By David Thomas, Alexander Mallett
Christian-Muslim relatives, a Bibliographical heritage 2 (CMR2) is the second one a part of a common historical past of family among the faiths. overlaying the interval from 900 to 1050, it contains a sequence of introductory essays, including the most physique of multiple hundred distinct entries on the entire works via Christians and Muslims approximately and opposed to each other which are identified from this era. those entries offer biographical info of the authors the place recognized, descriptions and exams of the works themselves, and whole money owed of manuscripts, variations, translations and stories. the results of collaboration among top students within the box, CMR2 is an integral foundation for study in all components of the heritage of Christian-Muslim kinfolk.
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24 Ibn Ḥ ayyān, Crónica de los emires Alhakam I y Abdarrahman II entre los años 796 y 847 (Almuqtabis II-1), trans. A. Makki and F. Corriente, Saragossa, 2001, pp. 295-98; E. Lévi-Provençal, ‘Un échange d’ambassades entre Cordoue et Byzance au IXe siècle’, Byzantion 12 (1937) 1-24, with an Arabic transcription and a French translation, pp. 17-24. On this contact and its context, to which we shall return later: Signes Codoñer, ‘Bizancio y al-Ándalus’, pp. 199-208, especially pp. 200-4. 25 Beihammer, ‘Transformation’, passim; see also the general and introductory considerations of W.
Official messages and diplomatic letters will be treated first. More narrative texts, such as chronicles, will follow, notably those that provide information about peace treaties or pacific agreements. ). e. official contacts between princes and courts, with political, military, cultural or economic aims, and personified in exchanges of emissaries, letters, gifts, treaties or other kinds of documents. Letters, official messages and correspondence Official correspondence between Christian and Muslim rulers seems, of course, to be of the greatest importance in our field of research.
225; Aḥmad ibn ʿAlī al-Najāshī, Kitāb al-rijāl, ed. M. Jawād al-Nāʾinī, 2 vols, Beirut, 1988, i, p. 122, gives it as Kitāb al-iḥtijāj li-nubuwwat al-Nabī. 41 Ibn al-Nadīm, Fihrist, p. 252. 42 Ibn al-Nadīm, Fihrist, p. 36; Ḥ ajjī Khalīfa, Kashf al-ẓunūn ʿan asāmī l-kutub wa-lfunūn, ed. G. Flügel, 7 vols, London, 1842, iii, p. 237. 43 Ibn Taymiyya, al-Ṣārim al-maslūl, ii, p. 434. 44 Ibn Ṭāwūs in Kohlberg, A medieval Muslim scholar at work, pp. 139-40; Kohlberg speculates that the first chapter of this work may have been about the proofs of Muḥammad’s prophethood.