Islam: An Historical Introduction

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Edinburgh University Press, 2002 - 301 من الصفحات
This is the second edition of the thoughtful and concise account of all aspects of Islam. Following an appraisal of the study of Islam, Gerhard Endress guides the reader through key elements: religion (including the Revelation and the development of doctrine); the legal system; social and economic aspects of medieval life; the historical development of each of the main regions of the Islamic world (the Arabian peninsula; Syria and Palestine; Iraq; Spain; North Africa; Egypt; Iran; Anatolia); the principal trends and political and cultural events from the rise of Islam to the present; the development of Arabic, Persian and Turkish languages; names and titles; and the Muslim calendar.

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Gerhard Endress is Professor of Arabic and Islamic Studies at Ruhr University, Bochum (Germany).

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