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- n. Alternative form of Fatimid.
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The Fatimide and Omayyad dynasties employed Jewish representatives and ministers, Samuel ibn
Buddhistic ideas; from it came the Fatimide califate of Egypt, and from this (ca. 1000 A.D.) the Druse sect, which began as a church, but has become merely a local religion. [