Byzantium and the Early Islamic Conquests

@inproceedings{Kaegi1992ByzantiumAT,
  title={Byzantium and the Early Islamic Conquests},
  author={W. Kaegi},
  year={1992}
}
Preface 1. The problem of Byzantium and the early Islamic conquests 2. The Byzantine Empire in an era of accelerating change 3. Difficulties in devising defences for Syria 4. The first Muslim penetrations of Byzantine territory 5. Early tests in southern Palestine 6. Problems of cohesion: the battle of Jabiya-Yarmuk reconsidered 7. The brief struggle to save northern Syria and Byzantine Mesopotamia 8. Byzantium, Armenia, Armenians, and early Islamic conquests 9. Controversy and confidence in… Expand
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