History of the Muslim World, Número 3
M. Wiener, 1994 - 360 páginas
A survey of the rather neglected transitional period between the decline of classical Islamic civilization and the revival of recent times. Topics covered include: the Ottoman Empire to 1774; North West Africa from the 15th to the 19th centuries; and India under the Mughal Empire.
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Egypt and the Eastern Arab countries in the first three centuries
Islam in SubSaharan Africa till the 19th century By J SPENCER
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