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Ibn ‘Asakir and Early Islamic History (Ed. James E. Lindsay)

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Begun in 1134 and completed some four decades later, Ibn ’Asakir’s massive Ta’rikh madinat Dimashq ("History of Damascus"), with its 10,226 biographical notices, is a veritable gold mine of information for our understanding of the first five and one-half centuries of Islamic history. Now that it has finally been edited and published in its entirety, scholars will have far greater access to this fundamentally important (and to date little exploited) Syrian source. Ibn ’Asakir and (...)

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