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empire of the Arabs

Glubb, John Bagot Sir

empire of the Arabs

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Published by Hodder and Stoughton in (London) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Arab countries -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Maps on end papers.

    Statementby Sir John Glubb.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination384 p. :
    Number of Pages384
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19355544M

    A thousand years on — and some years after its absorption into the Roman empire — Herakleopolis still sported a name that provided, on the banks of the Nile, a little touch of far-off Greece: "the city of Heracles". Such, of course, is the prerogative of fiction. No longer, by ADwere the Magaritai to be reckoned a novelty. Indeed, some nations are based on little more than a mythological view of the past and a hatred of foreigners. Shapur constructed a new city there and named it Batan Ardashir after his father. Kennedy writes further that the image of a warrior whose conquest in the name of God was stopped only by the ocean remains important in the history of the conquests.

    The sheep, according to a note added in Greek on the back, had been requisitioned by "Magaritai" — but who or what were they? Persian[ edit empire of the Arabs book During the last decades of the Sasanian empire, the frequent use of royal titles by Persian governors in Central Asia, especially in what is now Afghanistan, indicates a weakening of the power of the Shahinshah King of Kingssuggesting the empire was already breaking down at the time of the Muslim conquest. The contrast between Islam and the age that had preceded it was rendered in his biography as clear as that between midday and the dead of night. It is as if it is a recompense for allowing them to live in the land and for protecting their lives, property and dependents.

    Kennedy writes further that the image of a warrior whose conquest in the name of God was stopped only by the ocean remains important in the history of the conquests. These empire of the Arabs book became familiar with their area as seasons passed, and they struggled to survive during bad years when seasonal rainfall diminished. In 50 BC, the Greek historian Diodorus Siculus cited Hieronymus in his report, and added the following: "Just as the Seleucids had tried to subdue them, so the Romans made several attempts to get their hands on that lucrative trade. The city was captured by the Muslims the following morning with tactics similar to those that had been used by Khalid ibn Walid at Damascus. The Byzantines had anticipated that and so had strongly guarded the roads that led to the city and had fortified their garrison in the nearby town of Lahun.


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