Saladin and the Fall of Jerusalem

Saladin and the Fall of Jerusalem

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Saladin is a legendary figure in the history of the Middle East. Saladin's rise to fame in the tumultuous arena of twelfth-century Middle Eastern politics was rapid, and he quickly established himself as a military commander of genius, a man of honor, and an intrepid statesman. This classic detailed biography of Saladin and history of his life and times was written by the eminent historian Stanley Lane-Poole. The author, able to access the rich and colorful chronicles of Arab and Moslem historians, provides us with a brilliant insight into the life and deeds of this warrior-monarch. Based on a lifetime of study.
Publisher: London : Greenhill Books ; Mechanicsburg, Pa. : Stackpole Books, 2002.
Edition: New ed.
ISBN: 9781853675034
Branch Call Number: 956. 01 SAL L 2002
Characteristics: 288 p., [16] p. of plates : ill., maps ; 24 cm.


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