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Küstenvertrag vom 28.4.1888 ( LG : S.3ff), 5 welcher von Dr. Peters auf Wunsch von Sayyid Bargasch, dem damaligen Sultan von Sansibar, und nach Einsichtnahme beim britischen Generalkonsul (abgek.: Gk) Holmwood dem im Juni 1887 zwischen dem Sultan und der Imperial British East Africa Compagny (abgek.: IBEAC

In: Die Welt des Islams

Steensgaard, in his analysis of the international trade of Hormuz in the seventeenth century, drew up a table of ships that passed Bab al-Mandeb in the years 1611, 1612 and 1616; according to Dutch sources there were 44 of them in 1616, from Arabia, East-Africa, India and Indonesia.2° In his study on the

In: Die Welt des Islams

from text used in East Africa and at Aden. Vol. XXXVI (1946): Edwin E. Calverley, Observations in Egypt; Philip Crouch, Anthro- pology of Egyptian Villagers; Charles C. Adams, The Sanusis; M. Searle Bates, Religious Liberty in Moslem Lands (A reprint of pp. 257-267 from Bates, Religious Liberty, New

In: Die Welt des Islams

them as well in the expanse of their overseas shipping networks. Al-Mukha beat them all, being con- nected with no less than 44 ports (excluding vague regions such as "Persia") lying on the Arabian, East African, West Indian, East In- dian, and South-east Asian coasts. Its vast shipping network has

In: Die Welt des Islams

adventures of Ab¢ ݸrit: Muslim travel writing and navigating the Modern in colonial East Africa (S. 244-256). Ab¢ ݸrit, Schüler von A¥mad b. Sumay«, entwickelt auf dieser Reise eine Weltsicht, die so recht in kein Schema passt. Fasziniert von moderner Technik und gleichzeitig von der morali- schen und

In: Die Welt des Islams

, e.g. the report on a dhow trip to East Africa,-travel narrative and a sometimes detailed and anecdotical story of political moves and events such as the initiation of diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Yemen. This latter field seems to be the author's strong point who as a member of the State

In: Die Welt des Islams

. Martin, “Notes on Some Members of the Learned Classes of Zanzibar and East Africa in the Nineteenth Century”, African Historical Studies , 4/3 (1971), p. 536. 70 Ibid ., p. 1006. 71 Ibady, Journals . . . , p. 111. 72 Paris, Colin, 1896. 73 Tārīh ̮ . . . , p. 1006-1007. 74 Tārīh ̮ . . . , as cited in

In: Arabica

Westerners in the Indian Ocean region and (as we shall see below) to the special seafaring skills which such Westerners often possessed. As a result, black slaves from East Africa, and especially Christians from Ethiopia, were probably on the whole much more numerous than any contingent of “Frankish” rowers

In: Medieval Encounters

werden die einzelnen Lander behandelt und zwar in Part I Aden und East Africa: Aden, Somaliland Protectorate, Zanzibar, Kenya, Tanganyika, Uganda, Nyasaland Protectorate; Part II West Africa : Nigeria, The Gambia, The Gold Coast, Sierra Leone. ' Acht Appendices (S. 301-356) bringen wichtige Tatbestdnde

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-Mund, the guldm of our lord (the head of the Jews in the Fatimid empire) has arrived in Ascalon". Similar statements are met with frequently 2. The following account well exemplifies the dualism in the social position of a guldm. Its scene was 'Ayddb, the great port on the East-African coast, which served

In: Arabica