Caliphal and Moral Exemplar? ‛Alī Ibn ‛Asākir’s Portrait of Yazīd b. Mu‛āwiya

@inproceedings{Lindsay1997CaliphalAM,
  title={Caliphal and Moral Exemplar? ‛Alī Ibn ‛Asākir’s Portrait of Yazīd b. Mu‛āwiya},
  author={James E. Lindsay},
  year={1997}
}
Ali Ibn Asakir est une source importante des premiers siecles de l'epoque islamique (1105-1176). Ses 9000 biographies rassemblees en 19 volumes sont une veritable mine d'informations. Lorsqu'il aborde le califat de Yazid Muawiya, c'est de maniere tres breve. En effet, son desir est surtout de traiter de questions morales. Le portrait de Yazid est sans doute un des plus ironiques dans l'ensemble des biographies d'Asakir. Pour ce dernier, Yazid est un pecheur. Neanmoins, il est un authentique… 
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