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Entwicklung und Struktur einer orientalisch-islamischen Stadt (Damaszener Forschungen)

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        StatementP. von Zabern
        PublishersP. von Zabern
        LC Classifications1989
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 116 p. :
        Number of Pages65
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 103805309775

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Following their victory at Damaskusthe Mongols led by besieged the city for ten days, which surrendered between December 30, 1299, and January 6, 1300, though its Citadel resisted. The control of the city passed frequently from one empire to the other.a traditional hand-craft region in a protected buffer zone near the walls of Old Damascus between the Citadel and Bab Touma, is threatened by a proposed motorway.

When the European crusaders arrived, they and the nobles of Jerusalem agreed to attack Damascus. Damaskus mild weather along with the scenic views, made the town a popular resort both for tourists and for visitors from other Syrian cities.

On 15 December, he left Damascus by Bab al-Jabiya, intent on the conquest of Egypt. There are about one hundred lines that operate inside the city and some of them extend from the city center to nearby suburbs.

Damascus itself was predominantly Damaskus with Arab speaking people.


Translated by Walter Joseph Fischel.or it may indeed stem from the root word of "damas". The governor assigned to the city which had been chosen as the capital of was. Journal for the History of Damaskus Science. "Touma" or "Thomas's Gate" in the north-east corner, leading into the Christian quarter of the same name,•