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ISBN: 0748620087
Author: Alex Metcalfe
Language: English
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press; 1 edition (September 17, 2009)
Pages: 336
Category: World
Subcategory: History
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The author aims to provide both a survey and a monograph, a very difficult task, which he handles very well.

The author aims to provide both a survey and a monograph, a very difficult task, which he handles very well. On the one hand, it can be used as a reference book for any aspect of Muslim presence in Sicily and southern Italy in the medieval period; while at the same time it also offers fresh analysis, and is always challenging. - Yossef Rapoport, Journal of Islamic Studies.

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Pilgrims and Pilgrimage The Muslims of Medieval Italy. The Archaeology of the Islamic World. Alex Metcalfe, 2009 Edinburgh University Press Ltd 22 George Square, Edinburgh ww. uppublishing

This significant new work focuses on the formation andfragmentation of an Arab-Muslim state and its society in Sicily and southItaly between 800 and 1300 . Muslims of Medieval Italy The New Edinburgh Islamic Surveys.

This significant new work focuses on the formation andfragmentation of an Arab-Muslim state and its society in Sicily and southItaly between 800 and 1300, which led to the formation of an ian frontier during the age of the Crusades.

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The New Edinburgh Islamic Surveys is a well-established and highly-regarded series of over 30 volumes . Shelve The Muslims of Medieval Italy.

The New Edinburgh Islamic Surveys is a well-established and highly-regarded series of over 30 volumes introducing key areas within Islamic Studies. Each book is written by an expert in the field, offering an overview of its subject as well as presenting original thinking, making it suitable for students and academics alike. The Muslims of Medieval Italy.

The New Edinburgh Islamic Surveys. Published September 2009. Explores the formation of lasting Muslim-Christian frontiers in medieval Europe. Covers issues including Muslim-Christian relations, conquest, colonisation, conflict and acculturation, and the transmission and exchange of ideas from east to west.

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This significant new work focuses on the formation and disintegration of Arab-Muslim rule and society in Sicily and south Italy between 800 and 1300 which led to the creation of an enduring Muslim-Christian frontier during the age of the Crusades. It examines the long and short-term impact of Islamic authority and culture on these regions and how they later fell into the hands of European rulers, explaining how the Norman conquest of Sicily came to import radically different dynamics to the central Mediterranean. The change of ruling elites left a majority Muslim population under Christian rule, but the Sicilian kings also adopted and adapted political ideologies from south Mediterranean regimes while absorbing cultural influences from the diverse peoples over whom they ruled. This work provides an engaging, expert and wide-ranging introduction to the subject and offers fresh and clear insights into the politico-religious, socio-economic and cultural evolution of Europe and the Islamic world.

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