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The Assemblies of Al HaririTranslated From the Arabic, With an Introduction and Notes, Historical and Grammaticalby . Translated From the Arabic, With an Introduction and Notes, Historical and Grammatical.
The Assemblies of Al HaririTranslated From the Arabic, With an Introduction and Notes, Historical and Grammaticalby Thomas Chenery. Vol. 1. The Assemblies of Al Hariri.
The assemblies of al Harîri. These two volumes, bound with the covers of the Oriental translation fund, New series, form the issue for 1898. Ḥarīrī, 1054-1122; Chenery, Thomas, 1826-1884, ed. and tr; Steingass, Francis Joseph, 1825-1903. ed. and tr; Arbuthnot, F. Publication date. v. The first twenty-six assemblies. 2. The last twenty-four assemblies.
The Assemblies of Al-Ḥarîri. Translated from the Arabic with Notes Historical and Grammatical, trans. esofalha015555mbp (vol. 2). ^ Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, American Philosophical Society, 1971, p. 34. t.
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The Assemblies of Al-Ḥarîri. by Thomas Chenery and F. Steingass, Oriental Translation Fund, New Series, 3, 2 vols (London: Royal Asiatic Society, 1867-98), (vol. References
The Assemblies of Al-Ḥarîri. References. Author's biography sketch in the reprint of his Comprehensive Persian-English Dictionary. pageMaqamat Al-Hariri.
Maqāmāt (published in English as The Assemblies of al-Harīrī ) attracted the European scholars, who took great pleasure in disentangling the grammatically difficult forms
Maqāmāt (published in English as The Assemblies of al-Harīrī ) attracted the European scholars, who took great pleasure in disentangling the grammatically difficult forms. Pre-Islamic poetry at first interested only the an until its importance as a source of knowledge of early Bedouin life was recognized. to illustrate manuscripts of the Maqāmāt of al-Ḥarīrī, between 1225 and the fall of the city to the Mongols in 1258, were among the finest works in all Arab painting; the finest, most complete, and best-preserved of these manuscripts is that in the collection of the Bibliothèque Nationale of Paris
Oriental translation fund. Makamat, or, Rhetorical anecdotes, (London, Oriental translation fund, 1850), by Ḥarīrī, trans. by Theodore Preston (page images at HathiTrust).
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