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Item Description: Brill, Netherlands, 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Revised ed.. Language: Latvian,Arabic . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. The journeys of Abu l-Qasim Ibn Hawqal, who might have been a merchant, took him to North Africa, Spain and the southern edge of the Sahara (947-51), Egypt, Armenia and Azerbaijan (c. 955), the Arabian Peninsula, Iraq, Khuzistan, and Iran (961-69), Khwarazm and Transoxania (c. 969), and Sicily (973). By about 988 CE the final version of Ibn Hawqal s Kitab Surat al-ard was ready. It is effectively both a continuation and an update of al-Istakhri s Kitab al-Masalik wa l-mamalik and is also known under that same title. Ibn Hawqal transformed what was meant as a commentary on a series of maps into a work in its own right, which also included remarks on various countries or peoples bordering on the Islamic world, e.g. the Turks, the Khazars, the towns of southern Italy, the Sudanese and the Nubians. Although he owed much to al-Istakhri s work, Ibn Hawqal aimed to place the text firmly within his own period. He took great care to depict a region precisely in the state and at the date that he himself had seen it, with occasional references to the distant or more recent past. This is particularly true of the notes on economic matters, which form a complete break with convention.Ibn Hawqal was the only Arab geographer of the period who really sketched a vivid picture of production. Bookseller Inventory # TNP9789004258693

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Item Description: Brill, Netherlands, 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Revised ed.. Language: Latvian,Arabic . Brand New Book. The journeys of Abu l-QaÌ sim Ibn HÌ£awqal, who might have been a merchant, took him to North Africa, Spain and the southern edge of the Sahara (947-51), Egypt, Armenia and Azerbaijan (c. 955), the Arabian Peninsula, Iraq, Khuzistan, and Iran (961-69), Khwarazm and Transoxania (c. 969), and Sicily (973). By about 988 CE the final version of Ibn HÌ£awqal s Kitab Surat al-ard was ready. It is effectively both a continuation and an update of al-IsÌ£tÌ£akhriÌ s KitaÌ b al-MasaÌ lik wa l-mamaÌ lik and is also known under that same title. Ibn Hawqal transformed what was meant as a commentary on a series of maps into a work in its own right, which also included remarks on various countries or peoples bordering on the Islamic world, e.g. the Turks, the Khazars, the towns of southern Italy, the Sudanese and the Nubians. Although he owed much to al-IsÌ£tÌ£akhriÌ s work, Ibn HÌ£awqal aimed to place the text firmly within his own period. He took great care to depict a region precisely in the state and at the date that he himself had seen it, with occasional references to the distant or more recent past. This is particularly true of the notes on economic matters, which form a complete break with convention. Ibn HÌ£awqal was the only Arab geographer of the period who really sketched a vivid picture of production. Bookseller Inventory # AAC9789004258693

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Published by Brill, Netherlands (2014)

ISBN 10: 9004258760 ISBN 13: 9789004258761

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Item Description: Brill, Netherlands, 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 2nd Revised edition. Language: Latvian,Arabic . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. This is the second edition by J.H. Kramers of the Arabic text of Ibn Hawqal s Kitab Surat al-ard, the first BGA edition of which was published in 1873. The journeys of Abu l-Qasim Ibn Hawqal, who might have been a merchant, took him to North Africa, Spain and the southern edge of the Sahara (947-51), Egypt, Armenia and Azerbaijan (c. 955), the Arabian Peninsula, Iraq, Khuzistan, and Iran (961-69), Khwarazm and Transoxania (c. 969), and Sicily (973). By about 988 CE the final version of Ibn Hawqal s Kitab Surat al-ard was ready. It is effectively both a continuation and an update of al-Istakhri s Kitab al-Masalik wa l-mamalik and is also known under that same title. Ibn Hawqal transformed what was meant as a commentary on a series of maps into a work in its own right, which also included remarks on various countries or peoples bordering on the Islamic world, e.g. the Turks, the Khazars, the towns of southern Italy, the Sudanese and the Nubians. Although he owed much to al-Istakhri s work, Ibn Hawqal aimed to place the text firmly within his own period.He took great care to depict a region precisely in the state and at the date that he himself had seen it, with occasional references to the distant or more recent past. This is particularly true of the notes on economic matters, which form a complete break with convention. Ibn Hawqal was the only Arab geographer of the period who really sketched a vivid picture of production. Bookseller Inventory # TNP9789004258761

