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Saladin and the Saracens
Language: en
Pages: 48
Authors: David Nicolle
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 1986-03-26 - Publisher: Osprey Publishing

Salah al Din Yusif ibn Ayyub, known to his Muslim contemporaries as al Nasi, 'The Victorious', and to an admiring Europe as Saladin, is the most famous single figure in the history of the Crusades, being even better known outside the English-speaking world than his Christian foe Richard the Lionheart.
Saladin and the saracens : armies of the Middle East 1100 - 1300
Language: en
Pages: 48
Authors: David Nicolle, Angus McBride
Categories: Ayyubids
Type: BOOK - Published: 1986 - Publisher:

"Salah al Din Yusif ibn Ayyub, known to his Muslim contemporaries as al Nasi, 'The Victorious', and to an admiring Europe as Saladin, is the most famous single figure in the history of the Crusades, being even better known outside the English-speaking world than his Christian foe Richard the Lionheart
Saladin and the Fall of the Kingdom of Jerusalem
Language: en
Pages: 386
Authors: David Nicolle, Angus McBride
Categories: Islamic Empire
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009 - Publisher: The Other Press

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Saladin and the Fall of Jerusalem
Language: en
Pages: 403
Authors: Stanley Lane-Poole
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-01-30 - Publisher: Ozymandias Press

SALADIN is one of the few Oriental Personages who need no introduction to English readers. Sir Walter Scott has performed that friendly office with the warmth and insight of appreciative genius. It was Saladin's good fortune to attract the notice not only of the great romancer, but also of King
Saint Francis and the Sultan
Language: en
Pages: 400
Authors: John V. Tolan
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009-03-26 - Publisher: OUP Oxford

In September, 1219, as the armies of the Fifth Crusade besieged the Egyptian city of Damietta, Francis of Assisi went to Egypt to preach to Sultan al-Malik al-Kâmil. Although we in fact know very little about this event, this has not prevented artists and writers from the thirteenth century to