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Published 1959
La description de Damas d'Ibn Ąsākir (historien mort à Damas en 571/1176) /

: Translation of : Tārīkh madīnat Dimashq : lxviii, 380 pages : 2 folder maps, plate. 25 cm. : Bibliography: pages [iv]-ixviii.

La description de Damas /

: Translation of [romanized: Khiṭaṭ Dimashq] which forms volumes 2, part 1 of al-Munajjid's edition of the author's [romanized : Tārīkh madīnat Dimashq] : lxviii, 380 pages : 2 folded maps, plates ; 25 cm. : Bibliography : pages [iv]-ixviii.

Tārīh̲ madīnaẗ Dimašq : wa-dhikr faḍlihā wa-tasmīyat man ḥallahā min al-amāthil aw ijtāza bi-nawāḥīhā min wāridīhā wa-ahlihā /

: 1 volume ([11]-55-859 pages -[5] pages de plates) : illustrations ; 28 cm

Published 1951
Tārīkh madīnat Dimashq : wa-dhikr faḍlihā wa-tasmiyat man ḥallahā min al-amāthil aw ijtāza bi-nawāḥīhā min wāridīhā wa-ahlihā /

: v. : maps (part fold. inserted), facsims., geneal. tables ; 29 cm. : Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Published 1928
Tabyīn kadhib al-muftarī fī-mā nusiba ilá al-Imām Abī al-Ḥasan al-Ashʻarī /

: Includes indexes. : 458 pages : facsimiles ; 24 cm.

Published 1978
Tārīkh madīnat Dimashq : ḥamāhā Allāh wa-dhikr faḍlihā wa-tasmiyat man ḥallahā min al-amāthil aw ijtāza bi-nawāḥīhā min wāridihā wa-ahlihā /

: 552 p. ; 24 cm.

Culture et éducation arabo-islamiques au Šām pendant les trois premiers siècles de l'islam : d'après "Tārīh̲ madīnat Dimašq" d'Ibn ʻAsākir (499/1105-571/1176) /

: xvi, 373 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm. : Bibliography : pages [359]-366.

Published 2013
The intensification and reorientation of Sunni jihad ideology in the Crusader period : Ibn 'Asakir of Damascus and his age, with an edition and translation of Ibn 'Asakir's The Fo...

: The Intensification and Reorientation of Sunni Jihad Ideology in the Crusader Period examines the important role of Ibn ʿAsākir, including his Forty Hadiths for Inciting Jihad , in the promotion of a renewed jihad ideology in twelfth-century Damascus as part of sultan Nūr al-Dīn's agenda to revivify Sunnism and fight, under the banner of jihad, Crusader and Muslim opponents. This jihad vision was exclusively centered on selected quranic verses and prophetic hadiths. Ibn ʿAsākir and other Sunni scholars in twelfth- and thirteenth-century Syria departed from the earlier scholarly focus on legal nuances and aversion to invoke jihad in intra-Muslim conflicts. They championed this intensification and reorientation of jihad ideology in mainstream Sunni scholarship, and gave it a lasting legacy.
: 1 online resource (xv, 222 pages) : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9789004242791 : Available to subscribing member institutions only.

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