Reuven Amitai

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Reuven Amitai
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Lahir23 Agustus 1955 (umur 64)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, AS
Tempat tinggalIsrael
KebangsaanIsrael Amerika
AlmamaterUniversitas Pennsylvania
Dikenal atasKajian Islam Pra-modern

Reuven Amitai (lahir di Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, AS, 23 Agustus 1955; umur 64 tahun), juga Reuven Amitai-Preiss, adalah seorang sejarawa dan penulis Israel-Amerika, yang mengkhususkan diri dalam peradaban Islam pra-modern, khususnya Suriah dan Palestina pada masa Kekaisaran Mamluk.[1] Pada usia 20an tahun, ia pindah ke Israel dan menjadi profesor sejarah di Universitas Ibrani Yerusalem. Pada 2012, ia menjadi Dekan Fakultas Kemanusiaan di Universitas Ibrani.[2][3]

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  • "The Conversion of Tegüder Ilkhan to Islam". Jerusalem studies in Arabic and Islam (XXV): 15–43. 2001. 
  • "In the Aftermath of 'Ayn Jâlût: The Beginnings of the Malmûk-Îlkhânid Cold War". Al-Masaq (10): 1–21. 1990. 
  • "Mamluk Perceptions of the Mongol-Frankish Rapprochement". Mediterranean Historical Review. 7: 50–65. 1992. doi:10.1080/09518969208569631. 
  • "A Fourteenth-Century Mamluk Inscription from Rural Palestine". Israel Exploration Journal (44): 234–242. 1994. 
  • Theresa Fitzherbert & Julian Raby, ed. (1996). "New material from the Mamluk sources for the biography of Rashid al-Din". The Court of the Il-khans, 1290-1340 (Conference paper). Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press. hlm. 23–37. 
  • "Ghazan, Islam, and Mongol tradition: a View from the Mamluk Sultanate". Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. 59: 1–10. 1996. doi:10.1017/s0041977x00028524. 
  • "A Note on a "Mamlûk" Drum from Bethsaida". Israel Exploration Journal (47): 113–116. 1997. 
  • "Mongol Raids into Palestine (AD 1260 and 1300)". Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society. Cambridge, UK; New York, USA: Cambridge University Press (2): 236–255. 1987. JSTOR 25212151. 
  • Gervers, Michael; Powell, James M., ed. (2001). "Edward of England and Abagha Ilkhan: A reexamination of a failed attempt at Mongol-Frankish Cooperation". Tolerance and Intolerance: Social Conflict in the Age of the Crusades. Syracuse, New York, USA: Syracuse University Press. hlm. 75–82. ISBN 978-0-8156-2869-9. 
  • Nicola Di Cosmo, ed. (2002). "Whither the Ilkhanid Army? Ghazan's First Campaign into Syria (1299–1300)". Warfare in Inner Asian History (500-1800). Leiden-Boston-Köln: Brill. 
  • "'Ayn Jalût Revisited". Tarih (2): 119–150. 1992. 
  • "An Exchange of Letters in Arabic between Abaya Îlkhân and Sultan Baybars (A.H. 667/A.D. 1268-69)". Central Asiatic Journal (38/1): 11–33. 1994. 
  • Morgan, David; Amitai-Preiss, Reuven, ed. (1999). "Mongol Imperial Ideology and the Îlkhânid War against the Mamlûks". The Mongol Empire and its Legacy. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill. ISBN 978-90-04-11048-9. 
  • Amalia Levanoni & Michael Winter, ed. (2004). "The Mongol Occupation of Damascus in 1300: A Study of Mamluk Loyalties". The Mamluks in Egyptian and Syrian Politics and Society. Leiden-Köln-Boston: Brill. hlm. 21–39. 
  • John Prior, ed. (2006). "The Logistics of the Mongol-Mamlûk War, with Special Reference to the Battle of Wâdî'l-Khaznadâr, 1299 C.E.". Logistics of Warfare in the Age of Crusades (Proceedings of a Workshop Held at the Center for Medieval Studies, University of Sydney, 30 Sept.-4 Oct. 2002). Ashgate: Ashgate Publishing Compagny. hlm. 25–42. 

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  1. ^ "Reuven Amitai" at Kahnplus.com
  2. ^ Kesalahan pengutipan: Tag <ref> tidak sah; tidak ditemukan teks untuk ref bernama focus
  3. ^ Publications Diarsipkan 2012-03-03 di Wayback Machine.

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