Monday, 27 November 2017


  • Mamluk - Wikipedia

    • More specifically, it refers to: Ghaznavids of Greater Khorasan Khwarazmian dynasty in Transoxiana Mamluk Dynasty Mamluk Sultanate Bahri dynasty Burji dynasty Mamluk Dynasty The most enduring Mamluk realm was the knightly military caste in Egypt in the Middle Ages, which developed from the ranks of slave soldiers. These were mostly enslaved Turkic peoples, Egyptian Copts, Circassians, Abkhazians, and Georgians. Many Mamluks were also of Balkan origin. The "mamluk phenomenon", a…
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  • Mamluk | Islamic dynasty |

    Kidipede History for Kids - The Mamluks; The Metropolitan Museum of Art - The Art of the Mamluk Period; Tour Egypt - Mameluke Period; Article History. Feedback
  • Mamluk Sultanate (Cairo) - Wikipedia

    Name. The term Mamluk Sultanate is a modern historiographical term. The Arabic sources for the period of the Bahri Mamluks refer to the dynasty as the State/Realm of ...
  • The Mamluks | History Today

    The Mamluks ruled Egypt and Syria from 1250 until 1517, when their dynasty was extinguished by the Ottomans.
  • Who Were the Mamluks in Asian History? - ThoughtCo

    Who were the Mamluks? What was their role in history? Find out about these fearsome warrior-slaves here.
  • The Mamluks, In Our Time - BBC Radio 4

    26/09/2013 · Video embedded · Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the Mamluks, medieval rulers of Egypt and Syria.
  • Mamluks - New World Encyclopedia

    Overview. The first Mamluks served the Abbasids caliphs in ninth-century Baghdad. The Abbasids recruited them mainly from Turkic non-Muslims captured in areas north ...
  • Mamluks - Europa Universalis 4 Wiki

    The Mamluks control Egypt and Syria at the start of the game, but were historically conquered by the Ottomans in the 16th century. They guarantee the independence of ...
  • Mamluk | Military Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

    Ottoman Mamluk heavy cavalry armour, circa 1550. Under the Mamluk Sultanate of Cairo, mamluks were purchased while still young and were raised in the barracks of the ...

  • Mamelukes of the Imperial Guard - Wikipedia
    The Mamelukes of the Imperial Guard was a cavalry squadron of Napoleon I's Imperial Guard. Napoleon formed his own Mamluk corps, the last known Mamluk force, in the ...
  • French Invasion of Egypt, 1798-1801 -

    Account of the French Invasion of Egypt, 1798-1801. ... she had been ruled by the Mamluks, ... Napoleon’s expedition included 30,000 infantry,