7 edition of Early Islamic Spain found in the catalog.
Early Islamic Spain
MuбёҐammad ibn К»Umar Ibn al-QЕ«б№Д«yah
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||David James [editor].|
|Series||Culture and civilization in the Middle East -- 15|
|Contributions||James, David Lewis.|
|LC Classifications||DP101 .I2513 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780415475525, 9780203882672|
|LC Control Number||2008033992|
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This book is the first published English-language translation of the significant History of Islamic Spain by Ibn al-Qutiya (d. Cordova / )/5. This book is the first published English-language translation of the significant History of Islamic Spain by Ibn al-Qutiya (d.
Cordova / Early Islamic Spain book. Including extensive notes and comments, a genealogical table and relevant maps, the text is preceded by a study of the author and his work, and is the only serious examination of the unique manuscript since Pascual de Gayangos’ edition in Manufacturer: Routledge.
This book is the first published English-language translation of the significant History of Islamic Spain by Ibn al-Qutiya (d. Cordova / ). Including extensive notes and comments, a. Written at the height of the Umayyad Caliphate of Muslim Spain and Portugal (al-Andalus), the History describes the first years of Muslim rule in the peninsula.
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