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city of al-Askar, which remained the capital until 868. When the Tulunid dynasty took control in 868, the Egyptian capital moved briefly to another nearby northern city, Al-Qatta'i. This lasted only until 905, when Al-Qatta'i was destroyed and the capital was returned to Fustat. The city again lost its status as capital city when its own vizier, Shawar, ordered its burning in 1168. The capital of Egypt was ultimately moved to Cairo. ref>

. Al-Askar, located in what is now Old Cairo, was the capital of Egypt from 750 to 868. Ahmad ibn Tulun established Al-Qatta'i as the new capital of Egypt, and remained the capital until 905, when the Fustat once again became the capital. After Fustat was destroyed in 1168 1169 to prevent its capture by the Crusaders (Crusades), the administrative capital of Egypt moved to Cairo, where it has remained ever since. It took four years for the General Jawhar Al Sikilli


of England (17), Armenian Catholic (Armenian Catholic Church) (8), and one Roman Catholic. Its main economic activity was olive picking. At the 1931 census, which did not distinguish Metawalis from other Muslims, the village had 868 Muslims, 1076 Christians, and 4 Bahais. Mills, 1932, p. 99 This had

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so large that land taxes were collected in his name.” 'Thawrat al-Zanj . The rebellion eventually failed and ʻAlī relocated to Basrah in 868 CE. Also in 868 C.E., a leader of the Zanj Rebellion claimed to be the incarnated form of the former Alid rebel Yahya ibn Umar. Their ultimate goal however was control over the whole Basrah area and they finally accomplished their objective with a tight blockade that prevented

: news.bbc.co.uk 1 hi world south_asia 4739800.stm (BBC) Ahmad Ibn Ṭūlūn was a member of the mostly Central Asian Turkish guard formed initially in Baghdad, then later settled in Samarra, upon its establishment as the seat of the caliphate by al-Mu'tasim. In 254 868, The first date indicates the year according to the Hijri calendar (Islamic calendar), while the second one denotes the corresponding Gregorian year Ibn Tulun was sent to Egypt

in Europe and the Islamic World: The Tradition of 1000 Years in Maiolica, Faience and Delftware'', London, Faber and Faber, 1973 ISBN 0-571-09349-3 From Mesopotamia, tin glazes spread to the Islamic Egypt (868–905 AD) during the 10th century, and then to the Islamic Spain (711-1492 AD), leading to the maximum development of Islamic lusterware Manson, R. B., and M. S. Tite, "The beginnings of tin-opacification of pottery glazes", ''Journal


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by Chinese artist Gu Kaizhi (344–406 AD) *The most comprehensive collection of Japanese pre-20th century art (Japanese art) in the Western world Stein's greatest discovery was made at the Mogao Caves also known as "Caves of the Thousand Buddhas", near Dunhuang in 1907. It was there that he discovered the Diamond Sutra, the world's oldest printed text which has a date (corresponding to AD 868), along with 40,000 other scrolls (all removed by gradually winning

to precise literal rendering. Nattier, Jan. ''The Heart Sutra: A Chinese Apocryphal Text?''. Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies Vol. 15 Nbr. 2 (1992) The Kumārajīva translation has been particularly highly regarded over the centuries, and it is this version that appears on the 868 CE Dunhuang scroll. In addition to the Kumārajīva translation, a number of later translations exist. The ''Diamond Sūtra'' was again translated from Sanskrit

inscription on a stone pillar outside the Jokhang temple in Lhasa. . - Dunhuang ZLDH DNH Dunhuang Airport - The world's earliest dated (AD 868) printed book is a Chinese scroll about sixteen feet long and containing the text of the Diamond Sutra. It was found in 1907 by the archaeologist Sir Marc Aurel Stein in Mogao Caves in Dunhuang, and is now


-1918), Jenin, Lajjun and the Carmel area, were for part of the 17th century ruled by Bedouin sheikhs, in this case the Turabay family. Chatty, 2006, p. 868. In the mid-18th century, Jenin was designated the administrative capital of a district that included Lajjun, Ajlun and Jabal Nablus. ref name Doumanip39

Chita, Zabaykalsky Krai

of Russia (an oblast) in southeast Siberia, Russia. Its administrative center was the city (types of inhabited localities in Russia) of Chita (Chita, Zabaykalsky Krai). It had extensive international borders with China (People's Republic of China) (998 km) and Mongolia (868 km) and internal borders with Irkutsk (Irkutsk Oblast) and Amur Oblasts, as well as with the Buryat (Republic of Buryatia) and the Sakha Republics. Its area

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