"He Was Crude of Speech:" Turks and Arabs in the Hagiographical Imagination of Early Ottoman Egypt
The Arab Lands in the Ottoman Era
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
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Erik S. Ohlander (2005).
"He Was Crude of Speech:" Turks and Arabs in the Hagiographical Imagination of Early Ottoman Egypt. Presented at The Arab Lands in the Ottoman Era, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
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