THE ECONOMIC CONTEXT OF THE CRUSADER MAMLUK TREATIES DURING THE REGION OF SULTAN BAYBARS (658/676, 1260/1277 AD)

Authors

  • Dr. Ammar Mardi Allawi
  • Mohammad Fadhel Ali

Keywords:

Economic, Crusader, Mamluk, Treaties, Sultan Baybars

Abstract

In researching the treaties concluded between the Mamluks on the one hand and the Crusaders on the other hand, I have studied the economic content of those treaties concluded between Sultan Baybars and the Crusaders were highlighted. Since Sultan Baybars, since assuming power, worked on conducting negotiations with the Crusaders and concluding commercial treaties, for two reasons: the first: Full-time for the challenges of the home front ; The second: is the financial return of the Sultanate through those agreements and the development of the commercial and economic activity of the state, and this is what we found through the economic content of the treaties that were concluded that returned to the Maliks with money, castles, and cities through the conditions they made and which forced the Crusaders to agree to them because of the power of the Mamluks in the region and the personality of Sultan Baybars and his strength And his courage.

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Published

2021-07-18

How to Cite

Dr. Ammar Mardi Allawi, & Mohammad Fadhel Ali. (2021). THE ECONOMIC CONTEXT OF THE CRUSADER MAMLUK TREATIES DURING THE REGION OF SULTAN BAYBARS (658/676, 1260/1277 AD). PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(08), 3143-3151. Retrieved from https://archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/9363