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We know this improbable bit of information because burglars were members of a loose fraternity of rogues, vagabonds, wandering poets and outright criminals who made up Islam’s medieval underworld. This broad group was known collectively as the Banu Sasan, and for half a dozen centuries its members might be encountered anywhere from Umayyad.
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Brill, I). Part One: The Banu Sdsan in Arabic Life and Lore, pp. i-xiv, I-I79, I*-II* (index). Part Two. The Mediaeval Islamic Underworld: The Banū Sāsān in Arabic Society and Literature.
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The Criminal Underworld in a Medieval Islamic Society: Narratives from Cairo and Damascus under the Mamluks Petry has divided the book into ten chapters based on the categories of crime, with an introduction on the sources and a brief conclusion. The first chapter offers a brief analysis of the nine chronicles used for the study Author: Fariba Zarinebaf.