Consorts of the Caliphs is a seventh/thirteenth-century compilation of anecdotes about thirty-eight women who were consorts to those in power, most of them concubines of the early Abbasid caliphs and wives of latter-day caliphs and sultans. This slim but illuminating volume is one of the few...
Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel 4/3, Tübingen: Mohr 2015
A collection of essays that explore how the literati of Babylonia and Assyria, the writers and redactors of the Hebrew Bible, and later rabbinical scholars gained new perspectives and created new ideas by interpreting ancient texts and traditions.
Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel 4/3, Tübingen: Mohr...
Autobiography in the Arabic Literary Tradition
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