warriors of the Abbasid Caliphate

warriors of the Abbasid Caliphate

Angus Mcbride Unfortunately this is the end of my collection as of now of Angus Mcbride, but if I get more images I will do updates with those as well in the future. Well I guess its on to other artists till then...........

The Abbasid Caliph giving orders to a warlord, Jerusalem

The Abbasid Caliph giving orders to a warlord, Jerusalem

Islamic, Abbasid Caliphate. Al-Muqtadir ...

Islamic, Abbasid Caliphate. Al-Muqtadir ...

Haroon al-Rasheed was Abbasid Caliph who sent a reply to the Byzantine emperor Nikephoros I who refused to pay tribute that said "In the name of God the most merciful, From Amir al-Mu'minin Haroon al-Rasheed, commander of the faithful, to Nikephoros, dog of the Romans. Thou shalt not hear, thou shalt behold my reply". After campaigns in Asia Minor, Nikephoros was forced to conclude a treaty, with humiliating terms

Haroon al-Rasheed was Abbasid Caliph who sent a reply to the Byzantine emperor Nikephoros I who refused to pay tribute that said "In the name of God the most merciful, From Amir al-Mu'minin Haroon al-Rasheed, commander of the faithful, to Nikephoros, dog of the Romans. Thou shalt not hear, thou shalt behold my reply". After campaigns in Asia Minor, Nikephoros was forced to conclude a treaty, with humiliating terms

"Studies on the civilisational importance of Silk Roads and silk production in Iraq - During the Abbasid Caliphate which stretched to the borders of China, its capital Baghdad was a meeting point of the land and sea Silk Routes as well as an important trading centre. Several cities in Iraq became famous for the silk they produced and sold. Thus, for instance, Attabi silk textile from the region of Attabiya... and embroidered silk from Mosul was exported to various countries in Asia and…

"Studies on the civilisational importance of Silk Roads and silk production in Iraq - During the Abbasid Caliphate which stretched to the borders of China, its capital Baghdad was a meeting point of the land and sea Silk Routes as well as an important trading centre. Several cities in Iraq became famous for the silk they produced and sold. Thus, for instance, Attabi silk textile from the region of Attabiya... and embroidered silk from Mosul was exported to various countries in Asia and…

Islamic Silver Coin 179 AH Abbasid Caliphate Madinat Al-salam 100% Authenic - http://coins.goshoppins.com/medieval-coins/islamic-silver-coin-179-ah-abbasid-caliphate-madinat-al-salam-100-authenic/

Islamic Silver Coin 179 AH Abbasid Caliphate Madinat Al-salam 100% Authenic - http://coins.goshoppins.com/medieval-coins/islamic-silver-coin-179-ah-abbasid-caliphate-madinat-al-salam-100-authenic/

The populace pays allegiance to the new Abbasid Caliph, al-Ma'mun | by thesandiegomuseumofartcollection

The populace pays allegiance to the new Abbasid Caliph, al-Ma'mun | by thesandiegomuseumofartcollection

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