3 edition of historical story of the Barmecides found in the catalog.
historical story of the Barmecides
Boulos Ayad Ayad
|Statement||by Boulos Ayad Ayad.|
|LC Classifications||DS38.6 .A94|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||77961052|
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BARMECIDES, more accurately Barmakids, a noble Persian family which attained great power under the Abbasid caliphs. Barmak, the founder of the family, was a Persian fire-worshipper, and is supposed to have been a native of Khorasan.
The Barmakids; also spelled Barmecides, were an influential Iranian family from Balkh where they were originally hereditary Buddhist leaders, and subsequently came to great political power under the Abbasid caliphs of Baghdad. Khalid, the son of Barmak became the prime minister of Al Saffah, the first Caliph of the Abbasid dynasty.
His son Yahya aided Harun Al-Rashid in capturing the throne and rose to power. The Barmecide Feast by James Baldwin. There was once a rich old man who was called the Bar-me-cide. He lived in a beautiful palace in the midst of flowery gardens/ Barmecides, more accurately Barmakids, a noble Persian family which attained great power under the Abbasid caliphs.
Barmak, the founder of the family, was a Persian fire-worshipper, and is supposed to have been a native of Khorasan. The story of the Barmecides in the Arabian Nights was one of Dickens’ favorites (Maxwell ).
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None of the viziers attained to the rank and favour which he enjoyed with Er Reshid, who was wont to call him brother and used to carry him with him into his house. We are all familiar with the story of the Barmecide’s feast from the Arabian Nights.
It is a story about the Barber’s sixth brother, Schacabac. When he had fallen on bad days and had no money to buy a meal, he went to the house of the Barmecide who was well known for his generosity, to ask for alms.
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