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The Islamic Middle East, 700-1900 : studies in economic and social history / edited by A.L. Udovitch.


Princeton, N.J. : Darwin Press, [1981] .
ISBN 9780878500307, 0878500308

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Other Authors Udovitch, Abraham L.
Subjects Africa, North -- Economic conditions.
Africa, North.
Afrique du Nord -- Conditions économiques.
Aufsatzsammlung.
Economic history.
Empire islamique -- Conditions économiques.
Gesellschaft.
Islam.
Islamic Empire -- Economic conditions.
Islamic Empire.
Middle East -- Economic conditions.
Middle East.
Moyen-Orient -- Conditions économiques -- Congrès.
Moyen-Orient -- Conditions économiques.
Moyen-Orient -- Conditions sociales -- Congrès.
Naher Osten.
Wirtschaft.
Series Princeton studies on the Near East.
Description 838 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1981]
©1981
Notes "Grew out of a research seminar and conference on the economic history of the Middle East that was conducted at Princeton University during the spring and summer of 1974."
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction - technology, land tenure and rural society: aspects of continuity in the agricultural history of the pre-modern Middle East / A. L. Udovitch -- A medieval green revolution : new crops and farming techniques in the early Islamic world / Andrew M. Watson -- Some technical aspects of agriculture in medieval Egypt / Hassanein Rabie -- Levantine sugar industry in the late Middle Ages : a case of technological decline / E. Ashtor -- Landholding in Seventeenth Century Iraq : late Sasanian and early Islamic patterns / Michael G. Morony -- Arab settlement and economic development of Iraq and Iran in the age of the Umayyad and early Abbasid Caliphs / Ira M. Lapidus -- Law and economy in Ifriqiya (Tunisia) in the Third Islamic Century : agriculture and the role of slaves in the country's economy / Mohamed Talbi -- Socioeconomic structure and continuity : Medieval Spanish Islam in the tax records of Crusader Valencia / Robert I. Burns -- Reflections on the role of agriculture in medieval Persia / A. K. S. Lambton -- Monetary circulation in Egypt at the time of the crusades and the reform of Al-Kamil / Claude Cahen -- Strategic implications of the slave trade between Genoa and Mamluk Egypt in the Second Half of the Thirteenth Century /Andrew Ehrenkreutz -- Archival source for demographic studies of the Middle East / Daniel Crecelius -- The area and population of the Arab Empire : an essay in speculation / Charles Issawi -- The general mortality of the Black Death in the Mamluk Empire / Michael Dols -- Birth control and Middle Eastern history / B. F. Musallum -- An economic model for Ottoman Egypt : the economics of collective tax responsibility / Bent Hansen -- The development of agricultural production in Nineteenth-Century Egypt: capitalism of what type? / Roger Owen -- The beginnings of commercialized agriculture in Iran / V. F. Nowshirvani -- Village and city in Egypt and Syria: 1500-1914 / Gabriel Baer -- Economic relations between Damascus and the dependent countryside, 1743-71 / Abdul-Karim Rafeq -- The economic crisis of Egypt in the Eighteenth Century / Andre Raymond -- The Tunisian Fellaheen in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries / Lucette Valensi -- Merchants and artisans and the developmental processes of Nineteenth-Century Iran / A. Ashraf and H. Hekmat -- The Western presence in the Arab Middle East at the dawn of the Twentieth Century / Dominique Chevallier -- Socioeconomic change in the Middle East since 1800: A comparative analysis / Nikki R. Keddie.
Geographic Area Middle East
Africa, North
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6666434
(OCoLC)ocm06666434
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