2 edition of fiscal administration of Egypt in the early Islamic period found in the catalog.
fiscal administration of Egypt in the early Islamic period
|Series||Asian historical monographs -- 1|
|LC Classifications||HC830 .M6713 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 305 p. :|
|Number of Pages||305|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Morimoto, Kōsei. Fiscal administration of Egypt in the early Islamic period.
Kyoto: Dohosha, (OCoLC) Egypt was ruled by various dynasties from the start of Islamic control in until the (brief) end of it in the early 16th century. The Umayyad period lasted from until Next came the Abbasid period which focused on taxes and centralizing power. The Qur'anic revelations were being used in early Muslim worship and memorised by the faithful.
Like Moses before him, Muhammad, the 'seal of the Prophets', was involved in social action as well as preaching. The formation of the Islamic empire, which followed the death of the Prophet infalls conveniently but not rigidly into two phases.
The Fiscal Administration of Egypt in the Early Islamic Period. Kyoto: Dohosha, North, Douglass C. Institutions, Institutional Change and Economic by: 4. Governorship of Egypt. Described as a mawla by the sources, al-Layth was appointed governor of Egypt in by the caliph Harun al-Rashid (r.
–), with authority over both prayers and security and taxation (). During his five-year administration, he reportedly maintained good relations with the local Christians, but he was also known as a strict enforcer of tax collection.
“This is a concise book worth both for its amount and variety of information, addressing a surprisingly wide range of scientific questions regarding the possibility of using material and textual evidence in the search of information on either the intellectual, or cultural, economic, and political history of Egypt and Palestine; furthermore, it offers a kick off for an in depth research to.
Her work focuses on early Islamic social and economic history, particularly administration and fiscal practice, non-Muslims under Muslim rule and multilingualism. Petra Sijpesteijn is professor of Arabic at Leiden University. She is currently PI of the ERC project Embedding Conquest: Naturalising Muslim Rule in the Early Islamic Empire ().
and to, The Fiscal Administration of Egypt in the Early Islamic Period (Kyoto,), Introduction. We can begin with a chapter in the Kita¯b al-Khara¯j attributed to the jurist. All governments need to borrow from the public. Known as domestic borrowing, this is not an easy process.
For Muslim countries, where interest is prohibited, this process becomes extra ordinarily difficult. I will start this article by examining the concept of uncertainty, gharar, in Islam and then move on to the origins of Islamic domestic borrowing, which is referred to in modern parlance as.
The conquering Christian administration, likewise, fully respected Islamic property rights and this was clearly seen after the conquest of Granada by the Catholic kings.
All in all the book makes an important contribution to the study of the post-conquest history of Sicily. Vizier, originally the chief minister or representative of the ʿAbbāsid caliphs and later a high administrative officer in various Muslim countries, among Arabs, Persians, Turks, Mongols, and other eastern peoples.
The office took shape during its tenure by the Barmakid (Barmecide) family in the. In the early period of Islam, justice was administered by Muhammad and the orthodox Caliphs in person. After the expansion of the Islamic State, Umar al-Faruq had to separate judiciary from the general administration and appointed the first qadi in Egypt as early as AD /23 AH.
Aftera series of judges served in Egypt during the Capital: Damascus, (–), Harran, (–). Domestic borrowing without the rate of interest: gharar and the origins of sukuk. By Murat Cizakca. Fiscal Administration of Egypt in the Early Islamic Period, (Kyoto: Dohosha, ().
Hidayat. Studies in the Islamic Law of Contracts: The Prohibition of Gharar (Kuala Lumpur: International Law Book Author: Murat Cizakca. Shariah, the fundamental religious concept of Islam—namely, its law. The religious law of Islam is seen as the expression of God’s command for Muslims and, in application, constitutes a system of duties that are incumbent upon all Muslims by virtue of their religious belief.
In its economic outlook released on Monday, the World Bank forecast real GDP in Egypt to grow by five per cent in fiscal year and to increase gradually to per cent by Here, we step straight into the period of the Early Caliphate, beginning with Abu Bakr (Caliph ), then Omar (Caliph ), then ‘Uthman (Caliph ), and finally Ali (Caliph ).
It is precisely during this period, as history shows us, that some of the fundamental, concretely observable today, or through history. Browse or download the Contents of all volumes.
Complete volumes and individual articles, as well as book reviews, are available for download on [email protected], where it is also possible to search across all volumes of volume has a unique DOI, as does each article. Jennifer A. Cromwell: Recording Village Life Textgröße: A A A Jennifer Cromwell has established herself as an authority on all aspects of the scribal culture of late antique and early Islamic Egypt, as the breadth of her own publications in this book's bibliography makes clear.
Lecture 15 - Islamic Conquests and Civil War Overview. In this lecture, Professor Freedman discusses the Islamic conquests. Although they were in some sense religiously motivated, Arab did not attempt to forcibly convert or eradicate Jews, Christians, or other non-Muslims.
War, the most profitable economic activity in the ancient world, transferred wealth from the vanquished to the victor. Invasions, sieges, massacres, annexations, and mass deportations all redistributed property with dramatic consequences for kings and commoners alike.
No conqueror ever captured more people or property in so short a lifetime than Alexander the Great in the late fourth century BC. This article outlines the administrative geography of Egypt under the Graeco-Macedonian regime and as it evolved over the next millennium. This information comes from papyri and ostraca—sources that differ from the material evidence of archaeological finds yet are not so distant from these as literary evidence often is.
What makes papyrological texts so informative is their being on the same Author: Maria Rosaria Falivene.The Mahdist State, also known as Mahdist Sudan or the Sudanese Mahdiyya, was a religious and political movement launched in by Muammad Ahmad bin Abdullah (later Muhammad al-Mahdi) against the Khedivate of Egypt, which had ruled the Sudan since After four years of struggle, the Mahdist rebels overthrew the Ottoman-Egyptian administration and established their own "Islamic and Common languages: Arabic, and other languages of .Presently, Index Islamicus contains overrecords, covering all the main Muslim areas of Asia and Africa, as well as Muslims living elsewhere, and their history, beliefs, societies, cultures, languages and includes material published by Western scholars in the fields of Humanities and Social Sciences, specialist area- and subject-based areas, and by Muslims writing in.