Studia Orientalia 112

Studia Orientalia 112

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Studia Orientalia 112. Editor Lotta Aunio. Co-Editors Patricia Berg & Sari Nieminen
Finnish Oriental Society
Jyväskylä 2012, 206 pp.


Articles: Marcin Grodzki, "Muslims" and "Islam" in Middle Eastern Literature of the Seventh and Eighth Centuries AD: An Alternative perspective of West European oriental scholarship; Artur Kamczycki, Zionist Restitution of the Ugly Jew's Image: The Case of Theodor Herzl; Klaus Karttunen, Aśoka, the Buddhist Saṁgha and the Graeco-Roman World; Haggai Mazuz, Christians in the Qur'ān: Some insights derived from the classical exegetic approach; Juan Pedro Monferrer-Sala, One More Time on the Arabized Nominal Form Iblīs; María Dolores Rodriguez Gómez, Describing the Ruin: Writings of Arabic notaries in the last period of al-Andalus; Nesya Rubinstein-Shemer, Larger than Life: Prayer during wartime in Islamic law; Taru Salmenkari, Using Feudalism for Political Criticism and for Promoting Systemic Change in China; Joanna Töyräänvuori, Weapons of the Storm God in Ancient Near Eastern and Biblical Traditions.

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ISBN 978-951-9380-81-0
ISSN 0039-3282