Ibn ʻAsākir And Early Islamic History

Ibn Asa kir And Early Islamic History Based on papers presented at a panel entitled Ibn As kir and early Islamic history held at the Middle East Studies Association meeting in Providence Rhode Island November Ibn As kir his T r

  • Title: Ibn ʻAsākir And Early Islamic History
  • Author: James E. Lindsay
  • ISBN: 9780878501205
  • Page: 173
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Based on papers presented at a panel entitled Ibn As kir and early Islamic history held at the Middle East Studies Association meeting in Providence, Rhode Island, November 1996.1 Ibn As kir, his T r kh mad nat Dimashq and its usefulness for understanding eraly Islamic history James E Lindsay 2 Jesus according to Ibn As kir Suleiman A Mourad 3 Uthm n andBased on papers presented at a panel entitled Ibn As kir and early Islamic history held at the Middle East Studies Association meeting in Providence, Rhode Island, November 1996.1 Ibn As kir, his T r kh mad nat Dimashq and its usefulness for understanding eraly Islamic history James E Lindsay 2 Jesus according to Ibn As kir Suleiman A Mourad 3 Uthm n and the Rashidun Caliphs in Ibn As kir s T r kh mad nat Dimashq a study in strategies of compilation Fred M Donner 4 Sayf at first the transmission of Sayf Ibn Umar in al abar and Ibn As kir Marianne Engle Cameron 5 Ibn As kir s sources for the late Umayyad period Steven C Judd 6 Community versus contentions Ibn As kir and Abbasid Syria Paul M Cobb Appendixes.

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