An Eleventh-Century Egyptian Guide to the Universe: The Book by Yossef Rapoport; Emilie Savage-Smith

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179 item 6). All other cataloguers interpreted it as al-Gharbānī or al-ʿArabānī, including Carl Brockelmann (GAL 2:129 (159) no. 11; GAL-S, 2:159–60). 47 See Sakhāwī 1934, 11:215, 5:8, 1:70; none exactly align with the name given in Bodleian MS. Caps. Or. C. 26, fol. 447b. introduction well as the treatise of which it is the earliest copy. By allowing the reader a comparison between the facsimile reproduction and the modern edition of the Arabic text, including the labels on the maps and diagrams, we aim to convey more accurately the interaction between image and text in this manuscript.

Est Abdalgani Ben Alsheikh Hisameddin Ahmed vulgo Ibn ‫ ا �ل�عر ٮ�ا �ى‬Almisri Ob. H. 854. Nicoll was here ‘correcting’ the older catalogue of Uri 1787, 23 entry CXI, item 4, who had in fact described the treatise as anonymous and given the shorter title that appears in the manuscript. 46 In the later, and fuller, catalogue of Karshūnī and Syriac manuscripts in the Bodleian Library, R. Payne Smith read the nisbah, probably correctly, as al-ʿUryānī, reading Ibn Aluryani Almisri (Payne Smith 1864, col.

595–596 no. 179 item 6). All other cataloguers interpreted it as al-Gharbānī or al-ʿArabānī, including Carl Brockelmann (GAL 2:129 (159) no. 11; GAL-S, 2:159–60). 47 See Sakhāwī 1934, 11:215, 5:8, 1:70; none exactly align with the name given in Bodleian MS. Caps. Or. C. 26, fol. 447b. introduction well as the treatise of which it is the earliest copy. By allowing the reader a comparison between the facsimile reproduction and the modern edition of the Arabic text, including the labels on the maps and diagrams, we aim to convey more accurately the interaction between image and text in this manuscript.

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