caliphate

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Related to Caliph of Baghdad: khalif, Abbasid dynasty
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the territorial jurisdiction of a caliph

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the office of a caliph

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In the 11th century, the caliph of Baghdad, the supreme religious leader of Islam, recruited Seljuk mercenaries to help him maintain his position.
First described by the postmaster of the caliph of Baghdad in the ninth century, the Radhanites brought a revolutionary international trade network to the area, trading products like papyrus, textiles, wine, spices, and olive oil.
He will play the Caliph of Baghdad in the popular family show.
"Al-Ma'mun: Caliph of Baghdad." Calliope Magazine (February 2000).
# I REMEMBER visiting the local park back in the 1930s and a brass band played the overture called the Caliph Of Baghdad. I wonder, do bands play this overture in these days?