Historical Atlas of Islam

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Subject: Middle East and Islamic Studies

Edited by: Hugh Kennedy
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Author(s): Kennedy, Hugh
C. Blanco The Muslim World circa 905/1500 – 12 A3 C. Bojador The Muslim World circa 905/1500 – 12 A3 C. Coast Castle The Muslim World circa 1317/1900 – 14 A4 C. Negro The Muslim World circa 905/1500 – 12 B5 C. Palmas North Africa and the Sudan circa 1008 / 1600 – 58 B4 C4 Berber Foundation The World on the Eve of the Muslim Conquests circa 600 A.D. – 6 A4 Cabinda The Muslim World circa 1111/1700 – 13 B5 Cabra al-Andalus – 54 D4 Čābuk (Ṣāhuk) Iran in the 4th-5th / 10th-11th Centuries – 34/35 C4 Cacak Anadolu and Rumeli in the later 13th / 19th Century – 50/51 C2 Cacheo North Africa and the Sudan circa 1008 …

Cairo / al-Qāhira in the Mamlūk Period and Al-Fusṭāṭ and al-Qāhira

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Author(s): Kennedy, Hugh
Both these maps are derived from S. J. Staffa, Conquest and Fusion: The Social Evolution of Cairo (Leiden, 1977) with additional information from N. Rabbat, The Citadel of Cairo (Leiden, 1995) and V. Seton- Williams and P. Stocks, eds., Blue Guide to Egypt (London, 1983). Hugh Kennedy

Caucasus (al-Qabq) in the Early Middle Ages

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Author(s): Kennedy, Hugh
The map is based on Cornu map 16 with additional information from Le Strange, Lands and TAVO B VII. Hugh Kennedy

Caucasus in the 12th-13th / 18th-19th Centuries

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Author(s): Kennedy, Hugh
The map is based on Pitcher, Historical Geography and the map in J. F. Baddeley, The Russian Conquest of the Caucasus (London, 1908). Hugh Kennedy