Parution : Avraham Elmakias, « The naval cammanders of Early Islam. A Prosopographical Approach », Gorgias Press, déc 2018.

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Translated from Hebrew, this groundbreaking study sets out to answer one simple question: who were the commanders of the early Islamic navy? Using the prosopographical method, Elmakias unearths fresh information about early Islam’s inexperienced and pioneering naval commanders. Through their fascinating biographies, we learn about the people who led the Islamic navy during the first conquests of the Islamic empire and helped to realise the spread and expansion of Islamic influence.

Table of contents

Acknowledgements (ix) 
Transcription, translation and marking the dates (xi)
Introduction (1) 
The Biographies (27)
Discussion and Conclusion (123) 
Annex: The Arabic wording of the letter of appointment of naval commander (taken from Kitāb al-Kharāj wa-ṣināʿat al-kitāba) (181)
Annex: List of naval operations (conquests and raids) of the Muslim navy according to the biographies of the naval commanders (185)
Annex: List of Muslim sovereigns in power (caliphs) and their regnal years (187) 
Epilogue (188)
Bibliography (193)

 

Avraham Elmakias

Avraham Elmakias received a Ph.D. in Islamic history from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 2015. He teaches Arabic at Bar Ilan University and in secondary schools in Israel.


Hassan Bouali

Doctorant en histoire médiévale à l'université Paris Nanterre ( Paris X). Travaille sur le califat d'Ibn al-Zubayr (64/683-72/692).

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