History of the Order of Assassins
Funk & Wagnalls, 1969 - 261 páginas
"The term "Assassins" is employed in this book to identify those Ismailis who at the end of the eleventh century acknowledged Nizar as their Imam and who in the twelfth century accept the Aga Khan as such."--Foreword.
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