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Author(s): Thomas, David
FOREWORD David Thomas This volume of Christian-Muslim relations. A bibliographical history ( CMR 11) is one of the four that make up the history of relations between Christians and Muslims in the period 1600-1700, according to the original sources. CMR 11 focuses on works from South Asia, South-East Asia, China and Japan, Africa south of the Sahara and the Americas. They were all written by authors who professed Christianity or Islam, accepted the teachings of one or other faith and generally expressed the attitudes that emanated fro…

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CONTENTS   Foreword List of illustrations List of maps Abbreviations   Claire Norton, Introduction Eugenia Kermeli, Christian communities under the Ottomans in the 17th century Dariusz Kołodziejczyk, Christians in the Safavid Empire Aurélien Giraud, European missionaries in the Levant   Works on Christian-Muslim relations 1600-1700 The Ottoman Empire The Safavid Empire   Index of names   Index of titles   FOREWORD David Thomas This volume of Christian-Muslim relations. A bibliographical History ( CMR 10) is one of the four that make up the history of relations betwe…

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  Christian-Muslim Relations A Bibliographical History Volume 16. North America, South-East Asia, China, Japan and Australasia (1800-1914)     Contents Foreword List of illustrations List of maps Abbreviations North America David D. Grafton, Introduction James A. Toronto, Interreligious discourse of Protestants, Mormons, and Muslims, 1830-1918 Works on Christian-Muslim relations 1800-1914 Asia and Australasia Peter Riddell and Douglas Pratt, Introduction Stuart Vogel, Christian missionaries and the Muslim community in China in the 19th century James Harry Morris, Christ…

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Christian-Muslim Relations A Bibliographical History Volume 13. Western Europe (1700-1800) CONTENTS Foreword  List of illustrations  List of maps  Abbreviations  Clinton Bennett, Introduction: Western Europe and Islam in the  long 18th century. Demonisation to dialogue Jan Loop, Islam and the European Enlightenment Avner Ben-Zaken, Intellectual, scientific and technological relations between Christian and Muslim civilisations 1580-1822 Works on Christian-Muslim relations 1700-1800  North-west Europe British Isles  Edward Pococke Junior           Nabil Mata…

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                                              CONTENTS Foreword List of illustrations List of maps Abbreviations                              The Ottoman and Persian Empires Umar Ryad, Introduction: the Ottoman and Persian Empires in the 18th century Charbel Nassif, Ottoman and Arab influences on Melkite art in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries Ines Aščerić-Todd, Religious diversity and tolerance in Ottoman guilds Works on Christian-Muslim relations 1700-1800: Ottoman and Arab World Persia Armenia and Georgia                                  South Asia, South-East Asia, China and Japan Douglas Pratt, Introduction: Sout…

 Tuḥfat al-mujāhidīn

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Tuḥfat al-mujāhidīn‘Gift to those fighting in the way of God’ Zayn al-Dīn ibn ʿAbd al-ʿAzīz ibn Zayn al-Dīn al-Maʿbarī; Zayn al-Dīn Makhdūm II Date: 1577 Original Language: Arabic Description Tuḥfat al-muhājidīn fī baʿḍ akhbār al-Burtughāliyyīn (‘Gift to those fighting in the way of God, on elements of reports about the Portuguese’; this also appears as  Tuḥfat al-muhājidīn fī baʿḍ aḥwāl al-Burtughāliyyīn, ‘Gift to those fighting in the way of God, on elements of the circumstances of the Portuguese’) is the earliest Muslim detailed account of the arriva…

Abbreviations and Foreword

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  FOREWORD David Thomas Christian-Muslim relations. A bibliographical History 6 ( CMR 6) continues the history of relations between Christians and Muslims as recorded in original sources in the period 1500-1600, following the same general approach as the earlier volumes in the series.  CMR 6 focuses on works from the 16th century in the countries of Western Europe, and shows that, while many of the preoccupations that dominated the Middle Ages were still prominent, particularly issues of political and religious relations between Christianity…

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CONTENTS   Foreword List of illustrations List of maps Abbreviations   Luis Bernabé Pons, Introduction:  Empires, wars, and languages. Islam and Christianity in 17th-century western and southern Europe Manuel Lomas, Trade and religious dogma José Maria Perceval, Attraction and repulsion of the other. The case of Muslim descendants in the Spanish kingdoms   Works on Christian-Muslim relations 1600-1700 Iberia France Italian states German states Central Europe   Index of names   Index of titles   FOREWORD David Thomas Christian-Muslim relations. A bibliographical history vo…

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Christian-Muslim Relations A Bibliographical History Volume 14. Central and Eastern Europe (1700-1800)     Contents Foreword List of illustrations Abbreviations Cornelia Soldat, Radu G. Păun and Stanisław Grodź, Introduction: Central and Eastern Europe in the 18th century Asaph Ben-Tov, Central European encounters with the Muslim world in the 18th century David Do Paço, The political agents of Muslim courts in Central Europe in th e 18th century A. Yunus Gencer, Ottoman influences on European music. Part II Works on Christian-Muslim relations 1700-1800 German and Habsburg …

Al-Maʿbarī

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Zayn al-Dīn ibn ʿAbd al-ʿAzīz ibn Zayn al-Dīn al-Maʿbarī; Zayn al-Dīn Makhdūm II Date of Birth: Early 16th century Place of Birth: Chombai, near Mahe, northern Malabar Date of Death: Uncertain; after 1583 Place of Death: Ponnani, Malabar Biography Zayn al-Dīn ibn ʿAbd al-ʿAzīz ibn Zayn al-Dīn al-Maʿbarī was born in northern Malabar, on the south-west coast of India, to a Sunnī family from Yemen. They had emigrated to Maʿbar on the east coast of India, and then in the early 16th century to Malabar. His grandfather, named Zayn al-Dīn Makhdūm (1467-1521;  makhdūm, ‘the one who is served’,…

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Author(s): Thomas, David
  David Thomas This volume of  Christian-Muslim relations. A bibliographical history ( CMR 7) continues the history of relations between Christians and Muslims according to the original sources in the period 1500-1600. CMR 7 focuses on works from Eastern Europe, the Ottoman Empire and the Middle East, South Asia, East Asia and the Americas. It shows that many of the attitudes and prejudices known from the Middle Ages were still current, among them on the Christian side the sense that Muslims had been misled by a false prophe…