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A new Latin-Arabic document from Norman Sicily (November 595H/1198CE)

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Of all the remains of the twelfth-century Norman kingdom of Sicily, none is more fascinating to the historian of Islamic culture and society than the documents issued by the dīwān al‐maʿmūr, the Arabic administration of the Norman kings. In all, less than fifty Arabic and bilingual – Arabic with Greek or Latin – documents are known, counting not only those that survive in their original form, but also the translations of lost originals into Greek and Latin, and the deperdita that are merely m...

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University of Oxford
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Oxford, HUM, Oriental Studies
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University of Oxford
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Brill
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The Heritage of Learning: Arabic and Islamic Studies Dedicated to Professor Wadād al-Qāḍī
Publication date:
2015-01-01
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uuid:c15185b1-71a1-4cb9-8a9c-fef713789a15
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323992
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pubs:323992

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