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Christian-Muslim family members, a Bibliographical heritage five (CMR 5), masking the interval 1350-1500, is a constant quantity in a basic heritage of kinfolk among the 2 faiths from the 7th century to 1900. It contains a sequence of introductory essays and likewise the most physique of targeted entries which deal with the entire works, surviving or misplaced, which were recorded. those entries offer biographical information of the authors, descriptions and tests of the works themselves, and entire money owed of manuscripts, variants, translations and reports. the results of collaboration among quite a few best students, CMR five, in addition to the opposite volumes during this sequence, is meant as an quintessential device for study in Christian-Muslim kin.

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5 Leonis Diaconi Caloënsis Historiae, ed. Hasius, p. 66, trans. Loretto, p. 66, trans. ­Talbot and Sullivan, p. 116. 6 Leonis Diaconi Caloënsis Historiae, ed. Hasius, pp. 75, 103, trans. Loretto, pp. 74, 97, trans. Talbot and Sullivan, pp. 126, 152. 7 Ioannis Scylitzae synopsis historiarum, ed. I. Thurn (Corpus Fontium Historiae Byzantinae 5), Berlin, 1973, pp. 501, 521; partial German trans. H. Thurn, Byzanz wieder ein Weltreich. Das Zeitalter der makedonischen Dynastie, Part 1: Ende des Bilderstreites und Makedonische Renaissance (Anfang 9.

319, § 516; pp. 701-2, §§ 1177-78; p. 900, § 1508; pp. 902-3, § 1513; p. 908, § 1522. 22 Arabic-Islamic perceptions of Western Europe In the centuries following the expansion, intensive interaction, particularly in the border zones between the two spheres, made further data accessible. 38 Encounters and exchange also entailed the acquisition of substantial ethno- and geographical data about the other sphere. g. Ibn Ḥayyān, Al-muqtabis min abnāʾ ahl al-Andalus [II, 2], ed. ʿA. Makkī, Beirut, 1973, pp.

51 Al-Masʿūdī, Kitāb al-tanbīh, pp. 181-82: ‘wa Rūmiyya dār mamlakat al-ifranjiyya al-ʿuẓmā qadīman wa-ḥadīthan’. Daniel G. König 25 Al-Sulamī (d. 52 This concept also found expression in Ibn al-Athīr and Ibn Khaldūn’s (d. 53 However, this notion of ethno-cultural homogeneity was not universally applied by everyone and at all times. The tendency to identify various groups and peoples from different parts of Western Europe as ‘Franks’ went hand in hand with the explicit awareness that a process of ethnic differentiation had taken place among the various peoples north of the Mediterranean.

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