By Alex Mallett , Juan Pedro Monferrer-Sala , Johannes Pahlitzsch , Mark N. Swanson , Herman G. B. Teule , John Victor Tolan David Thomas
Christian-Muslim relatives, a Bibliographical historical past three (CMR3) is the 3rd a part of a basic heritage of kinfolk among the faiths. protecting the interval from 1050 to 1200, it includes a chain of introductory essays, including the most physique of multiple hundred certain entries on the entire works via Christians and Muslims approximately and opposed to each other which are recognized from this era. those entries offer biographical info of the authors the place recognized, descriptions and exams of the works themselves, and entire money owed of manuscripts, variants, translations and reports. the results of collaboration among prime students within the box, CMR3 is an fundamental foundation for learn in all components of the heritage of Christian-Muslim kinfolk.
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Christian-Muslim Relations: A Bibliographical History (1050-1200) by Alex Mallett , Juan Pedro Monferrer-Sala , Johannes Pahlitzsch , Mark N. Swanson , Herman G. B. Teule , John Victor Tolan David Thomas