Historic Cities of the Islamic World

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Clifford Edmund Bosworth
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This book contains articles on historic cities of the Islamic world, ranging from West Africa to Malaysia, which over the centuries have been centres of culture and learning and of economic and commercial life, and which have contributed much to the consolidation of Islam as a faith and as a social and political institution. The articles have been taken from the second edition of the Encyclopaedia of Islam, completed in 2004, but in many cases expanded and rewritten. All have been updated to include fresh historical information, with note of contemporary social developments and population statistics. The book thus delineates the urban background of Islam has it has evolved up to the present day, highlighting the role of such great cities as Cairo, Istanbul, Baghdad and Delhi in Islamic history, and also brings them together in a rich panorama illustrating one of mankind's greatest achievements, the living organism of the city.
  

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The Individual Cities1
1
J Jankowski
63
Hyderabad Haydarabad hy J BurtonPage
163
Istanbul alKustantlniyya Istanbul by J H Mordtmann H Inalcik S Terasimos
180
Izmir Izmir by S Faroqhi
218
Kabul Kabul by C E Bosworth
256
Kano by M Hiskett
272
Konya Kenya by CI Cahen G Goodwin
285
Medina alMadlna by W M Watt R B Winder
380
Meknes Miknas by C FunckBrentano
395
Mombasa by Alice Werner GS P FreemanGrenville
408
Nishapur Nlshapur by E Honigmann C E Bosworth
421
Rabat Ribat alFath by E LeviProvengal JE Twin il
440
Samarqand Samarkand by H H Schaeder C E Bosworth Y Crowe
453
Seville alIshblliyya by J Bosch Vila H Terrasse
471
Sokoto by D M Last
484

Lahore Lahawr by P Jackson PA Andrews
299
Marrakesh Marrakush by P de Cenival
319
Mashhad Mashhad by M Streck B Hourcade
332

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حول المؤلف (2007)

C. Edmund Bosworth , Fellow of the British Academy and Honorary Member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Emeritus Professor of Arabic Studies at Manchester University. His most recent book is An Intrepid Scot. William Lithgow of Lanark's Travels in the Ottoman Lands, North Africa and Central Europe, 1609-21 (2006).

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