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Ubi sumus? Quo vademus? : Mamluk studies, state of the art /
Stephan Conermann (ed.).
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Göttingen : V & R Unipress : Bonn University Press, 2013.
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362 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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9783847101000 (hd.bd.)
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Göttingen : V & R Unipress : Bonn University Press, 2013.
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Sources, which have so far often been overshadowed by chronicles and normative literature, are also the focus of interest of this book. Treatises against unacceptable innovations, pilgrims guidebooks, travel reports, prosopographical and biographical writings, journals and diaries, folk novels, documents and law manuals can provide us with valuable information. But what generally applies for Mamlukology is the fact that an enormous amount of fundamental work in the edition of texts remains yet to be done. Many Mamlukists are primarily engaged in this activity. It may also have been this unavoidable focus on handwritten materials that resulted in the fact that the scholars studying the Mamluk Era have only very rarely occupied themselves with interdisciplinary questions or theoretical hypotheses. Nevertheless, during the last ten years a lot of innovative research has been done in this field. For the first time, this book presents the state of the art with regards to the Mamluk Empire.

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