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Ts failure to live up to its revolutionary ideals and the gradual dissolution of a vast empire into lesser political entities The task of creating a political structure supported by viable institutions to rule their territories proved beyond the 'Abbasids Nor were they able to accomplish the economic integration of the empire largely because they could not reconcile the economic interests of the rapidly expanding urban centres with those of the rural communities The result was endemic revolts in rural areas notably those of Babak the Zanj and the aramitaThe wealth of the 'Abbasid empire attracted vast volumes of international trade Each region in the empire wished to pursue its own interest in this trade and competition for an ever larger share soon developed into uncontrollable interregi.
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Islamic History A New Interpretation A D 750 1055 A H 132 448 v 2[PDF / Epub] Islamic History: A New Interpretation: A.D.750 1055 (A.H.132 448) v. 2 Author M.A. Shaban Berkingmad.co.uk This book is a seuel to the author's Islamic History AD 600 750 AH 132 A New Interpretation It presents for the first time a clear narrative analysis of the central events in the Islamic domains betwe This book is a seuel A New ePUB to the author's Islamic History AD AH A New Interpretation It presents for the first time a clear narrative analysis Islamic History: PDF/EPUB ² of the central events in the Islamic domains between the rise of the 'Abbasids and the Salju invasion AD AH This period witnessed the establishment of a History: A New eBook new regime i.
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Characters ë Islamic History: A New Interpretation: A.D.750-1055 (A.H.132-448) v. 2 · PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook á [PDF / Epub] ☂ Islamic History: A New Interpretation: A.D.750-1055 (A.H.132-448) v. 2 Author M.A. Shaban – Berkingmad.co.uk This book is a seOnal strife Lacking political and economic organization to maintain the integrity of their empire the 'Abbasids resorted to military power Conseuently military leaders established their own rule in the regions and became powerful adversaries to central government On the other hand the local populations in the outer provinces rose under their chiefs and also became aggressive opponents It is these developments that explain the rise of the Tahirids Samanids Saffarids Buyids Ghaznavids Tulunids Hamdanids and other regional powergroupsDr Shaban also studies the rise to power of the Fatimids who established themselves in power in Tunisia and later in Egypt replacing the crumbling rule of military dynasties in both provinces The revolutionary idealism of the Fatimids however failed to win the s.