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Katalog der Orientalischen Manuscripten der Stadtbibliothek zu Hamburg


This is the Oriental manuscripts catalogue of the Hamburg City Library, which includes Arabic, Persian, Turkish, Malay, Coptic, Syriac, and Ethiopic manuscripts.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61143-028-8
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Sep 17,2015
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 7 x 10
Page Count: 269
Language: German
ISBN: 978-1-61143-028-8
$150.00
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The Oriental manuscripts catalogue of the Hamburg City Library contains hundreds of listings in Arabic, Persian, Turkish, and Malay. Also included is a second section for Arabic Christian manuscripts, and then Coptic, Syriac, and Ethiopic. This work is neatly organized, with each language divided into sections by genre, as well as concordances and indices. Scholars looking for manuscripts in any particular subject area will find this an especially useful research tool.

The Oriental manuscripts catalogue of the Hamburg City Library contains hundreds of listings in Arabic, Persian, Turkish, and Malay. Also included is a second section for Arabic Christian manuscripts, and then Coptic, Syriac, and Ethiopic. This work is neatly organized, with each language divided into sections by genre, as well as concordances and indices. Scholars looking for manuscripts in any particular subject area will find this an especially useful research tool.

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Carl Brockelmann

  • EINLEITUNG (page 5)
  • INHALTSVERZEICHNIS (page 23)
  • MUHAMMEDANISCHE HANDSCHRIFTEN (page 26)
  • ARABISCHE HANDSCHRIFTEN (page 27)
  • PERSISCHE HANDSCHRIFTEN (page 104)
  • TURKISCHE HANDSCHRIFTEN (page 145)
  • MALAIISCHE HANDSCHRIFTEN (page 177)
  • CHRISTLICHE HANDSCHRIFTEN (page 179)
  • KOPTISCHE HANDSCHRIFTEN (page 196)
  • SYRISCHE HANSCHRIFTEN (page 198)
  • ATHIOPISCHE HANDSCHRIFTEN (page 201)
  • NACHTRAG (page 209)
  • KONKORDANZEN (page 218)
  • REGISTER (page 230)
  • ORIENTALISCHE VERFASSER (page 236)
  • ORIENTALISCHE SCHREIBER (page 242)
  • ORIENTALISCHE BESITZER UND STIFTER (page 244)
  • SONSTIGE ORIENTALISCHE PERSONENNAMEN (page 246)
  • ORIENTALISCHE ORTSNAMEN (page 248)
  • SACHREGISTER (page 249)
  • EUROPAISCHE UND EUROPAISIERTE VERFASSENAMEN (page 258)
  • EUROPAISCHE UND EUROPAISIERTE BESITZER-UND SCHREIBERNAMEN (page 259)
  • SONSTIGE EUROPAISCHE UND EUROPAISIERTE PERSONENNAMEN (page 261)
  • EUROPAISCHE UND EUROPAISCHE ORTSNAMEN (page 263)
  • CHRONOLOGISCHES VERZEICHNIS DER DATIERTEN HANDSCHRIFTEN (page 265)
  • ZUSATZE UND BERICHTIGUNGEN (page 267)
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