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04/2010, ISBN 1405155981, Volume 2, 20
This chapter contains sections titled: I Introduction Parameters al‐Mas‘ūdī al‐Ma'mūn and the Great Pyramid ‘Abd al‐Latīf Islamic Egypt and Modern Egypt... 
reception of Pharaonic Egypt in Islamic Egypt | Islamic Egypt and Modern Egypt ‐ borderland between “Islamic Egypt” and “Modern Egypt” | question of when (or if) ‐ so‐called Islamic period came to an end | Al‐Idrīsī's veracity, on matter of pyramids ‐ notwithstanding, much of the material on ancient Egypt | al‐Ma'mūn and the Great Pyramid | Al‐Maqrīzī's account of pyramids ‐ known in Europe as early as 1801 | pre‐modern era, Egypt subject to caliphs of Medina | pyramids, attracting attention of the caliph al‐Mamūn | writings of al‐Mas‘ūdī, historian and a geographer ‐ how educated Arabic‐speaking visitors viewed Egypt in the early Islamic period | “The Reception of Pharaonic Egypt in Islamic Egypt,” raising two problems of definition | Al-Ma'mūn and the Great Pyramid | Al-Maqrīzī's account of pyramids - known in Europe as early as 1801 | Question of when (or if) - so-called Islamic period came to an end | Al-Idrīsī's veracity, on matter of pyramids - notwithstanding, much of the material on ancient Egypt | Islamic Egypt and Modern Egypt - borderland between "Islamic Egypt" and "Modern Egypt" | Pyramids, attracting attention of the caliph al-Mamūn | "The Reception of Pharaonic Egypt in Islamic Egypt," raising two problems of definition | Pre-modern era, Egypt subject to caliphs of Medina | Writings of al-Mas'ūdī, historian and a geographer - how educated Arabic-speaking visitors viewed Egypt in the early Islamic period | Reception of Pharaonic Egypt in Islamic Egypt
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