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Tom- berg, "Ueber muhammedanische Revolutions-Münzen," ZDMG, XXII (1868), 706-7. Town on the canal of the same name, to the south of Baghdad and con- necting the Euphrates and Tigris; see Yaqut, Mu`jam, V, 324; Le Strange, Lands, 70-1. Town on the canal of the same name, to the south of Nahr al-Malik; see Yaqut, Mu`jam, IV, 487-8; Le Strange, Lands, 68-9. Commander of al-Rashid who fought for al-Amin but who obviously re- covered favor under the new régime; see Crone, 145. Sahl had come to Harthamah in Iraq as the governor appointed over it by al-Ma'mun, Harthamah had handed over to him what tax revenues he then had in his pos- session and had set off for Khurasan, bitterly angry at al-Hasan.
Al-Mahdi's despairing attempt to retain his caliphal power in Baghdad; his loss of the people of Baghdad's allegiance; his disappearance underground in the city 86 Various items of information 92 The Events of the Year 204 (819/820) 94 Al-Ma'mun's arrival in Baghdad and assumption of authority there; the abandonment of the `Alid colour of green and restoration of the traditional `Abbasid colour of black 94 Various items of information 97 The Events of the Year 205 (820/821) 99 Al-Ma'mun's appointment of Tahir b.
Barthold). , Kitab `Uyun al-hada'iq, 344; Ibn al-Athir, al-Kamil, VI, 297-8. Al-Ma'mun himself was at this time in his eastern Khurasanian capital of Marw. v. Honigmann). Kennedy, The early Abbasid caliphate, 168-9. `Uyun, 344; Ibn al-Athir, al-Kamil, VI, 298. Sahl, bearer of the honorific of Dhu al-Qalamayn and administrator of Iraq for al-Hasan after the death of al-Amin; see Sourdel, Vizirat, I, 202, 205, 216. Pellat). cit. Sahl, as al-Ma'mun's appoin- tee with responsibility for both military and financial matters.