By Gunther Hahn
Deutsche Netzleger. Ein unbekanntes Kapitel des Seekrieges 1939-1945 КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Podzun-Pallas-VerlagСерия: Marine-Arsenal 37Автор(ы): Gunther HahnЯзык: GermanГод издания: 1996Количество страниц: 52ISBN: 3-7909--0587-9Формат: pdfРазмер: 16.0 mbRapid0
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See Le Strange, Lands, 99, 125. See Tabari III/3, 1859. See Tabari, III/3, 1797. See Le Strange, Lands, 95 if. They captured him and delivered him to al-Raqqah. Musa's camp to loot the baggage, but Lu'lu''s troops returned to humble them in battle. Ibn Safwan fled into the desert. `Abd al-`Aziz routed Buktimur and the latter went to Baghdad. Al-Hasan fled, reaching Amul, while al-Khu- justani seized Jurjan and some of the districts of Tabaristan. This took place in Jumada II and Rajab 266 (January 18-March 16, 880).
Tabari also chronicles the corruption that characterized the mid-`Abbasid period. With all the demands made on it by corrupt officials and the needs of the military, the treasury was often empty. To remedy the poor fiscal situation, the government would often levy punitive taxes on grandees. This volume also foreshadows events to come by tracing the origins of the powerful Isma`ili movement. Regrettably, Tabari does not offer data about the aspirations, plans, and ideology of the rebellion. al-Layth invested him with robes of honor and had a bar of gold consigned to him.
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