The Assassins
By: Lewis, BernardShare

Language: English


Assassin is now a common noun in most European languages, but it first came to the West from Arabic around the time of the Crusades, when it was the name of a secretive Islamic sect feared by the Crusaders and the Muslim establishment alike. Here Bernard Lewis traces the origins of the Assassin sect.

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Product Details
By:Lewis, Bernard
Pages: 166 pp
Publisher:Saqi Books, Beirut
Dimensions:13 x 19 cm
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