Islamic Manuscript Studies
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The <i>Journal of Islamic Manuscripts</i> welcomes contributions in English, French and Arabic on codicology, textual studies, manuscript collections and collection care and management. Papers will be peer-reviewed to maintain a high scholarly lev...
Dala'il al khayirat: Images of Makkah and Medina in an Islamic Prayer Book 19th April 2005 Al Maidan Centre, Kuwait
Registration Open: 2017 Introduction to Islamic Codicology Course 4–8 September 2017, Cambridge University Library, Cambridge, UK The Islamic Manuscript Association—in partnership with the Thesaurus Islamicus Foundation, Cambridge University Lib...
ghazali.orga virtual online library Because of him the lame walked briskly, And the songless through him burst into melody. Abu Hamid al-Ghazālī(450-505 AH/1058-1111 AD) [aka: al-Ghazzālī,Algazel] is one of the great jurists, theologians and mystics of the 12th Century. He wrote on a wide range oftopicsincludingjurisprudence,theology,mysticismandphilosophy.ghazali.org(a virtual onli...
This site is dedicated to the world of the Islamic manuscript. The manuscript literature of the Islamic world is a vast area of study. Islamic manuscripts contain an as yet almost untapped source of the rich Islamic heritage. Islamic manuscripts have been studied for quite a while and many are well-known. However, even more are as yet unknown or at least insufficiently appreciated. This site's ...
Resources for the study of manuscripts produced in the Islamic world and the manuscript cultures they represent.
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