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by Adam Gacek

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  • ISBN 0948656034
  • ISBN13 978-0948656033
  • Language English
  • Author Adam Gacek
  • Publisher Islamic Publications; illustrated edition edition (December 1984)
  • Pages 180
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The contents of the book include preface, transliteration table, introduction, references, 255 entries and indices. The introduction is subdivided into the following sections: binding, paper, gathering and folios, text, handwriting, apparatus criticus, abbreviations, select bibliography.

The contents of the book include preface, acknowledgements, transliteration table, introduction, references, 167 entries and indices. Catalogue of Arabic Manuscripts in the Library of The Institute of Ismaili Studies. Vol. 1. by: Adam Gacek. London: Islamic Publications, 1984, pp. xvii + 180, Vol. ISBN Paperback: 0 948656 03 4.

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The Supplementary Catalogue includes 188 Arabic manuscripts not listed earlier by Gacek or which have been acquired since then by the insti. The majority of the works belong to the theological, philosophical, and historical traditions of Fatimid Ismaili literature. The catalogue is arranged alphabetically by author and chronologically by title, accompanied by details about the content of each work and other relevant information of a literary, historical, and doctrinal nature. 4 people like this topic

Catalogue of Arabic Manuscripts in the Library of the Institute of Ismaili Studies: v. by Adam Gacek. The Arabic Manuscript Tradition: A Glossary of Technical Terms and Bibliography. Arabic Manuscripts: A Vademecum for Readers. Arabic Lithographed Books: In the Islamic Studies Library, McGill University (Fontanus Monograph).

This new catalogue includes 189 Arabic manuscripts not listed earlier by Gacek or which have been acquired since then by the Institute of Ismaili Studies Library

This new catalogue includes 189 Arabic manuscripts not listed earlier by Gacek or which have been acquired since then by the Institute of Ismaili Studies Library. The majority of the works belong to the theological, philosophical and historical traditions of Fatimid and post-Fatimid Yemeni Ismaili literature, including manuscripts by important and hitherto unknown authors from Syria. The catalogue is arranged alphabetically by author and chronologically by title and provides details of the content of each work and other relevant information of a literary, historical and doctrinal nature.

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The recovery of Ismaili manuscripts in more recent times has significantly contributed to the development of the field . In 1667, only seven years after its foundation, the Royal Society of London acquired the Arundel Library, the gift of Henry Howard, later 6th Duke of Norfolk.

The recovery of Ismaili manuscripts in more recent times has significantly contributed to the development of the field and spawned a new generation of scholars. This collection originally contained both manuscripts and printed books, but in 1830–32 the Society parted with the Arundel manuscripts,[1.

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