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The harem of the caliphs of the Abbasid Caliphate (750–1258) in Baghdad was composed of his mother, wives, slave concubines, female relatives and slave servants (women and eunuchs), occupying a secluded portion of the Abbasid household. This institution played an important social function within the Abbasid court and was that part were the women were confined and secluded. The senior woman in rank in the harem was the mother of the Caliph. The Abbasid harem acted as a role model for the harems of other Islamic dynasties, as it was during the Abbasid Caliphate that the harem system was fully enforced in the Muslim world.

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  • The harem of the caliphs of the Abbasid Caliphate (750–1258) in Baghdad was composed of his mother, wives, slave concubines, female relatives and slave servants (women and eunuchs), occupying a secluded portion of the Abbasid household. This institution played an important social function within the Abbasid court and was that part were the women were confined and secluded. The senior woman in rank in the harem was the mother of the Caliph. The Abbasid harem acted as a role model for the harems of other Islamic dynasties, as it was during the Abbasid Caliphate that the harem system was fully enforced in the Muslim world.
  • Le harem des califes du califat abbasside (750-1258) à Bagdad était composé de la mère du calife, de ses épouses, de concubines esclaves, de parentes et de servantes esclaves (femmes et eunuques), occupant une partie isolée de la maison abbasside. Cette institution jouait une fonction sociale importante au sein de la cour abbasside. Les femmes de la cour y étaient confinées et isolées. La femme la plus importante en rang dans le harem était la mère du calife. Le harem abbasside a servi de modèle pour les harems d'autres dynasties islamiques, car c'est pendant le califat abbasside que le système des harems a été pleinement appliqué dans le monde musulman.
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  • The harem of the caliphs of the Abbasid Caliphate (750–1258) in Baghdad was composed of his mother, wives, slave concubines, female relatives and slave servants (women and eunuchs), occupying a secluded portion of the Abbasid household. This institution played an important social function within the Abbasid court and was that part were the women were confined and secluded. The senior woman in rank in the harem was the mother of the Caliph. The Abbasid harem acted as a role model for the harems of other Islamic dynasties, as it was during the Abbasid Caliphate that the harem system was fully enforced in the Muslim world.
  • Le harem des califes du califat abbasside (750-1258) à Bagdad était composé de la mère du calife, de ses épouses, de concubines esclaves, de parentes et de servantes esclaves (femmes et eunuques), occupant une partie isolée de la maison abbasside. Cette institution jouait une fonction sociale importante au sein de la cour abbasside. Les femmes de la cour y étaient confinées et isolées. La femme la plus importante en rang dans le harem était la mère du calife. Le harem abbasside a servi de modèle pour les harems d'autres dynasties islamiques, car c'est pendant le califat abbasside que le système des harems a été pleinement appliqué dans le monde musulman.
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