DOI:10.1017/hia.2015.18
Corpus ID: 163126332
Towards a New Study of the So-Called Tārīkh al-fattāsh
Mauro Nobili, Mohamed Shahid Mathee
Published 29 May 2015
History
History in Africa
Abstract This article advances a new theory about the composition of the chronicle generally referred to as Tārīkh al-fattāsh. The Tārīkh al-fattāsh, allegedly written in the sixteenth-seventeenth… Expand
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