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Fatimite Fat"i*mite, Fatimide Fat"i*mide, a. (Hist.) Descended from Fatima, the daughter and only child of Mohammed. -- n. A descendant of Fatima.

Meaning of fatimid from wikipedia

- the fatimid caliphate (arabic : الفاطميون, al-fāṭimiyyūn) was a shia islamic caliphate , which spanned a large area of north africa , from
- the fatimid architecture that developed in the fatimid caliphate (909–1167 ce) of north africa combined elements of eastern and western
- fatimid art refers to islamic artifacts and architecture from the fatimid caliphate (909-1171), prin****lly in egypt and north africa .
- the fatimid period: fatimid caliphate. image:ne 1025ad. jpg , the near east in 1025 ad, showing the fatimid caliphate and neighbors.
- date june 2014 nizar , nijhar (નિઝર) town in gujarat , nijhar collapsed 1 abū manṣūr nizār al-muṣṭafá li-dīn’il-lāh (1045-1097 أبومنصور نزار
- literally 'ruler by god's command'), was the sixth fatimid caliph and 16th ismaili imam (996–1021). al-hakim is an important figure in
- this is a list of caliphs of the fatimid caliphate (909–1171). list of caliphs: coin kunya given name laqab (regnal name) birth death ,
- war with fatimid egypt: the war with fatimid egypt began when the first crusade invaded fatimid territory and started the siege of
- cairo was founded by the fatimid dynasty in the 10th century ce, but the land composing the present-day city was the site of national
- originally sent to fatimid egypt by his zengid lord nur ad-din in 1163, saladin climbed the ranks of the fatimid government by virtue of