Texts, documents, and artefacts [electronic resource]: Islamic studies in honour of D.S. Richards

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D. Donald Sidney Richards, Chase F. Robinson
BRILL, 1 de jan de 2003 - 417 páginas
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The volume brings together 17 articles by leading Islamicists and Arabists, on a variety of topics in Medieval and Early Modern times, including the Qur'?n, Shi'ism, ?bb?sid historiography, the Crusaders, and Mamluk history.
 

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Caliphs and their chroniclers in the Middle Abbasid
17
A new text on Ismailism at the Samanid court
37
A treatise on the Imamate of the Fatimid Caliph
69
A conversation on contemporary politics in
103
Les sources dIbn alAdim sur le régne de Sayf
121
An original Arabic document from Crusader
157
Sniffy
191
Sirat alMuayyad Shaykh by Ibn Nahid
211
Foot soldiers militiamen and volunteers in the early
233
Tribal feuding and Mamluk factions in medieval Syria
251
The collapse of the Great Saljuqs
265
the power of the new
301
De passage à Damas en 6881286 Ibn alNajib et
357
When is a fake a fake and how much does it matter?
385
Materials for the study of Arabic in the age of
405
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Chase F. Robinson, Ph.D. (1993), Harvard University, is University Lecturer in Islamic History at the University of Oxford. He has published Empire and Elites after the Muslim Conquest (CUP, 2000) and Islamic Historiography (CUP, 2000).

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