Stanley Lane-Poole


Born
in London, The United Kingdom
December 18, 1854

Died
December 29, 1931

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قصة العرب في إسبانيا

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تاريخ مصر في العصور الوسطى

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4.09 avg rating — 166 ratings — published 1901 — 31 editions
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سيرة القاهرة

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3.85 avg rating — 88 ratings — published 1902 — 24 editions
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Saladin and the Fall of the...

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Saladin: All Powerful Sulta...

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الحياة الاجتماعية في مصر

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3.62 avg rating — 26 ratings — published 1883 — 4 editions
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‫قصة العرب في إسبانيا‬

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History of India, From the ...

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The Barbary Corsairs

3.87 avg rating — 30 ratings — published 1890 — 39 editions
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Aurangzib and the Decay of ...

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“ومما يلاحظ على المرأة المصرية , أنها في العادة - أو على الأقل حين تظهر في المجتمعات - متواضعة إلى حد كبير , فهي تختلس نظرة الغريب في سرعة سحرية حتى ولو بدا للجميع أنها تنظر إلى الناحية الآخرى من الطريق , وفي الحال نجدها تحكم وضع النقاب على فمها ورأسها , وإذا ما أتيح لها أن تلقاك وجهًا لوجه , فإنها لا تسبل عينيها الواسعتين كما تفعل الغربيات , وإنما تحولهما عنك في بطء يأخذ بمجامع القلوب.”
Stanley Lane-Poole, سيرة القاهرة

“The island of Lesbos has given many gifts to the world—Lesbian wine and Lesbian verse, the seven-stringed lyre, and the poems of Sappho; but of all its products the latest was assuredly the most questionable, for the last great Lesbians were the brothers Barbarossa.”
Stanley Lane-Poole, The Story of the Barbary Corsairs

“There is no greater mistake than to imagine that the Arabs, who spread with such astonishing rapidity over half the civilized world, were in any real sense a united people. So far was this from being the truth, that it demanded all Mohammed's diplomatic skill, and all his marvellous personal prestige, to keep up a semblance of unity even while he was alive. The Arabs were made up of a number of hostile tribes or clans, many of whom had been engaged in deadly blood-feuds for several generations, and all of whom were moved by a spirit of tribal jealousy which was never entirely extinguished. Had the newly-founded Mohammedan State been restrained within the borders of Arabia, there can be no doubt that it would speedily have collapsed in the rivalry of the several clans;”
Stanley Lane-Poole, The Moors in Spain

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