By Jeremy Johns
Jeremy Johns' detailed learn is the 1st complete account of the Arabic management of Norman Sicily. whereas it's more often than not assumed that the Normans inherited their management from the Muslim governors of the island, Johns demonstrates that the Norman kings really restructured their management to the version of Fatimid Egypt. Controversially, he means that their purpose used to be no longer administrative potency, however the projection in their royal picture. This obtainable account of the Norman rulers unearths how they concerning their opposite numbers within the Muslim Mediterranean.
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Arabic Administration in Norman Sicily: The Royal Diwan by Jeremy Johns