Tanya Treptow and T. VorderstrasseExamines the multicultural city of Fustat, capital of medieval Egypt and predecessor to modern Cairo. Explores the interactions of Muslim, Christian, and Jewish communities within urban city life. Communities practiced their own beliefs and enacted communal self-government, but intermingled on a daily basis and practiced shared traditions of life.
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