By Farhad Daftary, Josef W. Meri
This ebook explores broad-ranging subject matters in relation to reminiscence, memorization, memorializing or commemorating in numerous old, criminal, literary and architectural contexts. unique students like Abbas Amanat, Irene Bierman, Elton Daniel, George Makdisi, Roy Mottahedeh, Andrew Newman, Ismail ok. Poonawala, and Paul E. Walker research lists and maps as reminiscence aids, the transmission of information and traditions from medieval to early glossy occasions, the applying of medieval notions of legislation and statecraft and the commemoration of people, civilizations and dynasties in old and literary works, on coinage and in enormous forms.Published through I.B.Tauris in organization with the Institute of Ismaili stories.
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Culture and Memory in Medieval Islam by Farhad Daftary, Josef W. Meri