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Henri de Boulainvilliers, Count of Saint-Saire (1658-1722), wrote La Vie de Mahomet, in 1728. Boulainvilliers describes Muhammad as "an enlightened and wise lawgiver." In 1731, an English translation was made, from which this facsimile edition is produced.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 1-931956-66-9
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Oct 16,2002
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 412
ISBN: 1-931956-66-9
$129.00
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Henri de Boulainvilliers, Count of Saint-Saire (1658-1722), was an important French historian and writer. In 1728, he wrote La Vie de Mahomet, one of the most fascinating accounts of the life of the Prophet to be written that early in the west. Boulainvilliers describes Muhammad as "an enlightened and wise lawgiver." In 1731, an English translation was produced under the title The Life of Mahomet, from which this facsimile edition is produced.
Henri de Boulainvilliers, Count of Saint-Saire (1658-1722), was an important French historian and writer. In 1728, he wrote La Vie de Mahomet, one of the most fascinating accounts of the life of the Prophet to be written that early in the west. Boulainvilliers describes Muhammad as "an enlightened and wise lawgiver." In 1731, an English translation was produced under the title The Life of Mahomet, from which this facsimile edition is produced.
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Henri de Boulainvilliers

  • Preface
  • Book I
  • Book II
  • Book III