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Kingship and Ideology in the Islamic and Mongol Worlds
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  • Page extent: 250 pages
  • Size: 228 x 152 mm
  • Weight: 0.54 kg
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 (ISBN-13: 9780521852654)

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  • Published January 2008

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$118.00 (C)

What were the attitudes to diplomacy and kingship in the medieval Islamic world? Anne Broadbridge explores the ideologies of two different powers, the Mongol Khanates of the Golden Horde in Iran and Anatolia and the Mamluk Sultans of Syria and Egypt, who ruled from the thirteenth to the fifteenth century.

Contents

Introduction; 1. The ideology and the diplomacy; 2. The establishment of ideologies (1260–1293/ 658–93); 3. The age of Ilkhanid conversion (1295–1316/694–716); 4. The age of patronage and Muslim supremacy (1317–41/717–41); 5. Mamluk regional sovereignty and the post-Ilkhanid order (1335–82/736–84); 6. The Temürid invasions and the destruction of Mamluk sovereignty (1382–1404/784–807); Epilogue; Bibliography.

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