6 edition of The revolt of the Zanj found in the catalog.
|Statement||translated and annotated by David Waines.|
|Series||SUNY series in Near Eastern studies, Bibliotheca Persica, The history of al-Ṭabarī =, Taʼrīkh al-rusul wa"l-mulūk ;, v. 36, Bibliotheca Persica (Albany, N.Y.)|
|LC Classifications||DS38.2 .T313 1985 vol. 36, DS76.4 .T313 1985 vol. 36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 229 p. :|
|Number of Pages||229|
|ISBN 10||0791407632, 0791407640|
|LC Control Number||90010324|
The Zanj Rebellion or the East African(Bantu) Rebellion Against The Muslim Arab Masters took place near the city of Basra, located in present-day southern Iraq, over a . Click to read more about The History of al-Tabari Vol. The Revolt of the Zanj A.D. /A.H. by Abu Ja'far Muhammad ibn Jarir al-Tabari. LibraryThing Author: Abu Jafar Muhammad ibn Jarir al-Tabari.
Chief among them was the revolt of the Zanj, the narrative of which occupies the bulk of the present volume. A people of semi-servile status, the Zanj, who were based in the marshlands of southern Iraq, were led by a somewhat shadowy and mysterious figure claiming Shi'ite descent, 'Ali /5(3). The Revolt of the Zanj ( A.D.), as it is called, was a very different kind of operation for freedom a thousand years before our own Civil War, and it lasted more than three times as long Author: Henry Louis Gates Jr.
This rebellion is known historically in Arab and Persian histories as the Revolt of the Zanj or the Revolt of the Blacks. In the year , the Zanj sacked Basra, Iraq. It is significant to point out that the Zanj forces were rapidly augmented by large-scale defections of Black soldiers under the employ of the Abbassid Caliphate at Baghdad. Fragmentation in the Islamic world: Al-Tabari, The Defeat of the Zanj Revolt (c) powerful in the Byzantine countryside: Romanus I Lecapenus, Novel () Donating to Cluny: Cluny's Foundation Charter () and various charters of donation (lothth c.)
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The revolt of the zanj by henry moa (Author), Henry Moa (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating1/5(1). Product details Series: Princeton Series on the Middle East Paperback: pages Publisher: Markus Wiener Publishers (January 1, ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: 6 x x 9 inches Shipping Weight: ounces (View shipping rates and policies) Cited by: The Revolt of the Zanj by Henry Moa,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Chief among them was the revolt of the Zanj, the narrative of which occupies the bulk of the present volume. A people of semi-servile status, the Zanj, who were based in the marshlands of southern Iraq, were led by a somewhat shadowy and mysterious figure claiming Shi'ite descent, 'Ali b.
Muhammad. The first widespread uprising of the Zanj in AD was led by an African called Sharih Habash. Three years later the Zanj chose Ali Razi to be their leader.
In so far as he stamped his personality on the revolt, we need to consider him. Zanj, revolted for nearly fifteen years in southern Iraq against their Arab slave masters and challenged the social order of the Abbasid Empire. This thesis is a socio-historical investigation on the role that race played in starting the Zanj Rebellion of C.E.
ItCited by: 1. Zanj rebellion, (ad –), a black-slave revolt against the ʿAbbāsid caliphal empire. A number of Basran landowners had brought several thousand East African blacks (Zanj) into southern Iraq to drain the salt marshes east of Basra.
The landowners subjected the Zanj, who generally spoke no Arabic, to heavy slave labour and provided them with only minimal subsistence. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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The revolt of the Zanj. [Ṭabarī; David Waines] -- Covering the years A.D. details a rebellion in southern Iraq against the Abbasid caliphate that happened during the historian's lifetime. The latest in the volume translation of. The Zanj rebellion which occurred from to took place in Basra, which is modern-day Southern Iraq.
It was led by Ali ibn Muhammed against the Abbasid Caliphate. Muhammed spearheaded the. From our Membership Agreement "Lulu is a place where people of all ages, backgrounds, experience, and professions can publish, sell, or buy creative content such as novels, memoirs, poetry, cookbooks, technical manuals, articles, photography books, children's books, calendars, and a host of other content that defies easy categorization.
In the late Ninth Century cataclysmic slave revolt sent shockwaves throughout the Islamic world, decimating the previously prosperous lands of modern day Iraq. This is the story of the Zanj. Genre/Form: Electronic books History Kronieken (vorm) Additional Physical Format: Print version: Ṭabarī.
Revolt of the Zanj. Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, © This rebellion is known historically in Arab and Persian histories as the Revolt of the Zanj or the Revolt of the Blacks.
In the yearthe Zanj sacked Basra, Iraq. It is significant to point out that the Zanj forces were rapidly augmented by large-scale defections of Black soldiers under the employ of the Abbassid Caliphate at Baghdad.
During the Zanj Revolt, which lasted nearly 15 years from AD, tens of thousands of people met their deaths in lower Iraq.
Such an incredible level of bloodshed during this year span led contemporary historians like Al-Tabari and Al-Masudi to view the Zanj revolt as the most vicious and brutal uprising of the many disturbances plaguing the Abbasid central authorities.
This volume of Tabari's annals deals almost exclusively with the final stages of the Zanj revolt, the most serious external challenge faced by the central authorities in the last half of the third/ninth century.
The History of al-Tabari Vol. The Revolt of the Zanj A.D. /A.H. SUNY series in Near Eastern Studies: : Abu Ja'far Muhammad Bin Jarir Al-Tabari, Professor David Waines: Libros en idiomas extranjeros4/5(1).
The revolt of African slaves in Iraq from to C.E.* – the revolt of the Zanj – was one of the great rebellions of world history and the first major uprising in the history of the African diaspora. The Zanj were black slaves shipped overseas from East Africa to work in. Read or Download The History of al-Tabari Vol.
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All your favorite books and authors in one place. PDF, ePubs, MOBI, eMagazines, ePaper, eJournal and more. The great Zanj revolt that broke out in was preceded by two smaller uprisings in the region. There was an insurrection in This was not an organized rebellion and involved gangs of angry slaves who pillaged and ransacked whatever they could get their hands on.The Zanj rebellion was ultimately only suppressed with the intervention of large Arab armies and the lucrative offer of amnesty and rewards to any rebels who might choose to surrender.
African people have always defied subjugation, and the Revolt of the Blacks is in and of itself a glorious page in African history and Black resistance movements.Zanj were constrained African slaves to work with the clearing of the grounds in the south of Iraq.
When they were raised, they were joined by the slaves of, ISBN Buy the The Revolt of the Zanj .