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    Hiroyuki Mashita
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The Royal Asiatic Society, founded in 1823, was the main centre in Britain for scholarly work on Asia in the nineteenth century, and has been a publisher since 1829. The Muslim World 1100–1700: Early Sources on Middle East History, Geography and Travel is the second collection of RAS Classics reissued by Routledge in association with the Society. The first, the five-volume Theology, Ethics and Metaphysics (978-0700-71670-8), was published in February 2003.

Royal Asiatic Society classics of Islam ; 2. Formatted Contents Note: v. 1 Narrative of travels in Europe, Asia . 1 Narrative of travels in Europe, Asia and Africa in the seventeenth century, by Evliya Efendi ; translated from the Turkish by Joseph von Hammer. Geographic Name: Islamic countries History Sources. Geographic Name: Islamic Empire History Sources. Geographic Name: Islamic countries Geography. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

The Muslim world 1100-1700. The Muslim world 1100-1700. The Muslim world 1100-1700 Close. Are you sure you want to remove The Muslim world 1100-1700 from your list? The Muslim world 1100-1700. early sources on Middle East history, geography and travel. Published 2007 by Routledge in New York. v. 1 Narrative of travels in Europe, Asia and Africa in the seventeenth century, by Evliya Efendi ; translated from the Turkish by. Joseph von Hammer. Royal Asiatic Society classics of Islam - 2. Genre.

Geography is the study of the Earth’s surface as the space within which the human population lives. The internal logic of this study has tended to split modern geography into two parts: physical and human. Such a division was inapplicable in the geography of the Middle Ages, the golden age of scientific inquiry in Islamic civilization (Tozer, 1964).

The terms Muslim world and Islamic world commonly refer to the Islamic community (Ummah), consisting of all those who adhere to the religion of Islam, or to societies where Islam is practiced. In a modern geopolitical sense, these terms refer to countries where Islam is widespread, although there are no agreed criteria for inclusion. The term Muslim-majority countries is an alternative often used for the latter sense.

The Muslim World: v. 1 : Middle East History, Geography, and Travel.

From the 'Terror of the World' to the 'Sick Man of Europe': European Images of Ottoman Empire and Society from the Sixteenth Century to the Nineteenth.

Reaching beyond the imperial centre, new work probes the problem of living in far-flung peripheries and what it meant to negotiate religious and ethnic differences in times of upheaval and change  . From the 'Terror of the World' to the 'Sick Man of Europe': European Images of Ottoman Empire and Society from the Sixteenth Century to the Nineteenth.