History of Damascus, 363-555 A.H.
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Published by Catholic Press of Beyrut in [Beyrut] .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Damascus (Syria)

Subjects:

  • Crusades.,
  • Damascus (Syria) -- History.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Ibn al-Qalânisi, from the Bodleian MS. Hunt. 125; being a continuation of the history of Hilãl-al-Sâbi. Edited with extracts from other histories and summary of contents by H. F. Amedroz.
ContributionsṢābī, Hilāl ibn al-Muhassin, 970-1056., Amedroz, H. F. 1855-1917, ed., Oxford. University. Bodleian library.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsD152 .I25
The Physical Object
Pagination397, 48 p.
Number of Pages397
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4920273M
LC Control Number76206557

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