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VOYAGES D'IBN BATOUTAH: TEXT ARABE, ACCOMPAGIbn Batuta
An 1853-8 edition of the Journey of the Moroccan traveller Ibn Battuta (1304-68/9), with a French translation.
The Travels of Ibn Battuta in the Near East, Asia and Africa ...Ibn Batuta
In 1326, Ibn Battuta began a pilgrimage to Mecca that ended 27 years and 75,000 miles later.
Ibn Battúta: Travels in Asia and Africa : 1325-1354Ibn Batuta
This fine facsimile edition, originally published in 1929, is enhanced by the inclusion of several exquisite prints, with maps of the journeys undertaken during Ibn Battuta's remarkable life.
The Travels of Ibn Battuta to Central AsiaIbn Batuta
The author provides a commentary on the experiences of the Muslim traveler Ibn Battuta in Central Asia during the 14th century.
The Travels of Ibn BattutahIbn Batuta
With this edition by Mackintosh-Smith, Battuta's Travels takes its place alongside other indestructible masterpieces of the travel-writing genre.
Ibn Battuta in Black Africa:Ibn Batuta
This book is one of the most important documents about Black Africa written by a non-European medieval historian.
Ibn Battuta in Black AfricaIbn Batuta
. . . This book provides much food for thought, combined with the simple pleasure of a good travel tale well told.The Boston GlobeNoel Q. King, U.C. Santa Cruz, is the author of Religion in Africa and numerous other books.
The Travels of Ibn BattutaIbn Battuta
One of the greatest travelers of his age, Sheikh Ibn Battuta began a pilgrimage to Mecca in 1326 that ended 27 years and 75,000 miles later.
A Muslim American Slave: The Life of Omar Ibn SaidOmar Ibn Said
This edition presents the English translation on pages facing facsimile pages of Ibn Said’s Arabic narrative, augmented by Alryyes’s comprehensive introduction, contextual essays and historical commentary by leading literary critics and ...
The Orange Trees of Marrakesh: Ibn Khaldun and the Science ...Stephen Frederic Dale
... Eastern and Islamic Review 8 (2009): 242–291. Historian Allen James Fromherz argues, or strongly implies, that Ibn Khaldun was a practicing Sufi. See his book Ibn Khaldun: Life and Times (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2011).
Abraham Ibn Ezra: The Book of Reasons. A Parallel ...Preview
This volume is the first product of a larger enterprise-a scientific edition of all twelve Ibn Ezra's astrological treatises-and offers a critical Hebrew text of the two versions of Ibn Ezra's "Sefer ha-Te'amim," the Book of Reasons, ...
The Adventures of Ibn OpcitJohn Gorman Barr
The Adventures of Ibn Opcit is a two-volume work by John Barr, first president of The Poetry Foundation. Grace, the first volume of this mock epic, is the master song of Ibn Opcit, a Caribbean gardener/poet condemned to die by torture.
African American History Day by Day: A Reference Guide to ...Karen Juanita Carrillo
December 27 1807 Omar Ibn Sayyid, the Muslim African who was enslaved in the southern United States yet wrote the Autobiography of Omar ibn Said in 1831, arrives at the Charleston, South Carolina harbor. In 1831, Omar ibn Sayyid, ...
Roman Catholics and Shi'i Muslims: Prayer, Passion, and PoliticsJames A. Bill
Prayer, Passion, and Politics James A. Bill, John Alden Williams. 9 The early Sufis who were believing and practicing Shi'is include Ma'ruf alKarkhi, Yahya ibn Mu'adh alRazi, Ta'us alYamani, Bahlul Majnun, Malik ibn Dinar, and Mansur ibn ...
The Slave's NarrativePreview
“Autobiography of Omar ibn Said, Slave in North Carolina, 1831'' (translated from the original Arabic). American Historical Review XXX (July 1925): 791–95. ibn Said, Omar. “Autobiography of Omar ibn Said, Slave in North Carolina, 1831.
Ibn 'Arabi in the Later Islamic Tradition: The Making of a ...Alexander D. Knysh
Examines the fierce controversy over the legacy of Ibn 'Arabi, the great Islamic mystic.
Ibn BattutaL. P. Harvey
Told with hum our, irony and pathos, his travelogue is filled with marvels which blend idealism with reality. L. P. Harvey reviews Ibn Battuta's journeys and discusses the major themes of the Travels.
The Travels of Ibn Battuta, A.D. 1325-1354Preview
This volume covers Turkestan, Khurasan, Sind, north-western India and Delhi, including an account of the reign of Sultan Muhammad ibn Tughluq. This is a new print-on-demand hardback edition of the volume first published in 1971.
Ahmad ibn HanbalChristopher Melchert
Upholding the view that the Qur'an was uncreated and the direct word of God, Ahmad ibn Hanbal (780-855) thought that the holy text should be read literally, rejecting any possibility for metaphorical or revisionist interpretation.
The Travels of Ibn Battuta: in the Near East, Asia and ...Ibn Battuta
An engrossing account of a 1326 pilgrimage to Mecca provides vivid details of Morocco, Russia, India, China, and elsewhere. "The ultimate in real life adventure stories." — History in Review.
Virtues of the Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal: Volume OneIbn al-Jawzi
I thank Christopher Melchert for improving my translation of this passage. A quire is “any gathering or set of sheets forming part of a complete manuscript or printed book” (OED), which seems a reasonable equivalent of juzʾ, literally “part,” ...
Islam in Historical PerspectiveAlexander Knysh
41 For details, see Alexander Knysh, Ibn 'Arabi in the Later Islamic Tradition, SUNY Press, Albany, NY, 1999. 42 For Ibn Sina«s philosophical views, see Chapter 14. 43 For images, see, e.g., John Brown, The Darvishes or Oriental Mysticism, ...
Lord of Arabia: Ibn Saud, an Intimate Study of a KingHarold Courtenay Armstrong
A well-researched, captivating history of the Arab nation, wrapped into the biography of Ibn Saud, founding father and first king of Saudi Arabia.
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