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, built by the Fountain of Qayt Bay Mamluks in the fifteenth century, has a large reservoir beneath it?
Great Mosque of Gaza (pictured), completed by the Mamluks in 1344, is the largest and one of the oldest mosques in the Gaza Strip?
was built in 1264 by Yalbugha Mosque Mamluk princes in Damascus, Syria?
1318 Mamluk was considered the most glamorous Qala'un Mosque mosque in Cairo until its wooden dome collapsed in the 16th century?
in the 1508
in Battle of Chaul India, a Mamluk- Gujarati fleet defeated a Portuguese fleet under Lourenço de Almeida?
from 1747 to 1831, present-day
Iraq was by ruled Georgian Mamluks?
in 1289, when the
Mamluks led by Qalawun captured Tripoli (depicted in artwork) in present-day Lebanon from the Franks, they ended 180 years of uninterrupted Christian rule, the longest of any of the major Frankish conquests in the Levant?
in the 13th and 14th centuries, the
Mongol Empire had an with the alliance Armenians against their common enemy, the Muslim Mamluks?
, a Qaqun Palestinian village depopulated during the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, had been continuously inhabited by Arabs since as early as the Mamluk period?
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Question 1: ________ (1802–1807) Son of Umar
Question 2: The Egyptian troops retreated at first, spurring the sultan to hang more than 50 commanders as ________.
Question 3: Officers of the United States Marine Corps carry a ceremonial Mameluke Sword, and Mamluke swords are used by ________ in festivals.
Question 4: The Russian ambassador in ________ categorically refused to mediate because the Russian government was afraid of allowing Mamluks to return to Georgia, where a strong national liberation movement was on the rise which might have been encouraged by a Mamluk return.
Question 5: 1501 ________
Question 6: Mamluks fought well at the ________ on 2 December 1805, and the regiment was granted a standard and its roster increased to accommodate a standard-bearer and a trumpet.
Question 7: The Mamluk Sultanate survived until 1517, when it was conquered by the ________.
Question 8: 1250 ________ ( al-Salih Ayyub's Widow de facto ruler of Egypt)
Question 9: Near the Al-Azab gates, in a narrow road down from Mukatam Hill, Muhammad Ali's forces ambushed and killed almost all in what came to be known as the ________.