The Seljuqs : Politics, Society and Culture.

By: Lange, ChristianContributor(s): Mecit, Songül | Mecit, SongulPublisher: Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, 2011Copyright date: ©2011Description: 1 online resource (329 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780748647576Subject(s): Seljuks -- Civilization.;Seljuks -- Politics and government.;Turkey -- History -- To 1453Genre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Seljuqs : Politics, Society and CultureDDC classification: 956.014 LOC classification: DS27 -- .S45 2011ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Cover -- Copyright -- Contents -- Figures -- Acknowledgements -- Abbreviations -- Introduction -- PART I POLITICS -- Chapter 1 The Origins of the Seljuqs -- Chapter 2 Aspects of the court of the Great Seljuqs -- Chapter 3 'Sovereign and pious': the Religious life of the Great Seljuq sultans -- Chapter 4 Kingship and ideology under the Rum Seljuqs -- Chapter 5 Seljuq legitimacy in Islamic history -- PART II SOCIETY -- Chapter 7 Controlling and developing Baghdad: caliphs, sultans and the balance of power in the Abbasid capital (mid-5th/11th to late 6th/12th centuries) -- Chapter 8 The Seljuqs and the public sphere in the period of Sunni revivalism: the view from Baghdad -- Chapter 9 Changes in the office of Hisba under the Seljuqs -- Chapter 10 An emblematic family of Seljuq Iran: the Khujandis of Isfahan -- PART III CULTURE -- Chapter 11 Shiʿi jurisprudence during the Seljuq period: rebellion and public order in an illegitimate state -- Chapter 12 In defence of Sunnism: al-GhazaIi and the Seljuqs -- chapter 13 Arabic and Persian intertextuality in the Seljuq period: Hamidis Maqamat as a case study -- chapter 14 City building in Seljuq Rum -- chapter 15 The Seljuq monuments of Turkmenistan.
Summary: This volume seeks to fill the gap in the historiography of premodern Islam and is conceived as a new standard scholarly resource for those interested in the Seljuk period.
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Cover -- Copyright -- Contents -- Figures -- Acknowledgements -- Abbreviations -- Introduction -- PART I POLITICS -- Chapter 1 The Origins of the Seljuqs -- Chapter 2 Aspects of the court of the Great Seljuqs -- Chapter 3 'Sovereign and pious': the Religious life of the Great Seljuq sultans -- Chapter 4 Kingship and ideology under the Rum Seljuqs -- Chapter 5 Seljuq legitimacy in Islamic history -- PART II SOCIETY -- Chapter 7 Controlling and developing Baghdad: caliphs, sultans and the balance of power in the Abbasid capital (mid-5th/11th to late 6th/12th centuries) -- Chapter 8 The Seljuqs and the public sphere in the period of Sunni revivalism: the view from Baghdad -- Chapter 9 Changes in the office of Hisba under the Seljuqs -- Chapter 10 An emblematic family of Seljuq Iran: the Khujandis of Isfahan -- PART III CULTURE -- Chapter 11 Shiʿi jurisprudence during the Seljuq period: rebellion and public order in an illegitimate state -- Chapter 12 In defence of Sunnism: al-GhazaIi and the Seljuqs -- chapter 13 Arabic and Persian intertextuality in the Seljuq period: Hamidis Maqamat as a case study -- chapter 14 City building in Seljuq Rum -- chapter 15 The Seljuq monuments of Turkmenistan.

This volume seeks to fill the gap in the historiography of premodern Islam and is conceived as a new standard scholarly resource for those interested in the Seljuk period.

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