Al Azhar University and Mosque Cairo, Fatimid Egypt (970~972 AD)

Non-Muslim Communities in Fatimid Egypt

New Issue of Medieval Encounters focus on Non-Muslim Communities in Fatimid Egypt (10th–12th Centuries CE)

Medieval Encounters, Vol. 21 (2015) No. 4 – 5: Non-Muslim Communities in Fatimid Egypt (10th–12th Centuries CE), 2015
ISSN: 1380-7854
E-ISSN: 1570-0674

Table of Contents:

  • Non-Muslim Communities in Fatimid Egypt (10th–12th Centuries CE)
    Authors: Johannes den Heijer; Yaacov Lev and Mark N. Swanson
  • The Fatimid Empire and its Population
    Authors: Johannes den Heijer; Yaacov Lev and Mark N. Swanson
  • Re-Envisioning Persecution: Imagining a Converted World
    Author: Maryann M. Shenoda
  • The Martyrdom of Jirjis (Muzāḥim): Hagiography and Coptic Orthodox Imagination in Early Fatimid Egypt
    Author: Mark N. Swanson
  • The Martyrdom of Bifām Ibn Baqūra al-Ṣawwāf by Mawhūb ibn Manṣūr ibn Mufarrij and Its Fatimid Background
    Author: Johannes den Heijer
  • The Melkites in Fatimid Egypt and Syria (1021–1171)
    Author: Johannes Pahlitzsch
  • Dhimmīs in Fatimid Egypt: A View from the Islamic West
    Author: Maribel Fierro
  • The Legal Status of Ḏimmī-s in the Islamic West (Second/Eighth–Ninth/Fifteenth Centuries) , written by Maribel Fierro and John Tolan (eds.)
    Author: Eva Lapiedra Gutiérrez
  • Christen und Muslime im Andalus. Andalusische Christen und ihre Literatur nach religionspolemischen Texten des zehnten bis zwölften Jahrhunderts , written by Daniel Potthast
    Author: Delfina Serrano
  • Corrigendum to: A New Set of Glosses to the Latin Qurʾān Made by Nicholas of Cusa (MS Vat. Lat. 4071) (Medieval Encounters 21 (2015)
    Author: José Martínez Gázquez
    pp.: 541–542 (2)

Medieval Encounters is a journal published by Brill. It promotes discussion and dialogue across cultural, linguistic and disciplinary boundaries about the interactions of Jewish, Christian and Muslim culture during the period from the 4th through the 15th century C.E.

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Fatimid Egypt is known for its prominent architecture: Al Azhar University and Mosque Cairo Egypt (970~972 AD)