ʿABBĀS AL-ʿAZZĀWĪ, Al-Kākāʾiyya fil-taʾrīkh (English title: Kākāʾiyah in history, being a study into the beliefs of this sect of Kurdistan, its history, customs, tribes and dwellings as well as its present conditions and relations with neighbouring sects). — Baghdad, 1368/ 1949, 146 pp.

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ʿABBĀS AL-ʿAZZĀWĪ, Al-Kākāʾiyya fil-taʾrīkh (English title: Kākāʾiyah in history, being a study into the beliefs of this sect of Kurdistan, its history, customs, tribes and dwellings as well as its present conditions and relations with neighbouring sects). — Baghdad, 1368/ 1949, 146 pp.

in Oriens

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1 As well as the Persian; for example in the proverb: hesdb hesabast-o kdkd berdday. 2 Pp. 41-43: the sanctuary of Sultan-Ishaq is on the right bank of the SIrwan; the famous Baba-Yadegar is not in M5h!-Dasht but in Zohab. I visited both of them in 1914. 1 'Azzdwi restores his nisba as CAjami but it is surely al-Nakha'!, see Mascudi, Muruj, III, 265, who speaks of Ishaq b. Muhammad al-Nakha'i as the dogmatist of the 'Ulydniya and the author of al-Sird,t. Cf. also Ibn Hazm, Jour. Amer. Oy. Soc., igo7, No. 1, 66. The tribe Banu-Nakhac is quoted in Wiistenfeld, Genealogisclae Tabellen der Arab. Stdmme, table 8 and Index. The identity of Ishaq b. Muhammad with Ishaq b. camr quoted in Mafatilt ���C//MtK, p. 30 (cf. cazzdwi, p. 64) is doubtful. The author of the Ma/atih considers the latter's Ishaqiya (together with the Mukhtariya) as a subdivision of the Kaysaniya. 4 As Jabir b. Abdullah al-Ansari, one of the Prophet's companions, died in 78/697, we have to assume that the funeral was of one or other of his descendants. In fact, according to Ibn al-Athir, X, 383, a descendant (min walad) of Jabir b. Abdullah, called Abul-Fadl Bakr b. Muhammad b.

'All b. al-Fadl al-An�dri died in Sxz/xxx8. He is said to have been a native of Bukhara and a distin- guished Hanafi. 1 As already pointed out in my Materiali, Moscow 1911, p. XVIII. ' This publication is different from the somewhat sophisticated text previously published by Ivanow in Ismâcili Society Collectanea I, 1948, pp. 147-84, An 'Ali-Ilâhi fragment.

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