Manṣūr al-Andalus

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Lajrat Tarjamat Da"irat al-Ma"arif al-Islāmī , Al-Qāhirah
Manṣūr ibn Abī ʻĀmir, -- 939-
SeriesA"lām al-Islām, A"lām al-Islām -- 2
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LC ClassificationsDP107 A3
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Pagination4,171p.
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Open LibraryOL18365446M

Manṣūr al-Andalus. [Cairo]: al-Hayʼah al-Miṣrīyah al-ʻĀmmah lil-Kitāb, (OCoLC) Named Person: Manṣūr ibn Abī ʻĀmir; Manṣūr ibn Abī ʻĀmir: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: أدهم، علي.

علي أدهم.; ʻAlī Adʹham. Manṣūr al-Andalus. [?] (OCoLC) Named Person: Manṣūr ibn Abī ʻĀmir; Manṣūr ibn Abī ʻĀmir: Material Type: Fiction: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: جمبلاطي، علي.

تأليف علي الجمبلاطي [و] عبد المنعم قنديل.; ʻAlī Jumblāṭī; ʻAbd al-Munʻim Qindīl. A goal of this book, the first publication in over forty years to study the art and architecture of al-Andalus in depth, is to reveal the value of these arts as part of an autonomous culture and also as a presence with deep significance for both Europe and the Islamic world.

Toward this end, twenty-four international scholars have contributed a 5/5(4). Abu ʿĀmir Muḥammad ibn ʿAbdullāh ibn Abi ʿĀmir al-Maʿafiri (Arabic: أبو عامر محمد بن عبد الله بن أبي عامر المعافري ‎), nicknamed al-Manṣūr (Arabic: المنصور ‎, "the Victorious"), usually simply called Almanzor (c.

– 8 August ), was a military leader and statesman. As the. Against this, al-Manṣūr strived to present himself as the protector of religion and the paragon of piety, and to achieve that he turned to the scholars of al-Andalus, whose approval was guaranteed to secure his position in the eyes of the public.

He resorted to burning the books of al-Ḥakam's magnificent libraries. This gorgeous book contains sixteen well written articles on the many different aspects of Islamic art in medieval Spain. From discussions on the architecture, and decoration thereof, through textile, ceramic, calligraphy & illumination, leather, metal, stone, ivory and woodworking, this book is a feast for the eyes and a great resource for anyone interested in the arts of al-Andalus/5.

I read this book to prepare for my trip to southern Spain, to visit the key cities of Al-Andalus. The book really helped set the stage for the historic sites I visited, and enriched my experiences there.

The book seemed to wander quite a bit in time and space, but circled back enough times for me to get the gist of the area's history.4/4(8).

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Abassid caliph Abū Ja’far al-Manṣūr made a serious attempt to regain control of Al-Andalus. It was seven years before ‘Abd al-Raḥmān felt strong enough to challenge their hold on Toledo. In he sent two of his most trusted commanders, Badr and Tammām b. ‘Alqama, against the Manṣūr al-Andalus book where Hishām b.

Richly illustrated with outstanding photographs, it shows the achievements of this extraordinary time. Written in an accessible form, this book Manṣūr al-Andalus book out the fascinating events from the conquest up to the final expulsion of the people of al-Andalus from Spain, a tale which. 1.

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Six public book burnings took place in al-Andalus and the Maghrib from the middle of the tenth to the end of the twelfth century under five different regimes: Umayyad, Amirid, Abbadid, Almoravid, and Almohad.

Examining each book burning in its political context provides insight into how rulers and jurists negotiated power in varied : Janina M. Safran. A goal of this book, the first publication in over forty years to study the art and architecture of al-Andalus in depth, is to reveal the value of these arts as part of an autonomous culture and also as a presence with deep significance for both Europe and the Islamic world.

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A new governor temporarily pacified Al-Andalus, but the Umayyad caliphate was on the verge of collapse. Caliph Hishām ibn ʿAbd al-Malik had kept the factional tensions between northern (Qays) and southern (Kalb) Arab tribes in check, but those simmering feuds turned into open conflicts after his death in Meanwhile, many mawālī (non-Arab Muslims) had gravitated toward Hāshimiyyah, an.

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Al-Andalus is the name given to the Spanish territory conquered by the Moors. And when I say conquered, recent evidence suggests that in most places they were welcomed with open arms. It turns out that the previous invaders -Germanic tribes- weren’t doing.

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In Al-Andalus: The decline of the Spanish Umayyads was succeeded by his son, al-Ḥakam II (–), a lover of learning who gave protection to writers and thinkers who were not strictly orthodox. During his largely peaceful reign, the library of Cordóba boasted a collection of more thanbooks.

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