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MuбёҐammad ibn IsбёҐДЃq Ibn al-NadД«m
|Statement||Abū ʼl-Faraj Muḥammad ibn Isḥāq al-Nadīm ; edited and translated by Bayard Dodge.|
|Contributions||Dodge, Bayard, 1888-1972.|
|LC Classifications||Z7052 .I213 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiv, 1149 p. :|
|Number of Pages||1149|
|LC Control Number||99220662|
Union Catalogue of Manuscripts from the Islamicate World. Al-Fihrist, sometimes also referred to as Kitab al-fihrist (The catalog), is an index of all books written at the time in Arabic, by both Arab and non-Arab authors. It contains ten discourses. The subjects they cover are the scriptures holy to Muslims, Jews, and Christians, the hadith, history, law, biography, poetry, magic, and alchemy.
The Fihrist of al-Nadīm: a tenth-century survey of Muslim culture / Bayard Dodge, editor and translator. Ibn al-Nadīm, Muḥammad ibn Isḥāq, fl. , Dodge, Bayard, . This is the first catalog (fihrist) every produced in the world. Written in 10th century Baghdad, the author lists the thousands of books available at that time in his father's bookstore.
His great book, the Fihrist, gives ample testimony to the knowledge of pre-Islamic, Syriac, Greek, Sanskrit, Latin and Persian in classical Islamic civilization. Unfortunately of the Persian books listed by Ibn al-Nadim only a minute sample is extant. The Arabic Literature on Alchemy According to an-Nadīm (a.d. ): A Translation of the Tenth Discourse of the Book of the Catalogue (al-fihrist) with Introduction and commentary Ambix 4 81 Fück Johann by: 1.
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The Fihrist (Catalog): A 10th Century A.D. Survey of Islamic Culture (Muhammad Ibn Ishaq Ibn al Nadim, Bayard Dodge) The Catalog (Kitab al-fihrist) by Ibn al-Nadim (d. AD) is an index of all books written in Arabic either by Arabs or non-Arabs and contains ten discourses.
“ Kitāb al-Fihrist ” by al-Nadīm is the most important and ground-breaking bibliographical work to survey in an unprecedented way the authorship in the Islamic World. of sorts.5 The principles undergirding the Fihrist's organization include person, topic, geography, and chronology.
The basic building blocks of the Fihrist are book lists, which fall into two categories: lists of books by a single author, which dominate the work, and lists of books in a specific genre. Professor Stewart concluded the lecture by stating, despite all great efforts spent so far on the Fihrist, it still remains a book full of mysteries, and an open source for further study, especially, that according to him, there are still few unresolved problems, such as: The chronology of Greek doctors.
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Addeddate Editor Gustav Flugel Identifier KitabAlFihrist Identifier-ark ark://t21c3n06b Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner. From the Fihrist of al-Nadīm The first section of the first chapter of the book of Nadīm describes the languages of various peoples, their types of script and forms of calligraphy.1 His remarks on Persian languages and writings are based on the authority of Jahišyārī and Ibn al.
In the Fihrist ("Book of Nations") of Arabic scholar Al-Nadim (c. ), the Mogtasilah (Mughtasila, "self-ablutionists") are counted among the followers of El-Hasaih or Elkesaites. Mogtasilah may thus have been Al-Nadim's term for the Mandaeans, as the few details.
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The Fihrist is an index of all books written in Arabic by Arabs or non-Arabs. Ibn al-Nadim began to make this catalogue of authors and the names of their compositions for use in his father's. The Fihrist (“Index”), compiled by the bookseller Ibn al-Nadīm ingave a full account of the Arabic literature extant in the 10th century.
It covered all kinds of literature, from philology to alchemy, but most of these works unfortunately have been lost. It is obvious from this statement that AL-FIHRIST was not intended to be a mere book-list.
Al-Nadim had planned it to provide information on (i) each book with its correct title, (ii) the author’s name and other necessary details about him, and (iii) the subject matter of the book and the area of knowledge to which it belonged – the three main ingredients essential to the process of.
The Fihrist of al-Nad+ m, A Tenth-century survey of Muslim culture. Bayard Dodge. The Seventh Part. of the book Al-Fihrist, with accounts of the ancient and modern scholars, who were authors, with the names of the books they composed.
The composition of Muh# ammad ibn Ish# q al-Nad+ m, known as Abk al-Faraj ibn Abi Yaqk b al-Warr q. Description: This book fills a long-standing gap in Arabic-Islamic studies. Hasan Shuraydi presents an in-depth survey of relevant themes that concern youth and old age in Medieval Arabic literature in an informative and entertaining style intended for specialists and non-specialists.
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Addeddate Identifier fihrist Identifier-ark ark://t0cv4fb06 Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi. The Kitāb al-fihrist (Book of the Index) of the Bāb.
Introduction, Stephen Lambden. Composed on on 15th Jumada II AH / 21st June CE after his Ḥajj or pilgrimage, the early Kitāb al-fihrist (Book of the Index) of the Bāb, among other things, lists his writings up to the time of composition, detailing titles, subsections and to some extent contents.“An Edition of Kitāb al-Fihrist by Ibn al-Nadīm (d.
/) based on the version of Riḍa Tajaddud,” Ph.D. diss., Exeter,pub. as al-Fehrest le-Ebn al-Nadīm: ṣeyāḡa ḥadīṯa, Qatar, (with book titles arranged alphabetically under authors’ names, and sometimes with information added about existing manuscripts or.Mr.
Samer al-Qadri and his wife Mrs. Glennar Hajo came to Istanbul in after the Syrian police had raided their Publishing house, Bright Fingers, back in Damascus, leaving most of their property and books behind with no chance of coming back.
After almost a .