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Timeline. 1249 Louis IX takes Damietta. Death of al-Salih (r. 1240-49). Turan-Shah absent. Shajar al-Durr conceals death. Feb 1250 Muslims defeat Crusaders at al-Mansura. Timeline. 1250 Turan-Shah arrives in Egypt. Louis IX captured, then released in exchange for Damietta.

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Timeline

1249 Louis IX takes Damietta.

Death of al-Salih (r. 1240-49).

Turan-Shah absent. Shajar

al-Durr conceals death.

Feb 1250 Muslims defeat Crusaders at

al-Mansura.

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Timeline

1250 Turan-Shah arrives in Egypt. Louis IX

captured, then released in exchange for

Damietta.

May 1250 Turan-Shah murdered by the

Mamluks. Shajar al-Durr elected sultana,

reigns for three months, then replaced by

Aybeg al-Turkumani.

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Timeline

1260-77 Reign of al-Zahir Baybars as sultan.

1268 Baybars takes Antioch.

1270 Louis IX dies while crusading in

North Africa.

1279-90 Reign of al-Mansur Qalawun as sultan.

1289 Qalawun takes Tripoli.

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Timeline

1290-93 Reign of al-Ashraf Khalil as sultan.

1291 Khalil takes Acre and mops up most

remaining crusader strongholds on Levantine

coast. Cyprus remains in hands of crusaders

until 16th century, with occasional crusades

launched from there with no success. No

European states on Levantine coast until

colonial era.

slide5

Word List

Timeline

bahr (river)

burj (tower)

1250-1382 Bahri

Mamluk Sultanate.

1382-1517 Burji

Mamluk Sultanate.

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Word List

Timeline

Sufis (Muslim

mystics)

tariqa (Sufi

group)

Ottomans

1258 End of ‘Abbasid

caliphate in Baghdad.

1261 Baybars establishes

‘Abbasid caliphate in

Cairo.

1517 Ottomans take

power from Mamluks.

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Object List

Façade of complex of Qalawun (1284). (Ernst J. Grube, The World of

Islam (London: Paul Hamlyn, 1966), p. 107.)

Interior of mausoleum of Qalawun. (Ernst J. Grube, The World of

Islam, p. 107.)

Sultan Hasan Complex, Cairo. 1356-1363. (F)

Sultan Hasan Complex. Plan. (Ernst J. Grube, The World of Islam,

p. 108.)

Sultan Hasan Complex. View from the East. (F)

Sultan Hasan Mosque, Cairo. 1356-1363. Ablution fountain. Courtyard.

(F)

F = Ferret, A = Archnet

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Object List

Sultan Hasan Mosque, Cairo. 1356-1363. Detail, compared with the

dome of the tomb of Hafiz, Shiraz (bt. 1953). (F)

Sultan Hasan Mosque, Cairo. 1356-1363. View of qibla wall, main iwan

(mosque). (F)

Sultan Hasan Mosque, Cairo. 1356-1363. View of the mihrab of the

Sanctuary iwan (interior). (F)

Minarets of Jerusalem - one of the four from the Haram al-Sharif

compound. 15th c. (F - three slides)

Minbar (summer pulpit) of al-Aqsa Mosque. Jerusalem. 14th c. (F)

F = Ferret, A = Archnet

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Object List

Interior of the Taynal Mosque of Tripoli. 14th c. (F)

Portal of Amir Taynal Mosque of Tripoli. 14th c. (F)

Interior gate of the Taynal Mosque of Tripoli. 1336. (F)

Entrance portals and muqarnas, Tripoli. (F)

Gate of the Madrasa al-Qartawiyya of Tripoli. 1316-1326. (F)

Entrance to al-Ashrafiyya Madrasa. Jerusalem. 15th c. (F)

Mihrab of mosque, Madrasat al-Firdaws. Aleppo, Syria. 13th c. (F)

Stalactite, Madrasat al-Firdaws; Aleppo, Syria. 13th c. (F)

F = Ferret, A = Archnet

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Object List

Entrance to cotton vendors’ souk. Jerusalem. (F)

Turba (Tomb) of Turkan Khatun, Jerusalem. (F)

Detail of frieze of turba of Turkan Khatun, Jerusalem. (F)

Sabil of Kayitbay, Jerusalem. Haram al-Sharif, 15th c. (F - 2 slides)

Dome of Mausoleum of Kayitbay (1474). (Robert Hillenbrand,

Islamic Art and Architecture (London: Thames and Hudson,

1999), p. 142.)

Decorative marble floor coverings. Ablutions courtyard of Qaratay

Madrasa. Tripoli. (F)

F = Ferret, A = Archnet

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Object List

Wall tile of enameled ceramic. AD 1430. Damascus. Coat of arms of

the Mamluk sultan, al-Ashraf Barsbay. (F)

Mamluk Blazons. (Carole Hillenbrand, The Crusades, Islamic

Perspectives (Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 1999),

p. 227.)

Collection of gold jewels. 13th c. Necklaces. (F)

Collection of gold jewels. 13th c. Necklaces and a ring. (F)

Baptistère St. Louis. Egypt or Syria. c. 1300. 50.2 cm. (F)

Canteen: brass hammered and inlaid with silver and black organic

material. Enthroned Madonna. Syria. Mid-13th c. (F)

F = Ferret, A = Archnet

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Object List

Mamluk Glass Lamp. (Robert Hillenbrand, Islamic Art and

Architecture (London: Thames and Hudson, 1999), p. 156.)

Qur’an illumination. For Sultan Sha‘ban’s madrasa. Cairo. 1376.

74 x 51 cm. Ink, gold, and colour on paper. (F)

Miniature of an automaton water dispenser. From a copy of al-Jazari’s

Kitab fi Ma‘rifat al-Hiyal al-Handasiyya (Book of Knowledge

of Ingenious Mechanical Devices). From Syria or Egypt. 1315.

(F)

F = Ferret, A = Archnet

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Object List

Silk tapestry-woven panel. c. 1375-1399. 27 x 107 cm. Qasr Ibrim,

Egypt. (F)

Mamluk carpet. Egypt. c. 1500. 1.88 x 1.34 m. (F)

Mamluk Egyptian pile carpet. Early 16th c. (2 x 1.5m). (F)

F = Ferret, A = Archnet

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