Arab-Islamic Bibliography: The Middle East Library Committee Guide : Based on Giuseppe Gabrieli's Manuale Di Bibliografia Musulmana

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Diana Grimwood-Jones, Derek Hopwood, James Douglas Pearson, Middle East Libraries Committee
Harvester Press, 1977 - Africa, North - 292 pages

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Contents

BIBLIOGRAPHIES
1
ENCYCLOPAEDIAS AND REFERENCE WORKS
51
ARABIC GRAMMARS
70
GENEALOGY BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARIES AND WHOS
78
THE PRESS AND PERIODICALS
101
ARABIC 3EOGRAPHICAL NAMES
129
SCIENTIFIC EXPEDITIONS
140
ORIENTALISM AND ORIENTALISTS
148
North Africa
194
NonArab countries
197
India
198
W Europe
199
USA
203
ARABIC EPIGRAPHY
205
Abbasids and contemporary dynasties
206
AlAndalus
207

GENERAL
160
Bibliographies on painting in Islam
169
Museums libraries archives collections exhibitions including specimens of Arabic illuminated manuscripts
170
General works on Arab book art
175
Studies on individual manuscripts and miniatures
176
Iconography
181
Quran illumination and related studies
182
Arabic book illumination in relation to foreign styles
184
Works on various topics containing references to Arabic illuminated manuscripts
185
ARABIC PAPYRI
187
ARCHIVES
189
Middle East
190
MUSLIM NUMISMATICS
208
Bibliographical surveys
210
Studies of particular mints
212
Studies arranged by dynasties
213
Catalogues of museums
217
W Hoards finds and excavations
218
Metrology and weights
219
LIBRARIES
230
BOOKSELLERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF MATERIAL ON
266
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