Materials for the history of Arabic rhetoric from the Ḥilyat al-Muḥād̤ara of Ḥātimī (Mss 2934 and 590 of the Qarawiyyīn Mosque in Fez) by Seeger Adrianus Bonebakker

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  • Ḥātimī, Abū ʻAlī Muḥammad ibn al-Ḥasan, d. 998.,
  • Arabic language -- Rhetoric.

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Statementby S. A. Bonebakker.
SeriesSupplemento agli Annali - Istituto orientale di Napoli ;, n. 4, Supplemento ... agli Annali ;, n. 4.
ContributionsḤātimī, Abū ʻAlī Muḥammad ibn al-Ḥasan, d. 998.
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LC ClassificationsPJ6161 .B6
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 104 p. ;
Number of Pages104
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Open LibraryOL4679851M
LC Control Number77571182

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