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Edited by R. Sellheim
This book is an original and important study of philosophical issues in medieval Arabic poetics. Examining the commentaries on Aristotle's Poetics by Avicenna in the context of Aristotle's logical theory, the author shows how the philosophers justified the logical and moral power of poetic ...
Edited by Oleg Grabar
Edited by C.E. Bosworth, E. van Donzel and Ch. Pellat, Assisted by F.Th. Dijkema and S. Nurit. With B. Lewis (pp. 1-512) and W.P. Heinrichs (pp. 513-1044).
Établie par C.E. Bosworth, E. van Donzel et Ch. Pellat, assistés de F.Th. Dijkema et Mme S. Nurit. Avec B. Lewis (pp. 1-512) et W.P. Heinrichs (pp. 513-1044).
Sheila S. Blair
This book studies the surviving 79 monumental inscriptions from the Iranian world that date to the first five centuries of the Muslim era (ad 622-1106). Each is presented with photographs, drawings, transcriptions, translations and an extensive commentary, which explains the text in its larger ...
Mark S.W. Hoyle
This thoroughly researched work will appeal to both the academic and practitioner involved in Middle East Law on a regular basis.
Daniel Crecelius and ‘Abd al-Wahhab Bakr
This book deals with both Mediterranean and Islamic history. It outlines the political history of the Fatimid period, and Fatimid relationships with Byzantium. Other topics discussed are the structure of the Fatimid state, Fatimid army and navy, and the wars with the Crusaders.
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