Christian-Muslim Relations 1500 - 1900

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Christian-Muslim Relations, a Bibliographical History Online is a general history of relations between the two faiths as this is represented in works written by Christians and Muslims about the other and against the other. It covers all parts of the world in the period 1500-1914. Christian-Muslim Relations, a Bibliographical History Online comprises thousands of comprehensive entries on individual works and their authors, together with introductory essays to the periods and areas covered, making it the fullest available source in this field.

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 Uero euangelo di Iessu chiamato Chrissto nouo profeta mandato da Dio al mondo secondo la descritione di Barnaba happostolo suo

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Author(s): Slomp, Jan
‘The true Gospel of Jesus called Christ, a new prophet sent by God to the world, according to the description of Barnabas his apostle’‘The Gospel of Barnabas’ The Gospel of Barnabas Date: Uncertain; probably before 1609 Original Language: Italian Description The Gospel of Barnabas exists in Italian and Spanish versions, of which the Italian is earlier, written on paper that was made in the Ottoman Empire in the last decade of the 16th century (van Koningsveld, ‘Islamic image of Paul’), and the Spanish a later copy of the Spanish text made in England in the 18th century. There is no refer…

 Ughegrut‘iwn

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Author(s): Bournoutian, George
‘The travel accounts of Simēon of Poland’ Simeon of Poland, Simēon of Zamość, Simēon dpir Date: Probably between 1584 and 1636 Original Language: Armenian Description The manuscript of Simēon’s work, which covers 396 pages, is housed in the library of Warsaw University. It was discovered in Lvov University library. The original manuscript has no title: the Armenian word Ughegrut iwn means ‘travel accounts’, a title (in its plural form) given to the work because it recounts Simēon’s travels to various places, in addition to the colophons, which suggest …