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Fatimide
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-fāṭimīyūn) was an ismaili shia islamic caliphate that spanned a large area of north africa, from the red
- this is a list of caliphs of the fatimid caliphate (909–1171). at this point there was a dispute in the succession. the mustaali cause, given below,
- march 953) (arabic: المنصور بالله الفاطمي‎‎) was the third caliph of the fatimid caliphate in ifriqiya (r. 946-953). ismāʿīl was born in 913 in raqqada
- the byzantine empire and the fatimid caliphate in syria. it was fought in early 971 near alexandretta, while the main fatimid army was besieging antioch
- the fatimid architecture that developed in the fatimid caliphate (909–1167 ce) of north africa combined elements of eastern and western architecture, drawing
- the tayy tribe. mufarrij was engaged in repeated rebellions against the fatimid caliphate, which controlled southern syria at the time. although he was
- in 1023, a group of her favourites took power. under this regime, the fātimid state slipped into crisis - in egypt, famine and plague lead to anarchy
- fought on 19 july 998 between the forces of the byzantine empire and the fatimid caliphate. the battle was part of a series of military confrontations between