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Volume :37 Issue : 143 2011      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Egyptian Pilgrimage (Hajj) in the Era of the Mamluk Sultans & Religious, Scientific, Cultural and Social Effects (648-923 Hegira/1250-1517 AD).

Auther : Dr. Nayef E. Al-Sohail

     By Virtue of its geographical location, Egypt was an assembly point of all pilgrims coming from the Morocco, Andalusia and West Africa. Egypt has been able to promote and take care of pilgrimage to the Two Holy Mosques by accommodating trip requirements through official and public support. Pilgrimage has special significant features and celebrations held in Cairo. Those Pilgrimages had profound effects including religious, scientific, cultural and social. The religious effect was reflected in spreading the spirit of asceticism and mysticism, in addition to the evolution of the advisory, judiciary, public speaking and others.
     The scientific and cultural effects reflected in the spread of science and culture by pilgrim scientists and scholars coming from Egypt in addition to the establishment of schools. There were many social implications that had an important role in the royal and civil societies..
 

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