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Hereditary succession did occur after the charismatic warlords Baybars and Qalāwun, but was never officially justified. As compared with the Turko-Mongolian empires, the true unit of solidarity in which the Mamluk heritage passed was thus the Mamluk household, as compared to the royal clan of the nomadic empires. Its group solidarity, khoshdāshiya (comradeship) can be compared to the tribal solidarity (‛asabiya[t]) of the royal clan. As a consequence, the Mamluk kingdom was taken over as a whole by an elected Sultan and never divided among the princes of the royal house as appanages (Holt 1975).
He describes such transactions as ritual performances that transmit a kind of socio-cultural capital in addition to any patent intellectual knowledge. In the spirit of Chamberlain, this panel seeks to understand the role that magical practice and ritualized activities play in the transmission of knowledge, authority, status, and transformative power in the Persianate context. Each paper will attempt to recover a culture saturated in magic that has remained 51 largely invisible. Panelists: Derek Mancini-Lander, Azfar Moin, Kathryn Babayan.