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Maqamat, Syria, late 13th-century, British Library, Ms. Or. 9718
Muhammad al-Qasim Al-Hariri (1054 - 1122) (author)
Two camel-riders in bedouin Arab costume
Source: p90, God's Warriors, Knights Templar, Saracens and the Battle for Jerusalem by Helen Nicholson & David Nicolle:
Two camel-riders in bedouin Arab costume in a late 13th-century Syrian copy of the Maqamat of al Hariri.
(British Lib., Ms. OR 9718, f173r London).
Referenced as figure 133D in The military technology of classical Islam by D Nicolle
133A to 133D. Manuscript, A - 'Qādī of Marāgha, ' B - 'Caravan to Mecca,' C - 'Guard of Qādī of Sacada,' D - 'Camel riders,' Maqāmāt of al Harīrī, 1275-1300 AD, Syrian, British Library Ms.Or.9718, ff. 24r, 120r, 153v and 173r, London.
From the same manuscript: Abu Zayd pretends to be a Muslim religious leader at a funeral, Maqamat, Syria, British Library, Ms. Or. 9718
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