The impact of the Egyptian textile industry on reviving internal and external trade from the Arab Islamic conquestuntil 457 AH/1064 AD - historical study -


  • Hayder Saaed Lafth University of Kufa - College of Arts
  • Asim Yassin Habib Ministry of Education - Directorate of Education of Babylon



industry, textilestrade, industrytextiles, tradeinterior, interiorexterior, Islamic conquest



The textile industry is one of the most important industries for which Egypt has been famous since ancient times and continued to do so after the Islamic conquest in 20 AH / 640 AD, to the extent that it directly affected many areas, foremost of which was internal and external trade, based on several reasons that contributed to its advancement and development as Egypt’s strategic location on the roads Foreign trade, the abundance of those roads at the internal level, and the community’s experience in this field, which led to the activity of markets and their prosperity in textile trade, in addition to the expansion of Egyptian cities and their absorption of the labor force specialized in the textile industry, and the textile industry led to the revival of foreign trade thanks to the security stability that it provided Successive governments in Egypt after the Islamic conquest, Egyptian textile products became circulated in other regions and countries.


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Saaed, Hayder, and Asim Habib. “ The Impact of the Egyptian Textile Industry on Reviving Internal and External Trade from the Arab Islamic Conquestuntil 457 AH 1064 AD - Historical Study -”. Kufa Journal of Arts, vol. 1, no. 52, June 2022, pp. 293-30, doi:10.36317/kaj/2022/v1.i52.3736.

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