Toponymie et résidences urbaines à Damas au XIVe siècle. Usage et appropriation du patrimoine ayyoubide au début de l'époque mamelouke

Abstract : Palaces and houses of the Ayyubid princes did constitute a particularly useful heritage for the new Mamluk rulers. These buildings are prestigious markers of urban space in the city inside of the walls. They often had pre-ayyubid origins and were repeatedly mentioned by literary sources all along the first century of Mamluk rule before disappearing. The identification and localization of these toponyms as well as the detailed reconstruction of the history of these buildings are the objective of this paper. The aim is to better understand one aspect of the Mamluk emirs' rule and how they settled in the city.
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Mathieu Eychenne. Toponymie et résidences urbaines à Damas au XIVe siècle. Usage et appropriation du patrimoine ayyoubide au début de l'époque mamelouke. Bulletin d'Etudes Orientales, Institut Français du Proche-Orient (IFPO), 2012, 61, pp.247-272. ⟨halshs-00769124⟩

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