The Formation of Islam

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  • Author : Jonathan P. Berkey
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Pages : 286 pages
  • ISBN : 9780521588133
  • Rating : 4.5/5 from 2 reviews
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The Formation of Islamic Law

The Formation of Islamic Law
  • Author : Wael B. Hallaq
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 05 December 2016
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The fourteen studies included in this volume have been chosen to serve several purposes simultaneously. At a basic level, they aim to provide a general - if not wholly systematic - coverage of the emergence and evolution of law during the first three and a half centuries of Islam. On another level, they reflect the different and, at times, widely divergent scholarly approaches to this subject matter. These two levels combined will offer a useful account of the rise of

The Formation of Islamic Art

The Formation of Islamic Art
  • Author : Oleg Grabar
  • Publisher : Yale University Press
  • Release : 01 January 1987
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This classic work on the nature of early Islamic art has now been brought up to date in order to take into consideration material that has recently come to light. In a new chapter, Oleg Grabar develops alternate models for the formation of Islamic art, tightens its chronology, and discusses its implications for the contemporary art of the Muslim world. Reviews of the first edition: "Grabar examines the possible ramifications of sociological, economic, historical, psychological, ecological, and archaeological influences upon

The New Cambridge History of Islam Volume 1 The Formation of the Islamic World Sixth to Eleventh Centuries

The New Cambridge History of Islam  Volume 1  The Formation of the Islamic World  Sixth to Eleventh Centuries
  • Author : Chase F. Robinson
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 04 November 2010
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Volume One of The New Cambridge History of Islam, which surveys the political and cultural history of Islam from its Late Antique origins until the eleventh century, brings together contributions from leading scholars in the field. The book is divided into four parts. The first provides an overview of the physical and political geography of the Late Antique Middle East. The second charts the rise of Islam and the emergence of the Islamic political order under the Umayyad and the

The Origins and Evolution of Islamic Law

The Origins and Evolution of Islamic Law
  • Author : Wael B. Hallaq
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 09 May 2021
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Long before the rise of Islam in the early seventh century, Arabia had come to form an integral part of the Near East. This book, covering more than three centuries of legal history, presents an important account of how Islam developed its own law while drawing on ancient Near Eastern legal cultures, Arabian customary law and Quranic reforms. The development of the judiciary, legal reasoning and legal authority during the first century is discussed in detail as is the dramatic

The Formation of Al Andalus History and society

The Formation of Al Andalus  History and society
  • Author : Julio Samsó Moya
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 09 May 1998
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The two volumes of The Formation of al-Andalus present a conspectus of current research on the history and culture of early medieval Spain and Portugal, from the time of the Arab conquest in 711 up to the fall of the caliphate. They trace the impact of Islamisation on the pre-existing Roman and Visigothic political and social structures, the continuing interaction between Christian and Muslim, and describe the particular development and characteristics of Muslim Spain- al-Andalus. Together, they comprise 38 articles, of which 32