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This article is based on the analysis of two manuscripts in the Arabic language produced by the West Syrian scribe Yūsuf ibn Sbāṭ of Amida/Diyarbakır, in 1352 in Cairo and in 1358 in Famagusta, respectively. The former is one of the earliest complete and dated manuscripts written in Garshuni...
The so-called “Beylik” (Turkmen principalities) period of Anatolian history (roughly, the late thirteenth to early fifteenth centuries) has long interested Turkish scholars, particularly in relation to the ascendance of the Ottoman beylik in the second half of the fourteenth century. Much...
The article examines parallel developments in the study of Byzantine and medieval Islamic philosophy and identifies trends in modern Western thought that led to similar assessments. Debates on “faith and reason” and secularism as a social and political ideal have exerted major influence on both...
This article discusses accounts in medieval Arabic source material of the siege, capture and battle of Antioch during the First Crusade. It begins with an overview of how the reporting of the crusaders’ conquest of Antioch varied between the regional Arab historiographical traditions. This is...
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