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  1. Ismat ad-Din is a laqab (the descriptive part of an Arabic name) meaning "purity of the faith"; Khatun is an honorific meaning "lady" or "noblewoman". Her given name ( ism in Arabic) is unknown. [1] Her father became regent of Damascus in 1138, and ruled the city on behalf of a series of young emirs of the Burid dynasty.

  2. Ismat ad-Din is a laqab ( the descriptive part of an Arabic name) meaning "purity of the faith"; Khatun is an honorific meaning "lady" or "noblewoman". Her given name ( ism) is unknown. [1] Her father became regent of Damascus in 1138, and ruled the city on behalf of a series of young emirs of the Burid dynasty.

  3. Ismat ad-Din is a laqab (the descriptive part of an Arabic name) meaning "purity of the faith"; Khatun is an honorific meaning "lady" or "noblewoman". Her given name ( ism in Arabic) is unknown. [1] Her father became regent of Damascus in 1138, and ruled the city on behalf of a series of young emirs of the Burid dynasty.

  4. www.wikinone.com › Ismat_ad-Din_KhatunIsmat ad-Din Khatun

    Ismat ad-Din is a laqab (the descriptive part of an Arabic name) meaning "purity of the faith"; Khatun is an honorific meaning "lady" or "noblewoman". Her given name ( ism in Arabic) is unknown. [1] Her father became regent of Damascus in 1138, and ruled the city on behalf of a series of young emirs of the Burid dynasty .

  5. Also known as: عصمت الدين خاتون, Asimat ʿIṣmat ad-Dīn Khātūn was the daughter of a regent of Damascus, and wife of two of the 12th century’s greatest Muslim generals, Nur ad-Din and Saladin. Ismat ad-Din means “purity of the faith” while Khatun is an honorific for noblewomen; her given name is unknown.

  6. Ismat ad-Din Khatun's father died in 1149 and her husband gained complete control over Damascus by 1154. When Nur ad-Din died in 1174, King Amalric I of Jerusalem took advantage of the situation and besieged the city of Banias .

  7. Ismat Ad-Din Khatun : Miller, Frederic P., Vandome, Agnes F., McBrewster, John: Amazon.com.mx: Libros

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