2 edition of Al-Muqaddasi found in the catalog.
Basil Anthony Collins
|Series||Michigan geographical publication -- no.10|
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"Al-Muqaddasi was born in the year of the Common Era (CE), which corresponds to the year of the Islamic calendar (AH), and he died towards the close of the millennium. Defining the area of his study as that where the presence of the religious and political institutions of Islam dominated, he travelled throughout the regions observing, enquiring, researching, corroborating, weighing and. Jun 13, · Al-Muqaddasi (the 10th century Muslim Geographer) 1. Al-Muqaddasi: He is the best representative of Arabic geography in the second half of the 10th ashleyllanes.com wrote the famous Ahsan at-taqasim fi ma'rifat al-aqalim (The Best Divisions for Knowledge of the Regions).
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Brand new Book. AL-MUQADDASI: LIFE & POEMS Translation & Introduction by Paul Smith There is little to say about the author of these allegories as very little is known about him.
His real name is unknown because Azz-eddin is a nickname and al-Muqaddasi means of Jerusalem, in that Azz-eddin was native of that town or territory, or sometime lived.
Al-Muqaddasi: Biographical Outline Muhammad Ibn Ahmad Shams al-Din Al-Muqaddasi, also known as Al-Maqdisi (born ca. died ca. ) was a notable early Arab geographer. A traveller, geographer, and author, he is by far one of the most instructive of early Islamic social scientists.
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Tritomex18 March (UTC) Again, Zakariyeh himself is not the historic source, the historic source is Maqdisi's book. Al-Muqaddasi: The Man and His Work; with Selected Passages Translated from the Arabic by Collins, Basil Anthony and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at ashleyllanes.com One thousand years ago al-Muqaddasi, "the man from Jerusalem," wrote in Arabic an epic geographical treatise, which is also a great work of literature.
This treatise was based on some twenty years of experiences undergone and observations noted in his survey of the realm of Islam, from the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean.
Early in the second half of the nineteenth century the German orientalist. A good description of Al-Muqaddasi’s treatise is provided by J. Kramers who concludes that “there is no subject of interest to modern geography which is not treated by Al-Muqaddasi”.
 From his part, André Miquel, the French specialist of Islamic geography, calls the book. "Al-Muqaddasi was born in the year of the Common Era (CE), which corresponds to the year of the Islamic calendar (AH), and he died towards the close of the millennium.
Defining the area of his study as that where the presence of the religious and political institutions of Islam dominated, he traveled throughout the regions observing. In the book’s 14 chapters, which deal with individual regions of the Arab Caliphate, al-Muqaddasi provided information about each region’s geography, population, economy, trade routes, local customs, and religious beliefs.
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98 likes. Muḥammad ibn Aḥmad Shams al-Dīn al-Muqaddasī, also transliterated as el-Mukaddasi or al-Maqdisī, was a medieval Arab geographer.
Dec 10, · Al-Muqaddasi published the book at the age of forty, after a twenty-year period of research and travelling. He gave himself the time to mature and gain enough exposure to become an expert geographer and only then did he decide to publish the book.
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Muqaddassi, Mu=hammad ibn A=hmad. Muhammad ibn Ahmad Shams al-Din Al-Muqaddasi (Arabic: محمد بن أحمد شمس الدين المقدسي ), also transliterated as Al-Maqdisi and el-Mukaddasi, (c. / - ) was a medieval Arab geographer, author of Ahsan at-Taqasim fi Ma`rifat il-Aqalim (The Best Divisions for Knowledge of the Regions).
Shams al-Din Abu ‘Abd Allah Muhammad al-Muqaddasi. Circa –circa Traveler-geographer. Source. Describing Islamic ashleyllanes.com geography of Abu ‘Abd Allah Muhammad al-Muqaddasi is considered the finest achievement in this field of medieval Islamic literature.One thousand years ago al-Muqaddasi, "the man from Jerusalem", wrote in Arabic an epic geographical treatise, which is also a great work of literature.
This treatise was based on some twenty years of experiences undergone and observations noted in his survey of the realm of Islam, from the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean. Early in the second half of the nineteenth century the German orientalist.Biography.
Al-Muqaddasi, "the Hierosolomite" was born in Jerusalem in AD. He had the advantage of an excellent education and after having made the Pilgrimage to Mekka in his twentieth year, determined to devote himself to the study of geography.