Tag: Medieval Politics

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The Mongol Mamluk Sultan Al Adel Kitbugha (694-702 Hij, 1294-1302 AD)

In history, some personalities stand out due to the differences in the way they were viewed after achieving glory for themselves, a glory that took them up to the highest ranks.

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The Politics of Hegemony and the ‘Empires’ of Anglo-Saxon England

This examination does not intend to add to that ‘wild confusion’ by proposing a new definition of empire to encompass the hegemonies of Æthelstan and Cnut, nor does it seek to force those disparate kingships into an existing definition of the term. Rather, it simply questions whether it makes sense for historians to use the term ’empire’ to denote a distinct and coherent category of political power in the context of Anglo-Saxon monarchical hegemonies.