Scent from the Garden of Paradise. Musk and the Medieval Islamic World
BRILL, 9 thg 1, 2017 - 456 trang
Scent from the Garden of Paradise: Musk and the Medieval Islamic World traces the history of musk from ancient Asia to the early medieval Islamic world and examines the important role musk played in perfumery and medicine in this new context.
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Chapter 1 About Musk and Its Terminology
Chapter 2 Commodities of Further Asia and the Islamic World
From FurtherAsia to the Near East
Chapter 4 Islamicate Knowledge of Musk and Musk Producing Lands
Chapter 5 The Merchant World and the Musk Trade
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