Gaston Wiet is the author of القاهرة ( avg rating, 10 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Baghdad ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published. Gaston WIET, Cairo, city of art and commerce, The Centers of civilization series, I vol., pp., Norman (U.S.A.), in Arabica. Author: R. Le Tourneau. Gaston Wiet () est un orientaliste français, diplômé de l’École des langues orientales et licencié en droit. Il enseigna l’arabe et le turc comme maître .
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Finally Professor Rosen-Ayalon is haston be congratulated for assembling and editing a work which undoubtedly would have delighted the scholar that it honors. Wickens, University of Toronto, Canada. Hello, sign in here Registered customer?
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The Hebrew University Magnes Press. This tribute to the memory of Gaston Wiet, who died inconsists of 28 wiett which, with four exceptions, treat aspects of Islamic civilization: Three of the four exceptions deal with Sasanian studies, the fourth is devoted to the Crusades.
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The twenty-four articles concerning Islamic civilization were intended to be, and are, as diverse and wide in scope as Wiet’s own interests and publications. In terms of time they stretch from the Sasanian period until the present day.
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