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by Roger Le Tourneau

eBook Almohad Movement in North Africa in the 12th and 13th Centuries (Princeton Legacy Library) download ISBN: 0691030758
Author: Roger Le Tourneau
Publisher: Princeton University Press (June 21, 1969)
Language: English
Pages: 127
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In the fall of 1959 I gave three public lectures on the Almohad movement as part of the Class of 1932 Lectureship at Princeton University

Series: Princeton Legacy Library. eISBN: 978-1-4008-7669-3. Subjects: History, Religion. In the fall of 1959 I gave three public lectures on the Almohad movement as part of the Class of 1932 Lectureship at Princeton University. This allowed me to develop the subject further and to present it in a more scholarly way.

Published December 8th 2015 by Princeton University Press. 0691621810 (ISBN13: 9780691621814).

Professor Le Tourneau presents his reflections on the place of the movement in. .

Professor Le Tourneau presents his reflections on the place of the movement in history as well as on its influence in present-day Africa. His principal aim is to elucidate how the Almohads managed to unite all of North Africa and Spain in one empire, and why they ultimately failed to hold their empire together.

Publisher:Princeton University Press.

book by Roger Le Tourneau. Professor Le Tourneau presents his reflections on the place of the movement in history as well as on its influence in present-day Africa. Publisher:Princeton University Press.

Additional Information. Published by: Princeton University Press. Series: Princeton Legacy Library. Almohad Movement in North Africa in the 12th and 13th Centuries.

Professor Le Tourneau presents his reflections on the place of the movement in history as well as on its influence in. He also shows that some of the essential factors in Almohad society are still influential in Africa today and that the Almohad experience can aid contemporary promoters of North African unity and prevent them from repeating the mistakes of the twelfth-century rulers.Originally published in 1969

Professor Le Tourneau presents his reflections on the place of the movement in history as well as on its influence in present-day Africa. Originally published in 1969.

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Originally published: Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1969. This is an analysis of the powerful Islamic religious movement, initiated by Ibn T?mart among the Berber tribesmen of North Africa, which culminated in the creation of the huge Almohad empire in the twelfth century. Professor Le Tourneau presents h. Specifications. Princeton Legacy Library. Princeton University Press.

International Journal of Middle East Studies. Volume 1 Issue 3. Roger le Tourneau

International Journal of Middle East Studies. Roger le Tourneau, English Français. International Journal of Middle East Studies. Roger le Tourneau, The Almohad Movement in North Africa in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries (Princeton University Press, Princeton, . 1969), pp. viii + 127. $ . 0. Peter von Sivers (a1).

This is an analysis of the powerful Islamic religious movement, initiated by Ibn Tūmart among the Berber tribesmen of North Africa, which culminated in the creation of the huge Almohad empire in the twelfth century. Professor Le Tourneau presents his reflections on the place of the movement in history as well as on its influence in present-day Africa. His principal aim is to elucidate how the Almohads managed to unite all of North Africa and Spain in one empire, and why they ultimately failed to hold their empire together. He also shows that some of the essential factors in Almohad society are still influential in Africa today and that the Almohad experience can aid contemporary promoters of North African unity and prevent them from repeating the mistakes of the twelfth-century rulers.

Originally published in 1969.

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