• Saif Hadi Ismail Al-Jubouri
  • Dr Emad Tali Mahdi Alnassery


political scene, Abbasid Caliphate, Ottoman Empire


The end of the Burjian Mamluk state (784-923 AH/1382-1517AD) witnessed the emergence of many events on the political scene, foremost of which was the end of the Abbasid Caliphate in Egypt, which was an extension of the Abbasid Caliphate that fell in Baghdad/1258 A.D. from 656AD. The Mamluks in general, and the Circassian tower age in particular, and the beginning of a new era represented by the establishment of the Ottoman Empire, and in view of the above, the importance of the research comes from that important historical era that constituted a turning point in the history of the Islamic countries, as it lies between two important beginning and end points represented by the end of the era of Islamic history and the beginning of the era of Islamic history. The modern history. Ibn al-Homsi amended and included him from your town, his support, his sun, his residence, and he included the year (784-923 / 1382-1517 AD), and Ibn alHomsi’s sign is the events of the time from the most important historical sources that spoke about the towering Mamluk state and its political events.

The research came in an introduction, a topic and a conclusion. The first topic was titled A luminous glimpse into the life of Ibn Al-Homsi (d. 934 AH), while the second research came with the title of political life in the era of Ibn Al-Homsi, as we wanted to search in the results we reached.


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Saif Hadi Ismail Al-Jubouri, & Dr Emad Tali Mahdi Alnassery. (2021). IBN AL-HOMSI (D. 934 AH) AND HIS POLITICAL ERA. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(7), 3393-3400. Retrieved from https://archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/9364