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Published by W. Kohlhammer in Stuttgart .
Written in English


  • Sufism -- Early works to 1800

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Edition Notes

Other titlesThalāth rasāʾil
Statementby Shihābuddīn Suhrawerdī Maqtūl, with an account of his life and poetry; edited and translated by Otto Spies and S.K. Khatak.
SeriesBonner orientalische Studien -- Hft. 12
ContributionsAvicenna, 980-1037., Sāwajī, ʻUmar ibn Sahlān, fl. 1145., Shahrazūrī, Muḥammad ibn Maḥmūd, fl. 14th cent., Spies, Otto, 1901-, Khatak, Sarfaraz Khan
LC ClassificationsBP189.26 S9343 1935
The Physical Object
Pagination3 p. l., 51, [1], 89, [2], 91-121 p. --
Number of Pages121
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21316905M

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