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پژوهشنامه تاریخ اسلام 2019, 1(33): 97-115 Back to browse issues page
The Copts’ taxes in the tax system of Mamalik
Tahereh Azimzadeh Tehrani, Gholamhossein Beshkani, Shahrbanou Delbari
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Due to the lack of a regular and stable system and difficulties in budget management, tax affairs during the Mamalik era (648-923) was transforming continuously. Since, part of the Mamalik’s incomes, like previous governments, was based on collecting taxes from non-Muslim Copts, sources of this period indicate that due to various factors, Mamliks have been forced to make changes in the way of tax reception and its types from non-Muslims. The present paper attempts to answer the question of how Copt’s taxation has changed over the Mamalik’s era and how these changes influenced mamalik’s financial system and incomes? According to the findings of this research, the Copts had a huge impact on the increase of Mamalik’s incomes by paying taxes of Jizya, Sahlalghale, Mazalim, Mokus, Mavaris, fines, and army equipment tax. Finally, they also have been effective in removing Mamalik’s financial and economic problems and improving their economic condition
Keywords: Egypt economic history, Jizya, the Copts, Mamlik’s tax system, the Copts’ taxes
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2020/01/27 | Accepted: 2020/01/27

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Azimzadeh Tehrani T, Beshkani G, Delbari S. The Copts’ taxes in the tax system of Mamalik. پژوهشنامه تاریخ اسلام. 2019; 1 (33) :97-115
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