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Asian Social Science
Although there are numerous studies about the history of the mameluke state, few studies deal with the economic conditions especially the taxes imposed on the Egyptian society. The study problem aims to shed light on the inception of the mukus taxes in Egypt, and its development during the Fatimid and Ayyubid eras, then to study the most prominent of the mukus taxes imposed during the mameluke era, and the state policy towards the imposition of taxes. This study depends on some historicaldoi:10.5539/ass.v9n9p234 fatcat:nesfn47f2neldpczbrl33qxrry