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  • Exploring an Islamic Empire: Fatimid History and its Sources
    by:

    I.B. Tauris in association with The Institute of Ismaili Studies, London 2002.

    Ismaili Heritage Series 7

    ISBN Paperback:
    1 86064 875 4
    ISBN HardBack:
    1 86064 692 1
  • Fatimid history is a subject as vast and as varied as the geography and the peoples it included or touched. The writing of that history is likewise both as wide as the empire and as focused as the thousands of particular topics that help explain any portion of it. Exploring an Islamic Empire aims not to encompass all, or even a major portion of it, but to offer an introduction to what it contains or might contain and how to explore these possibilities, to begin to suggest what sources exist, and how historians, both in former periods and now, have used them or could have used them even yet.

    Exploring an Islamic Empire: Fatimid History and its Sources consists of two parts followed by a comprehensive bibliography of both sources and modern studies, not merely of works cited in this study, but of the whole range of what has been written to date about the Fatimidsinfo-icon. Part I presents an overview of the shape and content of Fatimid history. Part II contains separate chapters on the various kinds of historical sources that provide what information there is for historical reconstruction and analysis. They are, first, coins and other artefacts (tiraz, building decorations, art objects, archaeological finds) that supply direct evidence (normally inscriptions) of historical events and processes; second, documents and letters, both originals and copies of them; third, eyewitness and contemporary accounts; fourth, histories, topographies and bibliographical dictionaries; fifth, adabinfo-icon and other kinds of literary writings; and last, a look at the work of those modern scholars who have contributed the most to the subject.

    The Fatimids rose to political domination in North Africa in 296/909 after a long period of struggle in various regions of the Muslim world. They formally proclaimed their caliphateinfo-icon soon after 297/910. The new caliphinfo-icon, al–Mahdiinfo-icon, was already the Imaminfo-icon of the Shi‘i Ismailis but, until then, he had not actually ruled a politically defined territory. His triumph, however, represented a revolution in which he restored the rights of the Prophet’s family by bringing back to power a descendant of ‘Ali b. Abi Talibinfo-icon in the line of ‘Ali's wife Fatimainfo-icon, the Prophet’s own daughter. Thereafter al–Mahdi and his successors had spiritual authority as imams and were also rulers of an empire that grew from its original base in what are now Tunisia, Algeria and Sicily. In 358/969, having by then subdued nearly all of North Africa and the lands of the southern Mediterranean, the Fatimids finally added Egypt, much of Syria and the holy cities of Arabia to their growing empire. In Egypt they founded the city of Cairo as their new headquarters.

    As imams of the Ismailis, the Fatimids developed further a network of missions (da‘wainfo-icons) that extended over much of the Muslim world of the time. For his religious followers, the Fatimid ruler, in his capacity as Ismaili imam, was the absolute authority in all matters, including most especially any issue of religion and religious doctrine or interpretation. Naturally, this aspect of their government was not recognised by Sunni Muslims either inside or outside the empire and was poorly understood by them, if at all. The Abbasid caliphs did not have the same degree of religious authority. Similarly non–Ismaili Shi‘ainfo-icon, such as the Twelversinfo-icon and the Zaydisinfo-icon, although they better comprehended the Shi‘i theory of the imamatinfo-icon, did not admit to any religious supremacy on the part of the Fatimid imams. Nonetheless, it is impossible to explain the dynasty and its rule adequately without fully grasping the character and importance of its religious underpinning, which was, moreover, all but unique in the active integration of these roles in Islamic history.

    All of these issues affect scholarship about the Fatimids. Mediaeval sources are divided into those that represent a Sunni attitude, on the one hand, or an Ismaili affinity, on the other. A few are Shi‘a in sympathy but nonetheless are not actually Ismaili. The degree of hostility displayed by the non–Ismaili writers varies greatly. Most were then and are now simply ignorant of true Ismaili doctrines. Some, however, objected to the Ismaili understanding of Islam on basic principles rooted so deeply in how they perceived what they wrote that their anti–Ismaili hatred coloured their account of the facts. To a real extent, modern scholarship reveals that the same bias continues to colour the views of those who now write about the Fatimids.

    Despite occasional signs of renewed interest in the Fatimids, modern scholarship has accomplished relatively little in comparison to what has been done on the subsequent Ayyubid and Mamluk periods and it is hoped that this work will facilitate wider programmes of research and scholarship into the dynasty. The monograph is essential reading for students and scholars of Islamic history and a valuable addition to the history and historiography of the Fatimids and the Muslim world to which they belonged.

    Revised and edited from the book’s introduction.

  • Acknowledgements

    List of Abbreviations

    Introduction

    Part I: The Shape and Content of Fatimid History

    1. The Maghribinfo-icon
    2. A Century of Empire
    3. A Cenury of Military Wazirs

    Part II: Sources and Studies

    1. Coins, Building Inscriptions, tiraz, Art and Archaeology
    2. Letters and Documents
    3. Memoirs, Eyewitnesses and Contemporaries
    4. Histories, Topographies and Biographical Dictionaries
    5. Literature and the Sciences
    6. Modern Studies

    Notes

    Bibliography I: Medieval Sources

    Bibliography II: Modern Studies

    Index

  • “Organic” Bibliography of Modern Studies

    The following list is a comprehensive account of modern studies of the Fatimidsinfo-icon. A complete bibliography of such works is not easily achieved. Rather than wait for a later edition that would include corrections, missing items and newer material, the author and The Institute of Ismaili Studies have agreed to collaborate and maintain this bibliography as a continuing (ie “organic”) project.

    This bibliography will be enhanced by the participation of interested scholars. Please regard it as a prime, shared, public resource for the study of Fatimid history. Use it freely and help keep it current and complete. Notices of corrections, overlooked items, and new entries should be sent to the author, Paul E. Walker.

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  • Paul E. Walker

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    An historian of ideas with a focus on Mediaeval Islamic History, Paul E. Walker has taught at McGill University, Columbia University and the University of Michigan. For several years Dr Walker was the Director of the American Research Centre in Egypt, and is currently a Visiting Scholar with the University of Chicago's Center for Middle Eastern Studies. He has authored and edited many books on Fatimid history and the formative period of Ismaili thought including Early Philosophical Shi'ism (Cambridge University Press, 1993), The Wellsprings of Wisdom: A Study of Abu Yaqub al-Sijistani's Kitab...Read more