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William M. Brinner
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Series: SUNY series in Near Eastern Studies (Book 3). Paperback: 206 pages. Publisher: SUNY series in Near Eastern Studies (August 27, 1991). ISBN-13: 978-0791406885. Product Dimensions: 6 x . x 9 inches. Back to top.

The History of al-Tabari Vol. 3: The Children of Israel Bibliotheca Persica History of al-Ṭabarī : an annotated translation (Том 3) SUNY series in Near Eastern Studies (Том 3) TABARI//HISTORY OF AL-TABARI/TA'RIKH AL-RUSUL WA'L-MULUK The history of a (Том 3) The history of al-Tabari (Том 3) Tārīkh al-rusul wa-al-mulūk (Том 3). تاريخ الرسل والملوك (Том 3). Авторы. Muhammad ibn Yarir al- Tabari, Tabari, ?abar? Редактор.

by William M. Brinner (Translator). ISBN-13: 978-0887063138. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. 1: General Introduction and From the Creation to the Flood (SUNY series in. .Al-Tabari's writings immediately bring to mind those of Herodotus.

Al-Tabari's writings immediately bring to mind those of Herodotus. Though Al-Tabari is not tangential like Herodotus, both come from eras when history and storytelling were not seperate crafts. Al-Tabari gathers various versions of stories from chronicles, and the result is a huge compendium of facts and legends. Though often repetitive, repeating three or four versions of essentially the same legend, most of the time Al-Tabari reads like one extended prose epic.

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Once again, al-Tabari mingles biblical traditions, various legendary accretions, oral expansions, Qur'anic renditions, and much more into a rich and . Other books in the series. History of Al-Tabari (1 - 10 of 35 books).

Once again, al-Tabari mingles biblical traditions, various legendary accretions, oral expansions, Qur'anic renditions, and much more into a rich and intriguing stew I can't seem to get enough of - and maybe you'll find the taste likewise to your liking.

The History of Al-Tabari : The Children of Israel. Book in the History of Al-Tabari Series).

The History of al-Tabari. SUNY Series in near eastern studies. The Children of Israel Volume III. Translated by William M. Brinner. This volume continues the stories of the Israelite patriarchs and prophets who figured in Volume II, as well as of the semi-mythical rulers of ancient Iran. Ihsan Abbas, University of Jordan, Amman C. E. Bosworth, The University of Manchester.

Are you sure you want to remove The History of Al-Tabari, vol. III. The Children of Israel from your list? The History of Al-Tabari, vol. The Children of Israel. by William M. Published August 1991 by State University of New York Press. The History of al-Tabari. 3: The Children of Israel. The History of al-Tabari Vol. 4: The Ancient Kingdoms.

The History was published by SUNY Press between 1985 and 1999, with the Index, added to the set in 2007. It is an essential and highly praised resource in Islamic studies. 5: The Sasanids, the Byzantines, the Lakhmids, and Yemen. 6: Muhammad at Mecca.

This volume continues the stories of the Israelite patriarchs and prophets who figured in Volume II, as well as of the semi-mythical rulers of ancient Iran. In addition to biblical, Qur'anic, and legendary accounts about Moses, Aaron, and the exodus of the Children of Israel from Egypt; of the Judges, Samuel and Ezekiel; and of Saul, David, and Solomon, it includes a version of Iranian prehistory that emphasizes the role of Manuchihr (Manushihr in Arabic) in creating the Iranian nation and state.Woven into these accounts are stories about figures belonging to the very earliest literatures of the Middle East: the mysterious al-Khidwith echoes from the epic of the Sumero-Akkadian hero Gilgamesh; the legendary exploits of Dhu l-Qarnayn, mirroring the ancient romance of Alexander; and incorporating elements about the encounter of King Solomon and Bilqis, the Queen of Sheba, of Jewish midrash and South Arabian lore.The Islamic empire was at its political and economic height during the tenth and eleventh centuries, and a new civilization was forged at the caliphal court and in society at large. One of the literary triumphs of that civilization was this rich and colorful tapestry belonging to the Islamic genre of "tales of the prophets." The tales in this volume show how threads from all the ancient civilizations of the Middle East were incorporated, absorbed, and Islamized in the brilliant fabric of that new civilization.