DOI:​10.1515/9783110541441-004
Corpus ID: 134938981
Islamic Education and Ample Space Layout in West African Islamic Manuscripts
Dmitry Bondarev, A. Brigaglia, Mauro Nobili
Published 11 January 2017
Geography
There is a distinctive type of manuscripts across the whole of West Africa characterised by ample space between the lines. This codicological feature seems to point to teaching practices wherein… Expand
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