Scribal Practices in Arabic Manuscripts from Ethiopia: The ʿAjamization of Scribal Practices in Fuṣḥā and ʿAjamī Manuscripts from Hara

Author : Sara Fani Year : 2017 Contributor : Meftuh Shash Abstract : This paper focuses on Arabic scribal practices in a corpus of Ethiopian Islamic manuscripts from the region of…

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Reviewed Work(s): Futuh Al-Habaša: The Conquest of Abyssinia [16th Century] by Šihab ad-Din Ahmad bin Abd al-Qader bin Salem bin Utman, Paul Lester Stenhouse and Richard Pankhurst

Author : Mohammed Hassen Year : 2004 Contributor : Jamal Ali  The Jihad of Imam Ahmad (1529 1543) was the major turning point in the history of the Christian Kingdom of…

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Archaeological Survey and Test Excavations, Harlaa, Dire Dawa, and Sofi, Harari Regional State, Ethiopia, August 2015. A Preliminary Fieldwork Report

Author : Timothy Insoll1, Rachel MacLean1, and Blade Engda2   Year : 2016     ......As yet, the relationship between Harar and Harlaais unclear. This will be better established once…

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