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By Carl Brockelmann

Brockelmann’s heritage of the Arabic Written culture deals bio-bibliographic information regarding works written in Arabic and their authors, with an emphasis on manuscripts from the classical interval. This initially multivolume reference paintings is split in chronologically prepared sections, that are subdivided via literary style. person entries often encompass a biographical part and an inventory of the author’s works in manuscript and print, with references to secondary literature. The “Brockelmann”, now additionally to be had in English, is an integral learn instrument for someone engaged on the Islamic international ordinarily and the center East particularly.

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Al-Badr al-ṭāliʿ min al-Ḍawʾ al-lāmiʿ by Aḥmad b. Muḥammad b. ʿAbd al-Salām al-Manūfī, d. 931/1525, Vienna 1179, Leid. —b. al-Qabas al-ḥāwī li-ghurar al-Ḍ. al-l. by Zayn al-Dīn ʿUmar b. al-Shammāʿ al-Ḥalabī, d. 936/1529 (p. 304), Bodl. — 2. , Berl. —3. Wajīh al-kalām, dhayl Duwal al-islām, a continuation of al-Dhahabī’s world history (p. 46), | covering the years 745–898/1344–1493, Berl. 9463, Vienna 809, Br. Mus. 1232, 1, Bodl. —4. Dhayl Rafʿ al-iṣr ʿan quḍāt Miṣr, a continuation of the work of Ibn Ḥajar (p.

In 745/1344 he travelled with the emir Sharaf al-Dīn through Syria. In 755–6/1354–5 he was a guest of | the governor Sayf al-Dīn Manjak in Tripoli, and of the same person in Damascus in 759–61/1358–60. He spent his final years in Aleppo, where he died on 21 Rabīʿ II 779/28 August 1377. | DK II, 29, no. 1543, RA 103v, Ṭabbākh, Ta⁠ʾr. Ḥalab V, 66/71, Orient. II, 197, 343, Quatremère, Hist. des Sultans Maml. I, 204, Wüst. Gesch. 440. 1. Durrat al-aslāk fī mulk (dawlat) al-Atrāk, a history of the Mamlūk sultans of Egypt, in rhymed prose, covering the years 648–777/1250–1375, arranged by year, with asides on neighbouring countries and detailed obituaries, Berl.

But in which he also included a son of the Nuwayrī family who only reached two months of age (VII, 209), alphabetically arranged in 5 vols. ), cf. —Abstracts: a. al-Badr al-ṭāliʿ min al-Ḍawʾ al-lāmiʿ by Aḥmad b. Muḥammad b. ʿAbd al-Salām al-Manūfī, d. 931/1525, Vienna 1179, Leid. —b. al-Qabas al-ḥāwī li-ghurar al-Ḍ. al-l. by Zayn al-Dīn ʿUmar b. al-Shammāʿ al-Ḥalabī, d. 936/1529 (p. 304), Bodl. — 2. , Berl. —3. Wajīh al-kalām, dhayl Duwal al-islām, a continuation of al-Dhahabī’s world history (p.

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