Sultanatus Delhiensis

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Maximus Sultanatus Delhiensis ambitus
Qutb Minar in meschita Quwwat-ul-Islam – Tropaeum sultani Aibak Dellii, saec. 13 ineunte

Sultanatus Delhiensis vel Delliensis[1] fuit imperium Islamicum magni momenti in India septentrionali, quod 1206 - 1526 exstabat. Caput fuit Dellium.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Fernand Braudel: The Perspective of the World, Editio tertia Civilization and Capitalism. Novi Eboraci: Harper & Row, 1984.
  • Sir Henry Miers Elliot et John Dowson (eds.): The History of India as told by its own Historians, Nova editio, Novi Dellii, 1990.
  • Peter Jackson: The Delhi Sultanate: a political and military history. Cantabrigiae, 1999.
  • Hermann Kulke: Indische Geschichte bis 1750 (Oldenbourg Grundriss der Geschichte). Monaci: Oldenbourg, 2005, ISBN 3-486-55741-6.
  • R. C. Majumdar: The History and Culture of the Indian People; Vol. VI: The Delhi Sultanate, Mumbai, 1960
    • --do.-- Editio septima, The Mughal Empire, Mumbai, 1973.
  • Khaliq Ahmad Nizami: Some Aspects of Religion and Politics in India in the Thirteenth Century, Novi Dellii, 1961 (ed. revisa: Novi Dellii, 2002).
  • Dietmar Rothermund: Geschichte Indiens vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart. Monaci: C. H. Beck, 2002, ISBN 3-406-47994-4.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Ad adiectivi formam vide disputationem.

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