

The Eclipse of the ‘Abbasid Caliphate : Classical Writings of the Medieval Islamic World

I.B.Tauris, 2015

Book chapter

...When RAdi was dead, the question of the succession was left standing until Abu ‘Abdallah Kufi should arrive from Wasit. A guard was set over the Palace, and the orders of Bachkam concerning the appointment to the Caliphate were awaited...

Caliphate of Al-Ta’I‘ Lillah.

The Eclipse of the ‘Abbasid Caliphate : Classical Writings of the Medieval Islamic World

I.B.Tauris, 2015

Book chapter

...His name was ‘ABD al-Karim Abu Bakr. Miskawaihi is careless in not stating this here. Account of the causes which produced civil strife among the populace, which led to the devastation of Baghdad. When the mob with which we have been...

Continuation of “The Experiences of the Nations.”

The Eclipse of the ‘Abbasid Caliphate : Classical Writings of the Medieval Islamic World

I.B.Tauris, 2015

Book chapter

...Account of the affairs of ‘Adud al-daulah on his expedition to the Jabal. He started at the head of his army on Saturday 3 Dhu’l-Hijjah (June 19, 980) having in his company ABU ‘ABD ALLAH HUSAIN B. SA’DAN to see to the execution of orders...

21  In the name of God the Merciful, the Compassionate and in Him the assistance

Diplomacy in the Early Islamic World : A Tenth-Century Treatise on Arab-Byzantine Relations

I.B. Tauris, 2015

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...Bi-smi’llāhi-’l-raḥmāni-’l-raḥīmi; EI2, 1, ‘Basmala’ (B. Carra De Vaux [L. Gardet]), 1084–5; EQ, 1, ‘Basmala’ (W. A. Graham), 207–12; A. Jeffery, The foreign vocabulary of the Qur’ān (Baroda, 1938), 140–1; J. Jomier, ‘The divine name...

58 Chapter fifteen

Diplomacy in the Early Islamic World : A Tenth-Century Treatise on Arab-Byzantine Relations

I.B. Tauris, 2015

Book chapter

...This is chapter sixteen in the manuscript.Concerning the practice of QurayshThe Prophet Muḥammad’s tribe. See EI2, 5, ‘Ḳuraysh’ (W. M. Watt), 434–5. EQ, 4, ‘Quraysh’ (U. Rubin), 329–333. see Crone, 224–6; Donner, Conquests, 77–82; EQ, 5...

61 Chapter seventeen

Diplomacy in the Early Islamic World : A Tenth-Century Treatise on Arab-Byzantine Relations

I.B. Tauris, 2015

Book chapter

...This is chapter eighteen in the manuscript.Concerning prohibition against being open with messengers in public. The advantage that they should be prevented from [obtaining].Wa ’l-man‘i min jidālihim. Lane, 1, pt. 2, 393, pt. 8, 3024–5...