Ibn al-Rīwandī fī al-marājiʻ al-ʻArabīyah al-ḥadīthah
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Published by Dār al-Āfāq in Bayrūt .
Written in English



  • Islamic Empire


  • Rāwandī, Aḥmad ibn Yaḥyá, 9th cent.,
  • Muslims -- Islamic Empire -- Biography.

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Other titlesTārīkh Ibn al-Rīwandī al-mulḥid., Ibn ar-Riwandi in the modern-Arabic references.
Statementjamʻ wa-taḥqīq wa-taqdīm ʻAbd al-Amīr al-Aʻsam.
LC ClassificationsBP80.R368 A82
The Physical Object
Paginationv. <1-2 > ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4253839M
LC Control Number80969966

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