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The intellectual life of Taqi al-Din al-Subkis Ibn Aybak ad-Dumya'i was an historian specialized in recording the scholarly lives of the learned men of his generation. His most important work of this genre was at-Taragim al-galila al-galiyya wa-l-asya' al-'aliya al-'aliyya in which he recounted the intellectual life of the chief judge Taqi d-Din as-Subki (d. 756/1355) and which is important for the following reasons: It is the only source which mentions in detail the books that as-Subki studied with his teachers and reveals a clear picture of his strong interest in the Prophetic hadi's. It…mehr

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The intellectual life of Taqi al-Din al-Subkis Ibn Aybak ad-Dumya'i was an historian specialized in recording the scholarly lives of the learned men of his generation. His most important work of this genre was at-Taragim al-galila al-galiyya wa-l-asya' al-'aliya al-'aliyya in which he recounted the intellectual life of the chief judge Taqi d-Din as-Subki (d. 756/1355) and which is important for the following reasons: It is the only source which mentions in detail the books that as-Subki studied with his teachers and reveals a clear picture of his strong interest in the Prophetic hadi's. It unveils information about as-Subki's travels and mentions teachers that are found in no other source. It is one of the most important sources which were relied upon by 'agar in ad-Durar al-kamina and by a'-'afadi in A'yan al-'a'r and al-Wafi bi-l-wafayat.
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  • Mamluk Studies Bd.13
  • Verlag: V&R unipress
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 0658
  • Seitenzahl: 862
  • Erscheinungstermin: Januar 2017
  • Arabisch
  • Abmessung: 237mm x 167mm x 58mm
  • Gewicht: 1471g
  • ISBN-13: 9783847106586
  • ISBN-10: 3847106589
  • Artikelnr.: 46159135
Autorenporträt
Sabraa, Tarek
Tarek Sabraa studied Islamic Studies in Medina, Rome and Rotterdam. He currently holds a doctoral stipend at the Annemarie Schimmel Kolleg, University of Bonn. He worked for IFPO and OIB in Damascus and Beirut.