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The Origins of the Islamic State : Being a Translation from the Arabic : Volume 2

By: Al Baladhuri, Ahmad Ibn Yahya, D. 892; Murgotten, Francis Clark, 1880

...OF COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY Volume LXVIII] [Whole Number 163 THE ORIGINS OF THE ISLAMIC STATE BEING A TRANSLATION FROM THE ARABIC ACCOMPANIED WITH ANNOTATI... ...owners of the elephant " and the digging of the " Zamzam well " all of pre-Islamic antiquity , yet Arabic historical writing, in the strict sense of t... ...Arabic historical writing, in the strict sense of the term, is a branch of Islamic literature. Interest in Muhammad necessitated the compilation of tr... ...ical research. The three sources of Arabian history therefore are: (i) pre-Islamic stories, (2) traditions relative to the life and campaigns of the P... ...nd books of genealogy and classes (ansdb wa-tabakdt) . THE ORIGINS OF THE ISLAMIC STATE The domains of theology, law and history in their early rise ... ...c- dote about Sapor the Persian king. One of the favorite sayings in early Islam was the following found in al-Ikd al-Farid 3 : " For kings the study ... ...98. ' Vol. i, p. 7, ed. De Goeje, Leiden. 1879-1881. 4 THE ORIGINS OF THE ISLAMIC STATE 41 1 have been informed by certain men learned in tradition, ... ...dertake such a history was at-TabarL Thus the historian who at the rise of Islam was a tradition- 6 THE ORIGINS OF THE ISLAMIC STATE ist or reporter ... ...je, Leiden, 1866. See Noldeke, GGA, 1863, 1341-1349. g THE ORIGINS OF THE ISLAMIC STATE A weak characteristic of Arabic historians is their utter dis...

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The Origins of the Islamic State : Being a Translation from the Arabic : Volume 1

By: Al Baladhuri, Ahmad Ibn Yahya, D. 892; Murgotten, Francis Clark, 1880

...SCIENCE OF COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY Volume LXVIII] [Whole Number 163 THE ORIGINS OF THE ISLAMIC STATE BEING A TRANSLATION FROM THE ARABIC ACCOMPANIED WITH ... ..." the owners of the elephant " and the digging of the " Zamzam well " — all of pre-Islamic antiquity — , yet Arabic historical writing, in the strict ... ...— , yet Arabic historical writing, in the strict sense of the term, is a branch of Islamic literature. Interest in Muhammad necessitated the compilati... ...istorical research. The three sources of Arabian history therefore are : ( I ) pre-Islamic stories, (2) traditions relative to the life and campaigns ... ...zi), and books of genealogy and classes (ansab wa-tabakdt) . 2 THE ORIGINS OF THE ISLAMIC STATE The domains of theology, law and history in their ear... ...g an anec- dote about Sapor the Persian king. One of the favorite sayings in early Islam was the following found in al-'Ikd al-Farid z : " For kings t... ...lddn, p. 98. 'Vol. i, p. 7, ed. De Goeje, Leiden. 1879-1881. 4 THE ORIGINS OF THE ISLAMIC STATE " I have been informed by certain men learned in trad... ...t to undertake such a history was at-Tabari. Thus the historian who at the rise of Islam was a tradition- 6 THE ORIGINS OF THE ISLAMIC STATE ist or r... .... De Goeje, Leiden, 1866. See Noldeke, GGA, 1863, 1341-1349. 8 THE ORIGINS OF THE ISLAMIC STATE A weak characteristic of Arabic historians is their u...

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The Origins of the Islamic State: Being a Translation from the Arabic, Accompanied with Annotations, Geographic and Historic Notes of the Kitâb Fitûh Al-Buldân of Al-Imâm Abu-L Abbâs Ahmad Ibn-Jâbir Al-Balâdhuri

By: Baladhuri, Ahmad Ibn Yahya, D. 892; Murgotten, Francis Clark

...SCIENCE OF COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY Volume LXVIII] [Whole Number 165 THE ORIGINS OF THE ISLAMIC STATE BEING A TRANSLATION FROM THE ARABIC ACCOMPANIED WITH ... ...' the owners of the elephant " and the digging of the " Zamzam well " — all of pre-Islamic antiquity — , yet Arabic historical writing, in the strict ... ...— , yet Arabic historical writing, in the strict sense of the term, is a branch of Islamic literature. Interest in Muhammad necessitated the compilati... ...o historical research. The three sources of Arabian history therefore are: (i) pre-Islamic stories, (2) traditions relative to the life and campaigns ... ...zi), and books of genealogy and classes {ansdb wa-tabakdt) , 2 THE ORIGINS OF THE ISLAMIC STATE The domains of theology, law and history in their ear... ...g an anec- dote about Sapor the Persian king. One of the favorite sayings in early Islam was the following found in al-Ikd al-Farid ^ : '' For kings t... ...lddn, p. 98. 'Vol. i, p. 7, ed. De Goeje, Leiden, 1879-1881. 4 THE ORIGINS OF THE ISLAMIC STATE " I have been informed by certain men learned in trad... ...t to undertake such a history was at-Tabari. Thus the historian who at the rise of Islam was a tradition- 5 THE ORIGINS OF THE ISLAMIC STATE ist or r... .... De Goeje, Leiden, 1866. See Noldeke, GGA, 1863, I34i-i349. 8 THE ORIGINS OF THE ISLAMIC STATE A weak characteristic of Arabic historians is their u...

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