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Relations de voyages et textes géographiques arabes, persans et turks relatifs a l'Extrême-Orient du VIIIe au XVIIIe siècles

Relations de voyages et textes géographiques arabes, persans et turks relatifs a l'Extrême-Orient du VIIIe au XVIIIe siècles
Traduits, revus et annotés
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Part of Cambridge Library Collection - East and South-East Asian History

  • Date Published: January 2015
  • availability: Available
  • format: Multiple copy pack
  • isbn: 9781108080453

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  • Gabriel Ferrand (1864–1935) travelled widely as a French diplomat and pursued scholarly passions as a polyglot orientalist. He served as consul to Madagascar and published several works about the island, noting the Arab influence that preceded the arrival of Europeans. A member of the Société Asiatique, and editor of its journal from 1920 until his death, Ferrand sought in particular to make Arabic geographical and nautical writings more accessible to fellow scholars and students. Forming part of that project, this work appeared in two volumes in 1913–14. It presents annotated French translations of mainly Arabic texts relating to the Far East. Brief biographical notes on the authors are given for the benefit of non-specialists. Volume 1 contains the preliminary matter regarding transcription and translation, followed by texts up to the thirteenth century. Volume 2 includes a section of translated extracts from Chinese, Japanese, Tamil, Kawi and Malay texts.

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    • Date Published: January 2015
    • format: Multiple copy pack
    • isbn: 9781108080453
    • length: 774 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 153 x 47 mm
    • weight: 1.1kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Volume 1: Préface
    Introduction
    1. Ibn Khordadzbeh
    2. Ibn Masawih
    3. Sulayman
    4. Yakubi
    5. Ishak bin Imran
    6. Ibn al-Fakih
    7. Ibn Rosteh
    8. Muhammad bin Zakariya ar-Razi
    9. Abu Zayd
    10. Abu Dulaf Mis'ar
    11. Mas'udi
    12. Mas'udi
    13. Ibn Serapion
    14. Mukaddisi
    15. Mutahhar bin Tahir al-Makdisi
    16. Abu'l Faradj
    17. L'abrégé des merveilles
    18. Avicenne
    19. Biruni
    20. Ibn Ridwan
    21. Ibn Wafid
    22. Kharaki
    23. Edrisi
    24. Ibn Tufayl
    25. Yakut
    26. Ibn al-Baytar. Volume 2:
    1. Kazwini
    2. Ibn Said
    3. Abu Omar Minhadj ad-Din
    4. Nasir ad-Din at-Tusi
    5. Wassaf
    6. Ras ad-Din
    7. Dimaski
    8. Nuwayri
    9. Abulfida
    10. Hamdullah Mustawfi
    11. Ibn al-Wardi
    12. Ibn Batuta
    13. Ibn Khaldun
    14. Bakuwi
    15. Makrizi
    16. Absihi
    17. Diwan al-Insa
    18. Abd ar-Razzak
    19. Ibn Iyas
    20. Sidi Ali Celebi
    21. Abul Fazl
    22. Mirza Muhhammad Kazim
    23. Sadik Isfahani
    24. Borhan Kati
    25. Textes non datés
    26. Mille et une nuits
    27. Cent et une nuits
    28. Livre des merveilles de l'Indie
    29. Khuwarizmi
    30. Biruni
    31. Kanun al-Masudi
    32. Kitab at-Tafhim
    33. Abul-Fadl Dja'far
    34. Kazwini
    35. Djawbari
    36. Sirazi
    37. Nuwayri
    Textes chinois, japonais, tamoul, kawi et malais
    Additions et corrections
    Index.

  • Author

    Gabriel Ferrand

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