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by Bethany Walker

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Author: Bethany Walker
ISBN: 0970819978
ISBN13: 978-0970819970
Language: English
Publisher: Middle East Documentation Center (December 31, 2011)
Pages: 338
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Chicago: Centre for Middle Eastern Studies, University of Chicago, 2011. Article in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 75(03):572-574 · October 2012 with 4 Reads. How we measure 'reads'.

Chicago: Centre for Middle Eastern Studies, University of Chicago, 2011. ISBN 978 0 9708199 7 0. BethanyWalker: Jordan in the Late Middle Ages. Transformation of the Mamluk Frontier. Chicago Studies on the Middle East.

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This book explores the transformation of the Mamluk state from the perspective of the Jordanian frontier . Hardcover, 348 pages. Published December 31st 2011 by Middle East Documentation Center (first published July 1st 2011).

This book explores the transformation of the Mamluk state from the perspective of the Jordanian frontier, considering the actions of local people in molding both the state and their own societies in the post-plague er. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. Stephen McPhillips (a1). University of Copehagen. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 23 October 2012. Your name Please enter your name. Who would you like to send this to?

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Subjects: Archaeology, Middle East Studies, Social Sciences, Area Studies. Jordan in the Late Middle Ages: Transformation of the Mamluk Frontier by Bethany J. Walker (pp. 160-164). Collections: Arts & Sciences II Collection, JSTOR Essential Collection.

Walker, Bethany . 2010, Jordan in the Late Middle Ages: Transformation of the Mamluk Frontier, Chicago: Middle East Documentation Center, University of Chicago (Chicago Studies on the Middle East Monograph Series 2011)

Walker, Bethany . 2010, Jordan in the Late Middle Ages: Transformation of the Mamluk Frontier, Chicago: Middle East Documentation Center, University of Chicago (Chicago Studies on the Middle East Monograph Series 2011). Westermann, Georg, 1956, Atlas zur Weltgeschichte, Braunschweig: Westermann Verlag. Whiting, . 2007, Complexity and diversity in the late Iron Age Southern Levant: the investigations of Edomite archaeology and scholarly discourse, Oxford: Archaeopress (BAR 1672)

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Middle East Documentation Center (December 31, 2011). The decline of the Mamluk Sultanate from the late fourteenth century is an important component of the larger transformation of the late medieval Levant. This book explores the transformation of the Mamluk state from the perspective of the Jordanian frontier, considering the actions of local people in molding both the state and their own societies in the post-plague era.

The crisis of the Late Middle Ages was a series of events in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries that brought centuries of European prosperity and growth to a halt

The crisis of the Late Middle Ages was a series of events in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries that brought centuries of European prosperity and growth to a halt. Three major crises led to radical changes in all areas of society: demographic collapse, political instabilities and religious upheavals.

Jordan in the Late Middle Ages. Transformation of the Mamluk frontier (Chicago, 2011). On Archives and Archaeology: Reassessing Mamlūk Rule from Documentary Sources and Jordanian Fieldwork. Watson, A. M. Agricultural Innovation in the Early Islamic World: The Difffusion of Crops and Farming Techniques, 700 – 1100. Watson, O. Ceramics from Islamic Lands: The Al-Sabah Collection. Wheatley, P. The Places Where Men Pray Together: Cities in Islamic lands, seventh through the tenth Centuries. Yāqūt, ibn ʿ Abd Allāh al-Ḥamawī

The decline of the Mamluk Sultanate from the late fourteenth century is an important component of the larger transformation of the late medieval Levant. In this centralized state, the Mamluks political culture has traditionally been defined by that of the imperial capital of Cairo. The political decline of the sultanate in Cairo has, then, come to define the many-faceted transformations of the entire region with the waning of the medieval era. The dynamics of change far from Cairo, in remote settlements on the imperial frontier, are, by contrast, relatively unknown. This book explores the transformation of the Mamluk state from the perspective of the Jordanian frontier, considering the actions of local people in molding both the state and their own societies in the post-plague era. Through a critical analysis of a wide range of economic and legal documents of the late Mamluk and early Ottoman periods, as well as data on rural society generated by recent archaeological research, the work documents the complex, dialectical relationships that always existed between the Mamluk state and the tribal societies of Jordan, as well as the flexible strategies pursued by both to adapt to changing circumstances during the late medieval period. It is ultimately a provincial perspective on imperial decline, reform, and rebirth that sheds new light on the mechanisms of socio-political and economic change through the experiences of ordinary people living on the margins of empire. The book is illustrated with more than two dozen photographs and 6 maps.
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