Features of the life of the nobles in Baghdad in the first Abbasid era )132- 232 AH 749-847 AD)


  • Badie Mohammad Ibrahim Anbar University / College of Arts
  • Al-Mamoun Abdul Sattar Mutlak Anbar University / College of Arts


cute people, begging, earning, slices, the Abbasid era


Praise be to God, Lord of the worlds, and prayers and peace be upon the most honorable of the prophets and messengers, our Master Muhammad, and upon all his family and companions. The study of social life is of great importance among the historical studies, because it focuses on following up and studying human behavior and the development that occurs to man in the era in which he lives. There is no doubt that the society in the Abbasid era fluctuated between its members between one state and another. Some of them lived in wealth and prosperity, and some of them lived in hardship and destitution, and some of them lived a subsistence life, as the nature of the general conditions of the Abbasid caliphate and the crises it was going through, whether political or economic, were throwing With its effects on society, it caused the emergence or spread of various phenomena in society, some of which were reflecting the state of luxury experienced by a segment of society, and these represent what is known as the funny For the purpose of identifying the nature of these phenomena that appeared in Iraq in the Abbasid era, this study was tagged: (The general conditions of the noble people in Iraq in the Abbasid era 132-656 AH / 749-1258 AD). We have dealt with the study of this phenomenon in Iraq in the Abbasid era, because it appeared In this era in a clearer way than in other eras that preceded it, we have also made Baghdad the model from which we will present historical evidence about the most famous gentlemen and beggars in the Abbasid era, because it represented the metropolis of the Abbasid Caliphate and that social phenomena were more evident in its society than in others and represented Social phenomena are a reflection of the nature of society and its general lifestyle. The presence of the poor and beggars in the Abbasid era is one of those phenomena that emerged in that era. This study came to show the nature of these people and their conditions in society. It also reveals the nature of those who practiced these phenomena and how they practiced them. she has