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The travels of Ibn Jubayr
Muhammad ibn Ahmad Ibn Jubayr
|Statement||edited from a ms. in the University Library of Leyden, by William Wright.|
|Contributions||Wright, William, 1830-1889., Goeje, M. J. de 1836-1909.|
|LC Classifications||DS36.6 .I26 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||53,  p.|
|Number of Pages||363|
|LC Control Number||77173005|
Ibn Jubayr: | |Ibn Jubayr| (1 September |||| –; |Arabic|: ||ابن جبير|| ||||) was a |geog World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of. The travels of Ibn Jubayr. by Ibn Jubayr, Muḥammad ibn Aḥmad,M. J. de (Michael Jan) Goeje. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *.
Buy Travels of Ibn Jubayr by Broadhurst, J.C. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(12). All in all, Ibn Jubayr’s journey took two years and two months, him and his friend returned safely to Granada on the 22 nd of Muharram, AH (Ap CE), and not too long after that, he sat down and gave us the very first travelogue in the history of travel writing. A book that “ made a considerable impact on literary history. His account of his travels and tribulations in the.
Rihlat Ibn Jubayr. Roland Broadhurst as The Travels of Ibn Jubayr. London: Goodword, Ibn Khallikan. Kitāb Wafiyāt al-A‘yān. Bn. MacGuckin de Slane as Ibn Khallikan’s Biographical Dictionary. Oriental Translation Fund of Great Britain and Ireland, Ibn Munqidh, Usāma. Kitāb al-I‘tibār. Paul M. Cobb as The Book of. Travels of Ibn Jubayr, The: tr and ed by R J C Broadhurst. With an Eye for Beauty; THE TRAVELS OF IBN JUBAYR. Translated from the Arabic and edited by R. J. C. Broadhurst. pp.
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Travels of Ibn Jubayr Paperback – January 1, by J.C. Broadhurst (Author) out of 5 stars 10 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback $ Cited by: The travels of Ibn Jubayr are not as exciting as those of Ibn Battuta and this translation isn't very well done, making it a difficult read.
Nonetheless, Ibn Jubayr lived during an important time in history, it was a few decades before Spain fell to the Christians, Saladin was ruling in Egypt, Constantinople was waning, and new powers were arising in the East.
Looking back historically, it was /5. Ibn Jubayr, in full Abū al-Ḥusayn Muḥammad ibn Aḥmad ibn Jubayr al-Kinānī, (bornValencia, Emirate of Balansiya [Valencia]—died Nov. 29,Alexandria, Egypt), Spanish Muslim known for a book recounting his pilgrimage to Mecca.
The son of a civil servant, Ibn Jubayr became secretary to the Almohad governor of Granada, but he left that post for his pilgrimage, which was. Ibn Jubair (Ibn Jubayr) was born in Valencia. He travelled widely, offering good accounts of the life of Muslims and their surroundings throughout the known world.
The extracts that follow are from the English version of his travels. In the introduction we are reminded of the reasons for Ibn Jubair’s travels. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Travels of Ibn Jubayr by Muammad Ibn Amad Ibn Jubayr and William Wright (, Hardcover, Reprint) at the best online prices at eBay.
Free shipping for many products. Ibn Jubayr's account of his journey from his home in then Islamic Spain to the holy cities of Mecca and Medina, Syria, the Crusader Kingdoms and ultimately Egypt is a landmark text for the study and understanding of the Medieval Islamic World.4/5(2).
11 rows The travels of Ibn Jubayr by Muhammad ibn Ahmad Ibn Jubayr; 10 editions. The travels of Ibn Jubayr, ed. from a ms. in the University library of Leyden, by William Wright () (Reprint) Ibn Jubayr, Mu?ammad ibn A?mad, Published by Pranava Books ().
The heart of the book covers eight months spent in Mecca and gives one of the fullest early descriptions of the sacred city and of the ritual activity connected with it, culminating in the performance of the Hajj.
Egypt, under Saladin, of whom Ibn Jubayr greatly approved, had been observed on the outward journey/5(46). Travels of Ibn Jubayr.
Author / Translator: Tr. J.C. Broadhurst. ISBN: Page: Binding: the holy cities of Islam, and of his travels to Baghdad, the city of the Caliphs, to the first onslaught of Saladin, and to the island of Sicily at its most splendid Norman-Saracen period under a dynasty of Norse brigands.
The book is. Ibn Jubayr offers a great and unique 'snapshot' of lands around the Crusader kingdoms and Middle East at the height of the Crusading era and lets you feel the 'pulse' of these regions. He makes detailed notes of each of the lands he travels and provides interesting information on the economic and social prosperity (or lack thereof) in each of /5.
THE TRAVELS OF IBN JUBAYR, One of the astonishing things that is talked of is that though the fires of discord burn between the two parties, Muslim and Christian, two armies of them may meet and dispose themselves in battle array, and yet Muslim and Christian travellers will come and go between them without this connection we saw at this time, that is the month of Jumada.
The Travels of Ibn Jubayr) is a somewhat hyperbolic account of the curiosities he encountered. Ibn Baṭṭūṭah initially traveled from Tangier to Mecca for the same purposes but, after spending a period in Mecca, decided to continue on. He traveled all the way to China Read More.
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Ibn Jubayr’s travel chronicle served as a model for later authors, some of whom copied from it without attribution. Ibn Juzayy, who wrote the account of Ibn Battuta’s travels in aroundcopied passages that had been written years earlier by Ibn Jubayr describing Damascus, Mecca, Medina and other places in the Middle East.
Brill, ). Henceforth: Ibn Jubayr, The Travels, Wright. Although Ibn Jubayr’s full name is the aforementioned, book citations list the author as either Muhammad ibn Ahmad Ibn Jubayr, or just Ibn Jubayr. 2Wright states that he knewonly of Professor Dozy and M.
Amari having previously worked on or cited Ibn Jubayr. Ibn Jubayr, The Travels. Travels of Ibn Jubayr; Item Preview remove-circle Some info about the book in arabic.
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Leyden: A.J. Brill, (OCoLC) Ibn Jubayr's account of his journey from his home in then Islamic Spain to the holy cities of Mecca and Medina, Syria, the Crusader Kingdoms and ultimately Egypt is a landmark text for the study and understanding of the Medieval Islamic World.
Broadhurst's translation gives voice to Ibn Jubayr's vivid impressions of the 12th century Mediterranean. He recounts his experiences in Saladin's Egypt. Internet Archive BookReader Travels of Ibn Jubayr.
According to later chroniclers, if they can be believed, the adventure of Ibn Jubayr, one of the most illustrious rahhala, or travelers, from Al-Andalus to destinations throughout the Mediterranean and farther east, began in the year with a repugnant challenge. To name him in full, Abu al-Husayn Muhammad ibn Ahmad Ibn Jubayr al-Kinani served as secretary in the palace of Granada’s.Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
The travels of Ibn Jubayr by Muhammad ibn Ahmad Ibn Jubayr,E. Brill edition, in ArabicPages: Ibn Juzayy added poetry here and there, but generally he kept to Ibn Battuta's telling.
To fill in gaps in Ibn Battuta's descriptions, Ibn Juzayy borrowed descriptions of Mecca, Medina and Damascus from a twelfth century traveler named Ibn Jubayr, and perhaps descriptions of other places from other travelers, too.