Échos d’Arabie. Le Pèlerinage à La Mecque de Mansa Musa (724–725/1324–1325) d’après des Nouvelles Sources

@article{Collet2019chosDL,
  title={{\'E}chos d’Arabie. Le P{\`e}lerinage {\`a} La Mecque de Mansa Musa (724–725/1324–1325) d’apr{\`e}s des Nouvelles Sources},
  author={Hadrien Collet},
  journal={History in Africa},
  year={2019},
  volume={46},
  pages={105 - 135}
}
  • H. Collet
  • Published 14 May 2019
  • History
  • History in Africa
Résumé: Le pèlerinage de Mansa Musa, plus grand sultan du Mali, en 724/1324, est l’un des événements les plus célèbres du Moyen Âge africain. Le souverain est lui-même devenu, ces dernières années, une figure de l’histoire mondiale. Pourtant, des pans entiers de cet événement restent inconnus, notamment son voyage et séjour dans la péninsule Arabique. Cette étude se focalise sur son voyage depuis Le Caire vers La Mecque, à l’aller comme au retour, et à son séjour dans la ville sainte à l… 
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