The Yemeni manuscript tradition /

The Yemeni Manuscript Tradition contributes to the study of the manuscript codex and its role in scholastic culture in Yemen. Ranging in period from IslamĐÅÅs first century to the modern period, all the articles in this volume emerge from the close scrutiny of the manuscripts of Yemen. As a group, t...

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Online Access:Electronic book from EBSCO
Other Authors: Hollenberg, David., Rauch, Christoph., Schmidtke, Sabine.
Format: eBook
Published:Boston : Brill, [2015]
Series:Islamic manuscripts and books.
Table of Contents:
  • Was the San'a' Qur'an palimpsest a work in progress? / Asma Hilali
  • Yusuf al-Basir's rebuttal of Abu l-Husayn al-Basri in a Yemeni Zaydi manuscript of the 7th/13th century / Hassan Ansari, Wilferd Madelung and Sabine Schmidtke
  • Ms. Berlin, State Library, Glaser 51: a unique manuscript from the early 7th/13th-century Bahsamite milieu in Yemen / Hassan Ansari and Jan Thiele
  • The pearl and the ruby: scribal dicta and other metatextual notes in Yemeni mediaeval manuscripts / Arianna d'Ottone
  • The literary-religious tradition among 7th/13th-century Yemeni Zaydis (ii): the case of 'Abd Allah b. Zayd al-'Ansi (d. 667/1269) / Hassan Ansari and Sabine Schmidtke
  • Ms Munich, Bavarian State Library, cod. arab. 1294: a guide to Zaydi kalam-studies during the Tahirid and early Qasimite periods (mid-15th to early 18th centuries) / Gregor Schwarb
  • Zaydi scholars on the move: a multitext manuscript by Yahya ibn Humayd al-Miqra'i (b. 908/1503, d. 990/1582) and other contemporary sources / Christoph Rauch
  • Papiers filigranes de manuscrits de Zabid, premier tiers du xviiie-milieu du xxe siecle: papiers importes / Anne Regourd
  • San'a', Jerusalem, New York: Imam Yahya Hamid al-Din (1869-1948) and Yemeni-Jewish migration from Palestine to the United States / Menashe Anzi and Kerstin Hunefeld.