The Life of Saladin : From the Works of Baha Ad-Din and Imad Ad-Din

By (author) Gibb, Sir Hamilton

Saladin, the Kurdish founder of the Ayyubid Dynasty, conquered Jerusalem in 1187 and repelled the Crusaders. Though he was later defeated by England's Richard I, Saladin's great skill and honourable conduct would become enshrined in European as well as Muslim lore. Sir Hamilton Gibb, Oxford University's formidable Orientalist scholar, was an admirer of Saladin. He produced this short biographical account by drawing from two chronicles written by well-placed contemporaries of the legendary leader. Meticulously annotated, Gibb's classic is an essential reference for historians as well as an excellent introduction to a fascinating historical figure.

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  • Foreword by Robert Irwin

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書名 The Life of Saladin : From the Works of Baha Ad-Din and Imad Ad-Din
著作者等 Gibb, Sir Hamilton
書名別名 From the Works of Baha Ad-Din and Imad Ad-Din
シリーズ名 Saqi Essentials S.
出版元 Saqi Books
刊行年月 2006.09.06
版表示 2 Rev ed
ページ数 94p
大きさ H195 x W130
ISBN 9780863569289
言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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