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An intelligent and well-researched account of the origins of the Almohad Empire.- Hugh N. Kennedy, Professor of Arabic, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS),University of London
<br / > A very welcome contribution to the field ... [Fromherz] introduces the Almohads in a lively and engaging way. Amira K. Bennison, Senior Lecturer in Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge
<br / > Well-researched and thorough ... invaluable for the scholar of Islam. Anthony McRoy, Muslim World Book Review
<br / > The Almohad Empire at its zenith in the twelfth century was the major power in the Mediterranean. This is an intelligent and well researched account of the origins of the Almohad Empire. There is no other full length account of this important movement in English. - Hugh N Kennedy, Professor of Arabic, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. --Hugh N Kennedy, Professor of Arabic, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London.

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Allen J. Fromherz is Associate Professor of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean History at Georgia State University. He holds a PhD in History from St Andrews University and is the author of Qatar: A Modern History (I.B.Tauris) and Ibn Khaldun, Life and Times.

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