Definition of Kaliphates
1. kaliphate [n] - See also: kaliphate
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kaliphates
Literary usage of Kaliphates
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Outlines of Jewish History, from B. C. 586 to C. E. 1890: With Three Maps by Katie Magnus, Michael Friedländer (1890)
"By the tenth century it had three separate seats of government—\ at Bagdad, at Cairo, and at Cordova, and the influence of each of these three kaliphates ..."
2. The Rise of the Russian Empire by Saki (1900)
"... and they kept up commercial and diplomatic relations with Byzantium and the two kaliphates of Bagdad and Kordova. Their national religion was a form of ..."
3. The Concise Dictionary of Religious Knowledge and Gazetteer by Talbot Wilson Chambers, Frank Hugh Foster, Samuel Macauley Jackson (1889)
"The Shi'ite division disallows the kaliphates of Abu Bekr, Omar and Othman, and claims that Ali was the first true " successor" of Mohammed. ..."
4. Outlines of Jewish History from B.C. 586 to C.E. 1885 by Katie Magnus, Michael Friedländer (1886)
"... of government— at Bagdad, at Cairo, and at Cordova, and the influence of each of these three kaliphates was felt even beyond its own immediate boundary. ..."