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Item Description: Brill, Netherlands, 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Revised ed.. Language: Latvian,Arabic . Brand New Book. The journeys of Abu l-QaÌ sim Ibn HÌ£awqal, who might have been a merchant, took him to North Africa, Spain and the southern edge of the Sahara (947-51), Egypt, Armenia and Azerbaijan (c. 955), the Arabian Peninsula, Iraq, Khuzistan, and Iran (961-69), Khwarazm and Transoxania (c. 969), and Sicily (973). By about 988 CE the final version of Ibn HÌ£awqal s Kitab Surat al-ard was ready. It is effectively both a continuation and an update of al-IsÌ£tÌ£akhriÌ s KitaÌ b al-MasaÌ lik wa l-mamaÌ lik and is also known under that same title. Ibn Hawqal transformed what was meant as a commentary on a series of maps into a work in its own right, which also included remarks on various countries or peoples bordering on the Islamic world, e.g. the Turks, the Khazars, the towns of southern Italy, the Sudanese and the Nubians. Although he owed much to al-IsÌ£tÌ£akhriÌ s work, Ibn HÌ£awqal aimed to place the text firmly within his own period. He took great care to depict a region precisely in the state and at the date that he himself had seen it, with occasional references to the distant or more recent past. This is particularly true of the notes on economic matters, which form a complete break with convention. Ibn HÌ£awqal was the only Arab geographer of the period who really sketched a vivid picture of production. Bookseller Inventory # AAC9789004258693

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Item Description: Brill. Paperback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW, Kitab Surat al-Ard by Abu l-Qasim Ibn Hawqal: Viae Et Regna: Descriptio Ditionis Moslemicae / Auctore Abu 'L-Kasim Ibn Haukal. M.J. de Goeje's Classic Edition (1873), M. J. de Goeje, The journeys of Abu l-Qasim Ibn Hawqal, who might have been a merchant, took him to North Africa, Spain and the southern edge of the Sahara (947-51), Egypt, Armenia and Azerbaijan (c. 955), the Arabian Peninsula, Iraq, Khuzistan, and Iran (961-69), Khwarazm and Transoxania (c. 969), and Sicily (973). By about 988 CE the final version of Ibn Hawqal's Kitab Surat al-ard was ready. It is effectively both a continuation and an update of al-Istakhri's Kitab al-Masalik wa l-mamalik and is also known under that same title. Ibn Hawqal transformed what was meant as a commentary on a series of maps into a work in its own right, which also included remarks on various countries or peoples bordering on the Islamic world, e.g. the Turks, the Khazars, the towns of southern Italy, the Sudanese and the Nubians. Although he owed much to al-Istakhri's work, Ibn Hawqal aimed to place the text firmly within his own period. He took great care to depict a region precisely in the state and at the date that he himself had seen it, with occasional references to the distant or more recent past. This is particularly true of the notes on economic matters, which form a complete break with convention. Ibn Hawqal was the only Arab geographer of the period who really sketched a vivid picture of production. Bookseller Inventory # B9789004258693

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Hauqal, Ibn

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Item Description: Paris, Maisonneuve et Larose, 1964. Softcover. Book Condition: Neu. Ohne Schutzumschlag. 1. Auflage. XIX, 551 pages with many plates; pages still uncut. Bookseller Inventory # 2015-007493

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IBN HAUQAL

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Item Description: G. P. Maisonneuve & Larose Paris 1964, 1964. 2 Tomos: 550 p Mapas plegados 23 cm Encuadernación editorial en rústica. Estado de conservación: Excelente. Bookseller Inventory # 43104

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Item Description: Editions G.P. Maisonneuve & Larose, Paris, 1964. Couverture rigide. Book Condition: Très bon. Edition originale. 2 volumes In-8° de 240 pp ; 550 pp & 23 planches hors texte dépliantes. Reliure cartonée bordeau à la bradel, auteur, titre & tomaison frappées or au dos et sur le plat. (couv. d'origine conservées). Bookseller Inventory # ABE-7487615250

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