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Title: Domiyat  
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Subject: Islamic geography, Ibn al-Wardi, Kitab al-Rawd al-Mitar, Abu'l Abbas al-Hijazi, Book of Roads and Kingdoms (al-Bakrī)
Collection: Medieval Arab Geographers
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Domiyat, was an Egyptian Muslim Admiral and explorer.

In the year 1008 the Fatimid Egyptian sea captain Domiyat travels to the Buddhist pilgrimage site in Shandong, China, to seek out the Chinese Emperor Zhenzong of Song with gifts from his ruling Al-Hakim bi-Amr Allah, successfully reopening diplomatic relations between Egypt and China that had been lost since the collapse of the Tang Dynasty.


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