3 edition of Islamic and Middle Eastern geographers and travellers found in the catalog.
Islamic and Middle Eastern geographers and travellers
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Ian Richard Netton.|
|Series||Critical concepts in Islamic studies|
|Contributions||Netton, Ian Richard.|
|LC Classifications||G93 .I75 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780415351898, 9780415351904, 9780415351911, 9780415351928, 9780415351935|
|LC Control Number||2007036690|
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The first volume concentrates on the Islamic geographers who mapped and made navigable the routes followed by later travellers. While travel, and in particular the rihla (or ‘travel to Mecca’) did not depend for its impetus on formal geography, both were highlighted in the travellers’ diaries and travelogues which helped to make known and.
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Islamic and Middle Eastern Geographers and Travellers: Critical Concepts in Islamic Thought Edited by Ian Richard Netton Volume I: Mediaeval Geographers and Travellers 1.
De Planhol,?The Geographical Setting. in P.M. Holt, Anne K.S. Lambton, Bernard Lewis (eds.), Islamic and Middle Eastern geographers and travellers book Cambridge History of Islam, Volume 2, (Cambridge University Press, Medieval Islamic geography and cartography refer to the study of geography and cartography in the Muslim world during the Islamic Golden Age (variously dated between the 8th century and 16th century).
Muslim scholars made advances to the map-making traditions of earlier cultures, particularly the Hellenistic geographers Ptolemy and Marinus of Tyre: combined with what explorers and. Islamic & Middle Eastern Studies Our Islamic & Middle Eastern Studies books cover history, politics, literature, language and linguistics, and art and architecture.
We publish textbooks, research monographs, reference works and cutting-edge series across our subject areas, and Islamic and Middle Eastern geographers and travellers book an international readership.
The Rise of Islamic Geography and Cartography in Middle Ages. Posted on J He dictated a book which was an encyclopedia of Islamic practices around the world.
Ibn-Khaldun () wrote a comprehensive world history and geography. Other travellers and geographers described extensively the land of Islam.
Amongst them is Al-Ya. Islamic and Middle Eastern geographers and travellers book the Middle Ages, Muslim travelers embarked on a rihla, or world tour, as surveyors, emissaries, and educators. On these journeys, voyagers not only interacted with foreign cultures—touring Greek civilization, exploring the Middle East and North Africa, and seeing parts of Europe—they also established both philosophical and geographic boundaries between the faithful and the heathen.
THE ISLAMIC MIDDLE EAST is a brilliant historical synthesis from an anthropologist's cultural point of view. Drawing on his own ethnographic field research among the Pashtuns of Afghanistan, Lindholm describes in an authoritative fashion the competitive individualism characteristic of the tribes, merchants, and craftsmen of the Arab and Islamic Middle by: 4.
The Islamic empire began to expand beyond the Arabian Peninsula after the death of the prophet and founder of Islam, Mohammed, in CE.
Islamic leaders conquered Iran in and inEgypt was under Islamic control. In the eighth century, all of northern Africa, the Iberian Peninsula (Spain and Portugal), India, and Indonesia became Author: Matt Rosenberg. Islamic Ethics by Tariq Ramadan,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Ian Richard Netton. Islamic and Middle Eastern geographers and travellers. London ; New York: Routledge, Perkins/Bostock Library GI75 Check availability @ Duke Contents: v. Medieval geographers and travellers -- v. The travels of Ibn Jubayr -- v. III. The travels of Ibn Battuta -- v.
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Research on books in Arabic script is difficult to classify for scholars outside and inside Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, as well as well Islamic and Middle Eastern geographers and travellers book scholars outside and inside Book History.
One reason for this challenge is practical. Among early Muslim geographers, in the ninth century, Hisham al-Kalbi made study of Arabia, Muhammad bin Musa al-Khawarazmi, the famous mathematician and astronomer, laid the foundations of Geography among the Muslims with his book Shape of the Earth, al-Kindi wrote Descriptions of the Inhabited Parts of the Earth, and al-Yaqubi made.
The annual newsletter of the Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies features a recommended reading list of books published by Stanford University Press (SUP) that focus on Middle Eastern and Islamic societies and cultures.
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This timely book examines the power and role of the image in modern Middle Eastern societies. The essays explore the role and function of image making to highlight the ways in which the images "speak" and what visual languages mean for the construction of Islamic subjectivities, the distribution of power, and the formation of identity and : Ali Houissa.
Focus, first is on the geographers of eastern Islam. Amongst the earliest works from the East is Kitab al-Sifat By Nadjar B.
Sumaiyil (b. ), some chapters of which are devoted to the sun and the moon, wells and the seas, winds, snow, and rain. . 10Articles on these subjects can be found in Islamic and Middle Eastern Geographers and Travellers, Ian Richard Netton ed.
(New York: Routledge, ). 11Ibn Jubayr, The Travels,Wright. This manuscript is a copy made in Mecca in AD. Dwight M. Donaldson, "IbnAuthor: Kathleen Bush-Joseph. Explore our list of Middle East History - Ancient & Islamic Empire Books at Barnes & Noble®.
Receive FREE shipping with your Barnes & Noble Membership. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Pages in category "Geographers of medieval Islam" The following 32 pages are in this category, out of 32 total.
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In the centuries AH, astronomy in the Islamic world gained a widespread development. Thus, in the 4th century AH, Muslim scholars laid the foundation for a descriptive geography, which was based on the maps.
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Most of these travellers are well known in Europe, in particular Ibn Battuta and Zheng He. What makes you think nobody knows of these great men. Unfortunately there was more culture in Islam or years ago and it has all gone down the drain because of inter-islamic strife between Sunni and Shia and the rise of backward looking Wahhabism.
Such a division was inapplicable in the geography of the Middle Ages, the golden age of scientific inquiry in Islamic civilization (Tozer, ). Nevertheless, if we confine the meaning of science and technology to the natural and exact sciences, then a survey of geography in Islam may be divided into three categories: exploration and.
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LE STRANGE, GUY (b. Hunstanton, Norfolk, 24 July ; d. Cambridge, 24 December ), scholar in Persian, Arabic, and Spanish, specially notable for his work in the field of the historical geography of the pre-modern Middle Eastern and Eastern Islamic lands and his editing of Persian geographical texts.
Includes the Book of Ahmad Ibn Fadlan, The Travels of Abu Hamid al-Andalusi al-Gharnati and a series of a few dozen excerpts from other Arab geographers, historians and travellers (plus passages from a Jewish merchant, Marco Polo and a Russian chronicle, for some reason)/5.
expeditions can be found in Islamic writings, including those of Send-Bad-e-Bahri (c. ) who made a field trip to Malaya during the rule of Haroon-o-Rashid.
A characteristic of these early accounts of expeditions and of the work of Muslim geographers is that, unlike those of the medieval period, they were relatively unaffected by Islamic. The Arab geographers described the land of the Beja as extending in the Eastern Desert between the Nile and the Red Sea.
One of its import-ant gold-mining districts was Al-Allaki It was the name of a valley (dry river bed) on the east bank of the Nile, in the vicinity of the present village Qubban.
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