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- El-Masds Historical Encyclopaedia, Entitled Meadows of Gold and Mines of Gems. by Al-Masd Al-Masd
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El-Masds Historical Encyclopaedia, Entitled Meadows of Gold and Mines of Gems. by Al-Masd Al-Masd
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El-Mas'udi's Historical Encyclopaedia, Entitled "Meadows of Gold and Mines of Gems" Translated from The Arabic By Aloys Sprenger, M.D.
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Al masudi pdf book Al- mas' udi was an arab historian, geographer and traveler. He is sometimes referred to as the " herodotus of the arabs". Shboul notes that al- mas' udi rewrote muruj al- dhahab. Lunde and stone note that al- mas' udi in his tanbih states that the revised edition of muruj al- dhahab contained chapters. Al- masudi' s intellectual environment.
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be re-sold, reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission of the publishers. H e gives an account of the genius and usages of the nations, a description of the countries, mountains, seas, kingdoms, and dynasties ; and he distinguishes the Arabian race from the Barbarians. Then came el-Bekri, who followed the example of el-Mas'udi, but only in geogra- phy, and not with respect to other subjects ethnography and history ; for the changes which had take11 place i11 his time, since el-Mas'udi, in the relative position and state of nations, and in the spirit of times literally, the generations were not material.
A first version of the book was allegedly completed in the year AD but the author spent most of his life adding to and editing the work as well. For over years this version was the standard version used by Western scholars until Charles Pellat published a French revision between and This revision was published by the Universite Libanaise in Beirut and consisted of five volumes. Versions of the source text by Mas'udi have been published in Arabic for hundreds of years, mainly from presses operating in Egypt and Lebanon. One English version was published in and was translated and edited by Paul Lunde and Caroline Stone. According to this edition's introduction, their English translation is heavily edited and contains only a fragment of the original manuscript due to the editors' own personal research interests and focuses almost exclusively on the Abbasid history of Mas'udi. Their introduction also outlines how the editors relied mainly on the Pellat revision in French and are therefore mainly working from the French translation with the Arabic source text as a background guide.
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