Mongolian Phrases in the Mamluk Era Literature and Books of its ‎Historians from (648 – 803 H)‎


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2007-12-09
2008-08-04
2008-08-04
1299 - 1329

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The Mongols attacked the Muslim World in the 17th century, and the ‎conflict continued with the Muslims for more than 200 years, i.e. 617 – ‎‎803. Wars between the two sides were with alternate success. During ‎such era, many Mongolian words and phrases became in use in the ‎Arabic language. Such loanwords were used in literature and history ‎books. In this paper, the researcher explores the Mongolian words ‎mentioned in Mamluk literature and history books about Mamluks (648-‎‎803), explains their various meanings, refers to the text in which such ‎words and phrases were used and how their pronunciation was changed, ‎and proves the way they were written in Arabic sources which dealt with ‎that era.

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Mongolian Phrases in the Mamluk Era Literature and Books of its ‎Historians from (648 – 803 H)‎


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2007-12-09
2008-08-04
2008-08-04
1299 - 1329

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The Mongols attacked the Muslim World in the 17th century, and the ‎conflict continued with the Muslims for more than 200 years, i.e. 617 – ‎‎803. Wars between the two sides were with alternate success. During ‎such era, many Mongolian words and phrases became in use in the ‎Arabic language. Such loanwords were used in literature and history ‎books. In this paper, the researcher explores the Mongolian words ‎mentioned in Mamluk literature and history books about Mamluks (648-‎‎803), explains their various meanings, refers to the text in which such ‎words and phrases were used and how their pronunciation was changed, ‎and proves the way they were written in Arabic sources which dealt with ‎that era.

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