The research deals with the social groups of the community of Nablus city particularly governors and administrators from brigade commanders and the entrepreneurs, in addition to soldiers sects such as Al-Sibahiyya and Al-Inkishariya (Al-Blukbashiya), and the owners of the religious jobs from judged, Imams (leading of prayers), cares for praying, orators, teachers and endowment caretakers. Moreover, the traders and owners, notables, and the owners of the profession jobs, slaves and followers, and the role of all those in economic activities of the city. Lastly, the research deals with the role of the women in the society. The Research concludes that the social and economic difference was evident in the city because they have revealed some of the functional site and economic activity.
Ghanaiyem, Zuhair and Ashqar, Mahmoud
"Social groups in the City of Nablus in the Eleventh Century AH / Seventh Century AD,"
An-Najah University Journal for Research - B (Humanities): Vol. 31:
1, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/anujr_b/vol31/iss1/3