Urban autonomy in medieval Islam : Damascus, Aleppo, Cordoba, Toledo, Valencia and Tunis

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Urban autonomy in medieval Islam : Damascus, Aleppo, Cordoba, Toledo, Valencia and Tunis

by Fukuzo Amabe

(Islamic history and civilization, v. 128)

Brill, c2016

  • : hardback

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Includes bibliographical references and index

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内容説明

In Urban Autonomy in Medieval Islam Fukuzo Amabe offers the first in-depth study on autonomous cities in medieval Islam stretching from Aleppo and Damascus to Cordoba, Toledo and Valencia through Tunis during the late tenth to early twelfth centuries. Each city is treated separately to cull facts to prove its autonomy at least for a certain period. The Middle East was the first region to develop cities and then empires in ancient times. Furthermore, the Islamic world was the first to transform ancient political or farmer cities to economic and industrial ones consisting of notables and plebeians, followed by China, then parts of Western Europe.

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Introduction Chapter 1 Ninth-to-eleventh-century Baghdad: An early abortive Example Chapter 2 Damascus during the later tenth century Chapter 3 Aleppo during the eleventh to early twelfth centuries Chapter 4 Cordoba during the early decades of the eleventh century Chapter 5 Toledo during the eleventh century Chapter 6 Valencia during the later eleventh century Chapter 7 Tunis during the eleventh to twelfth centuries Conclusion Abbreviations Bibliography Index

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