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Amalric (Frankish king) 131 Amat al-La†f (companion of Raba Khåt¨n) 125 Al-Åmid, Sayf a-Dn (scholar) 61, 71, 235–236 Åmina bint Muªammad (patron of a ribå† in Damascus) 258 amr see emir Al-Amjad Bahramshåh, al-Malik (Ayy¨bid ruler) 229 Al-Amjad Óasan, al-Malik (Ayy¨bid ruler) 102, 171 åmma see commoners Ammån 231 al-amr bi-l-mar¨f wa-l-nahyi an al-munkar see ‘commanding right and forbidding wrong’ amulet 219 (see also talisman) Am¨qa (northern Palestine) 200 Amwås (central Palestine) 32 Anatolia 106, 135, 136n, 195n Andalus 13, 72n, 108 angel(s) 72, 102, 103, 157, 171, 174, 213, 255, 262 angels of destruction 157 Jibrl (Gabriel) 72, 138 Al-An‚ar (companion of the Prophet) 195 Al-An‚ar, Óasan (Damascene scholar) 109n An†ar†¨s see ar†¨sh anthropomorphism (tashbh, tajsm) 51, 137, 162, 225, 237–239 antinomianism 4, 214, 226, 227, 239–240, 251 (see also ibåªa) Antioch 6, 126, 231 Åq Sunq¨r Zang (atåbeg of Mosul) 5 aqqa (ritual for the newborn) 258n, 260 Aqr (Southern Palestine) 32 Al-Armn, Abd Allåh (ͨf) 84 Armenians 7 Arsalån (ͨf shaykh) 164 artisans and craftsmen 1, 10, 42–43, 79, 110, 145, 192n, 205, 243 Ar¨rå (central Palestine) 32n, 112 Al-Asad, Aªmad b. Abd Allåh (ascetic) 80 Ascalon (Asqalån) 37–38, 166, 182, 206 ascetic(s) (zåhid, pl. zuhhåd ) 3–4, 9, 19, 42, 54, 78–80, 82, 84, 87n, 112, 113, 121, 124, 140, 143, 145, 170, 181–182, 194, 204, 208n, 216,

220–224, 232, 236–237, 239, 242, 243, 245, 250–251, 254 asceticism (zuhd) 8–9, 17, 84, 89n, 112, 140, 181, 221–222, 232, 239, 242, 251 Ashar (of the Ashar theological school) 17, 116, 120–121, 130, 137, 162, 197, 238–239 ashråf (descendants of the Prophet; honorary title) 79 Al-Ashraf M¨så, al-Malik (Ayy¨bid ruler) 39, 88, 126, 131, 135–136, 164, 203–204, 235–236, 238n, 241, 265 Ashtor, Eliyahu 227 Ash¨ra Khåt¨n (wife of al-Malik al-Nå‚ir Daw¨d) 261 assembly(ies) of exhortation (majlis, pl. majålis al-wa) 1–3, 18n, 30, 67n, 77, 99n, 115–118, 120, 121, 123, 125, 128–130, 133, 143, 146–148, 180, 245, 248, 250, 251, 255 astrology, astrologer(s) (ilm al-nuj¨m, munajjim) 4, 139, 214, 225, 228–230 attire for mourning 170, 262, 263 improper, ‘un-Islamic’ 225, 240–241, 250 of ascetics and ͨfs 239–242 of preachers and scholars 11, 89–90, 249–250 audience certificates see samååt awåmm see commoners Awartå (central Palestine) 200 awliyå (holy men; sg. wal) 19, 55n, 79–80, 161, 184, 207, 223–224 (see also holy men, and abdål) ayån see dignitaries åyåt al-ªaras (‘protective’ Qurånic verses) 97, 254n Al-Ayn (southern Syria) 33 Ayy¨bids 1, 3–4, 6, 9–15, 33, 37, 39, 44–46, 54, 81, 88n, 90, 94–95, 100, 102, 107, 123–125, 128, 131, 133–136, 146, 153, 168–169, 175, 194, 195, 198, 202, 203n, 204, 206, 215n, 218, 223, 224, 243, 250, 257–258, 264–266 (see also Ayy¨bid rulers by name) Azanayl¨far (keeper of Mashhad R¨ªn) 195 Azåz (northern Syria) 39

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