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Author: Paul M. Love

Introduction In his 1970 article on the contents of several private libraries in the Maghrib, Libyan historian A.K. Ennami provided researchers with a list of otherwise unknown Ibāḍī manuscripts from throughout the region. 1 Ennami also pointed to the host of obstacles standing

In: Journal of Islamic Manuscripts
Author: Paul M. Love

Introduction Maghribi Ibāḍī manuscript libraries represent rich archives for both the history of the Ibāḍī Muslim community and broader history of Northern Africa. Alongside the better-known manuscript collections of the Mzab valley in Algeria, a handful of family libraries on the

In: Journal of Islamic Manuscripts

intellectual and commercial worlds of Sunni-dominated early-modern Cairo. 2 Ibadis in the Margins Margins nevertheless remain at the center of my argument, since it is on data from the edges and ends of Ibadi manuscripts produced in or held by the Buffalo Agency from the 17th to the 20th centuries that I draw

In: Journal of Islamic Manuscripts

déterminant pour le destin de la bibliothèque. ∵ Paul M. Love, Jr., The Sālim Bin Yaʿqūb Ibāḍī Manuscript Library in Jerba, Tunisia. A Preliminary Survey & Inventory Paul M. Love, Jr., La bibliothèque Sālim Bin Yaʿqūb de manuscrits Ibāḍīs à Jerba, Tunisie. Vue d’ ensemble et inventaire

In: Journal of Islamic Manuscripts

Paul M. Love, Jr., Ibāḍī Manuscripts at the Bibliothèque nationale de Tunisie: Descriptions, Watermarks, and Implications Paul M. Love, Jr., Manuscrits ibadites conservés à la Bibliothèque nationale de Tunisie: descriptions, filigranes et enjeux Cet article propose de décrire quelques

In: Journal of Islamic Manuscripts

of an Ibāḍī authority: al-Rabīʿ, Abū ʿUbayda, Ǧābir b. Zayd. Therefore, Qatāda’s legal responses must have corresponded to those of the first Ibāḍī authorities, thereby explaining why the collator included them in an Ibāḍī manuscript. The two manuscripts, described at pp. 19-23, A. al-Salimi has

In: Studi Magrebini

earlier layers, many are late, some from the early modern period. The Ibāḍīs occupy a small but important niche within the field of Islamic studies. In recent years, scholars have studied, for instance, newly-discovered Ibāḍī manuscripts held in private collections (e.g. Abdulrahman al-Salimi and

In: Islamic Law and Society