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Al-Qanṭara
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368 Publications
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  • Endechas por la pérdida de al-Andalus en dos zéjeles de Cútar

    This article edits, translates, comments and examines several aspects related with two strophic poems in Andalusian Arabic dialect. They are written in a miscellaneous volume recently found in Cútar (Málaga). Their contents speak about the hard moments lived during the last times of Muslim political power in the Iberian Peninsula. Mention is made to the copyist and the possible author of the poems.

    Les inscriptions de Bāb Manṣūr al-‛Ilǧ : déchiffrement et traduction

    [fr] La ville de Meknès s’identifie presque à un seul monument : la porte de Bāb Manṣūr al-‛Ilǧ qui fut édifiée par Mawlāy Ismā‛īl puis rénovée et orneée par son fils Mawlāy ‛Abd Allāh. Cet article s’emploie à retracer, dans leurs contextes historiques respectifs, les deux étapes-clés de la construction de cette porte, en s’attardant aussi bien sur sa présentation architecturale que sur sa description épigraphique. Il propose le déchiffrement intégral de l’inscription située sur la partie sup...

    Del Kitāb al-ḥadā’iq al Kitāb al-dawā’ir: replanteamiento del tratado filosófico de Ibn al-Sīd al-Batalyawsī

    Generalmente el tratado filosófico conocido como Kitāb al-ḥadā’iq se asocia al autor andalusí del siglo XII Ibn al-Sid al-Batalyawsī, aunque esta atribución ha sido discutida en ocasiones. Este artículo ofrece una nueva interpretación del título, la historia del texto, la autoría, las fuentes e incluso del género literario al que se adscribe este tratado, teniendo en cuenta su texto, una revisión de los datos ya conocidos y la comparación entre este tratado y el resto de la producción de al-B...

    Documents of Christian Workers in the Great Mosque of Cordova?

    This paper is a critical revision of the hypothesis put forward by Manuel Ocaña Jiménez, according to which some of lapidary signs of the Great Mosque of Córdoba were the work of Christian labourers. My conclusion is that this hypothesis is untenable.

    Ŷarba y los límites del poder rustamí. La comunidad ibāḍí de Ŷarba bajo los imāmes rustamíes de Tāhert (779-909 d.C.)

    This article is aimed at analyzing the medieval and modern source material dealing with the history of Djerba under the Rustamid Imāmate in an attempt to clarify the nature of both the historical and historiographical relationship between them. It will begin by discussing the available primary and secondary source material, including the historiographical challenges they present. An analysis of the textual and archeological evidence connecting the Rustamids and Djerba will follow. Next, it wi...
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