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Journal:   TARIKH WA TAMADDUN-I ISLAMI   SPRING-SUMMER 2012 , Volume 8 , Number 15; Page(s) 173 To 190.
 
Paper: 

TRADE IN THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA: A REVIEW OF COMMERCIAL AGREEMENTS BETWEEN ABU AL-HASSAN AND ABU INAN MARINI AND CHRISTIAN STATES

 
 
Author(s):  FARAHMAND YOUNES*
 
* DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND CIVILIZATION OF ISLAMIC NATIONS, SCIENCE AND RESEARCH BRANCH, ISLAMIC AZAD UNIVERSITY, TEHRAN, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

The Marinids were at the peak of power in the reigns of Abu Al-Hassan(rule:1331-1349 A.D.) and Abu Inan (rule:1349-1358 A.D.) during which their political dominance extended not only over the Maghrib Al –AIsa (Far West) as their former seat of government, but also over the middle and near West and even to some parts of Andalusia. The Marinids’ dominance over the Mediterranean long coasts promoted the situation of Morocco in this era as a gateway to Europe and Africa and led toward the conclusion of several treaties between Muslims and Christians in the light of their common interests and with the purpose of expansion of trade in the Mediterranean Sea. The rulers of Mallorca, the Italian ports of Venice, Genoa, Pisa and finally, the Government of Aragon concluded separate trade treaties with Muslims. They aimed to supply raw materials and public necessities. Studies on these treaties show that when Muslims were powerful, their Christian trade allies had to accept their conditions and abide by their obligations, while the situation reversed, the contents of treaties changed prejudicially in favor of the Christians.

 
Keyword(s): THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA, ABU AL-HASSAN AND ABU-INAN MARINI, HISTORY OF TRADE, MALLORCA, ARAGON
 
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