Query : époque mamelouke
- Berriah, Mehdi1
- Gayraud, Roland-Pierre1
- Ghazi, Emad Abou1
- Guionova, Guergana1
- Marino, Danilo1
- Oualdi, M’hamed1
- Shaddoud, Ibrahim1
- Tréglia, Jean-Christophe1
- Archaeology and Prehistory2
- Architecture and Space Management1
- Cultural Heritage and Museology1
Comments on language through the study of notarial acts of the mamelouke era
The following study focuses on the language of documents dating from the Mamelouks Circassiens. These are thirty private documents drawn up between the year 784 and 929 of the Hégire (1382-1517) by registrars and relate to transactions relating to the sale or exchange of waqf property (religious pro...
Stories of hashish eaters in the Mamlūk period : a study and a partial critical edition of the Rāḥat al-arwāḥ fī l-ḥašīš wa-l-rāḥ of Badr al-Dīn Abū l-Tuqā al-Badrī (847-894/1443-1489)
In this study we explore the link between hashish and humor through the analysis of Arabic stories contained in the Rāḥat al-arwāḥ fī l-ḥašīš wa-l-rāḥ (“The delight of the souls on hashish and wine”), written by Badr al-Dīn Abū l-Tuqā al-Badrī (847-894/1443-1489), that exists in four manuscripts of...
New pottery production centre in North Lebanon: Enfeh’s workshop at the time of mamelouke
Loiseau Julien, Les Mamelouks xiiie-xvie century. An experience of power in medieval Islam, Paris, Seuil, 2014, 448 p.
Ni ‘a summary of the history of the mamelouk sultanate, nor a comprehensive picture of the mamelouke era’, this book seeks, according to its author, to re-locate these state servoppers, often of homelessness in society of their times, Egypt and bilâd al-Shâm from the eighteenth to the fifteenth cent...
Representations, sunnanisation and sacralisation of furūsiyya at the time of mamelouke (18th century)
Unau Cavaliers, the Mamelouks were the uncontested masters of furūsiyya at their time. As a result of the combination of different equestrian and guerrian cultures, this art, which can be described as martial, was brought to its foothold by the Mamelouks, who, through its regular practice, make a so...
Ceramics with a mamelouke occupancy level at Istabl Antar/Fostat (Cairo, Egypt)