The Lands of the Eastern Caliphate Mesopotamia, Persia, and Central Asia from the Moslem Conquest to the Time of Timur

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CUP Archive, 1993 - 536 pages
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Contents

CHAPTER I
1
The division of Mesopotamia Northern and Southern Irak or Babylonia
24
CHAPTER III
39
CHAPTER IV
53
The bifurcation of the Euphrates The Sura channel Kasr Ibn Hubayrah
70
CHAPTER VI
86
CHAPTER VII
101
CHAPTER VIII
115
CHAPTER XVIII
262
CHAPTER XIX
275
CHAPTER XX
288
The live districts of Kirman The two capitals Sirjan the first capital
299
CHAPTER XXII
311
CHAPTER XXIII
322
The Province of Makran with part of Sijistan p
323
CHAPTER XXIV
334

BiladarRum or the Greek country The line of fortresses from Malatiyah
127
CHAPTER X
144
CHAPTER XI
159
CHAPTER XII
172
The province of JibS I or Irak Ajam with its four districts Kirmasin
186
CHAPTER XIV
200
CHAPTER XV
214
CHAPTER XVI
232
FARS
248
The Provinces of Fars and Kirman p
249
The Provinces of Khurasan Kuhistan with part of Sijistan
335
KUHISTAN
352
CHAPTER XXVI
364
CHAPTER XXVII
382
CHAPTER XXVIII
397
K H u RAsA N continued
407
CHAPTER XXX
420
CHAPTER XXXI
433
CHAPTER XXXII
446
CHAPTER XXXIII
460

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