Азия и Африка в меняющемся мире. XXVIII Международная научная конференция 22-24 апреля 2015 г. - page 11

Источниковедение и историография Ближнего Востока
для Турции особое значение приобретают дипломатические контакты по
вопросу сирийского кризиса не только с западными партнерами, но также
и с Ираном и Россией.
Omar Bakr Mohamed Qutb (Minia University, Egypt)
Moroccan Village of Igiliz: Islamic Historical and Geographical
Sources and Recent Studies
This research focuses one of the villages located in the south-west of theAfrican
continent in the mountains of Anti-Atlas in the South of modern Morocco. Both
Medieval Islamic historical sources on the village of Igiliz — the first
of Ibn
Tumart, and results of modern excavations made on the site of this village recently
were considered. This research aims to identify the accurate geographical borders
of this village in the Middle Ages in comparison it to its modern location. Also the
study will highlight the most important historical events that have been associated
closely to that site, and religious and political role of this village in the Almohad
period, particularly in the early 6th century AH/ 12
century AD.
The name of this village differed in the Islamic historical sources, e.g., Igiliz,
Ikli, while all recent studies agreed on the name of «Igiliz». On the other hand, the
modern studies are in a sharp contrast with the sources concerning the geographical
location of this village.
It is worth mentioning, that medieval geographical works focused on the cultural
aspects of the region, while the historical sources dealt primarily with the most
important events related to the village in the same period. As for the recent studies
related to this village, they focus on the excavations that have been done in the last
years. Their results appear in a form of annual reports with a detailed account of the
findings discovered in the site of Igiliz.
Abdellatif M. As-Sabbagh (Benha University, Egypt)
A Survey of the Sources Related to the Egyptian Rule
in Syria (1831–1841)
Mohammed Ali wrestled Syrian lands (traditionally called
«Bilad al-Sham»
which included modern Syria, Lebanon, and Palestine) from the Ottoman Empire
and controlled them during the period of 1831–1841. Historical sources for that
period can be divided into three types.
The first
: Original documents in the National Archive in Cairo, including
Sham Research Portfolio, and other Arabic & Turkish Documents, in addition to
1...,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,...562
Powered by FlippingBook