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Index Islamicus, 1665-1905 a bibliography of articles on Islamic subjects in periodicals and other collective publications by Wolfgang Behn

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Published by Adıyok in Millersville, Pa. (415 Herr Ave., Millersville 17551) .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Islam -- Bibliography.,
  • Civilization, Islamic -- Bibliography.,
  • Middle East -- Bibliography.,
  • Africa, North -- Bibliography.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesIslamicus., Fihris al-maqālāt al-Islāmīyah fī al-dawrīyāt al-Urūbīyah munhdh 1655 ilá 1905.
Statementcompiled by W.H. Behn..
ContributionsUniversity of London. School of Oriental and African Studies. Library.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ7835.M6, BP161
The Physical Object
Paginationxxx, 869 p. :
Number of Pages869
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18783180M

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He translated several works from German, Dutch and Arabic and collected, compiled and published four bibliographies. He also launched the Islamic Book Review Index (published between ) and devoted his time to the Index Islamicus, () and its Supplement, ().   Index Islamicus, , ed. Wolfgang Behn. Millersville, Pa., 3 vols. (RFA ) Indexes articles in journals and collective volumes, published from (the date of the first appearance of modern scholarly periodicals) until , when Pearson's Index Islamicus Author: Andras Riedlmayer. Index Islamicus, a bibliography of articles on Islamic subjects in periodicals and other collective publications Print edition of the above index for earlier years (). Middle Eastern and Central Asian StudiesAuthor: Stephen Wiles.   He translated several works from German, Dutch and Arabic and collected, compiled and published four bibliographies. He also launched the Islamic Book Review Index (published between ) and devoted his time to the Index Islamicus, () and its Supplement, ().Author: Wolfgang Behn.

  Index of Islamic Literature. Quarterly. Leicester, Listings of articles in English only, issued as a supplement to Muslim World Book Review. Islamic Book Review Index. Annual. Berlin, Lists book reviews from nearly two hundred Western-language periodicals. Edited by Wolfgang Behn. Pearson, J. D., et al., eds. Index Islamicus, Indexing before Wolfgang Behn's Index Islamicus A Bibliography of Articles on Islamic Subjects in Periodicals and Other Collective Publications (Olin Reference Z M6 P35) "provides retrospective coverage back to that is not available through the online Index Islamicus. Behn lists o articles from journals Author: Ali Houissa. Now, at a single stroke, with the publication of Index Islamicus, —, by W. H. Behn this lacuna is filled. And we are given much else besides, for we now have at our disposal a catalogue of articles in periodicals and other collective publications dating back to the very beginnings of serious writing on the.   Indexing before Wolfgang Behn's Index Islamicus A Bibliography of Articles on Islamic Subjects in Periodicals and Other Collective Publications (Olin Reference Z M6 P35) "provides retrospective coverage back to that is not available through the online Index Islamicus. Behn lists o articles from journals.

  Index Islamicus, A Bibliography of Articles on Islamic Subjects in Periodicals and Other Collective Publications by W.[Wolfgang] H. Behn. Call Number: Hillman Reference Z M6B43 Publication Date: Author: Lois Kepes. Princeton University Library Arabic Book Preservation Project by Hedi BenAicha Vernacular Access to Titles in Hebrew Script at the OSU Libraries by Amnon Zipin Information on the Collecting of Middle Eastern Materials from an Analysis of the RLIN Database by John A. Eilts BOOK REVIEWS Index Islamicus. reviewed by Jonathan Rodgers compiler's achievement. Wolfgang Behn's Index Islamicus, represents a formidable advance in the bibliographical control of the earlier Western language literature on Islamic topics and is destined to become, like its predecessor and namesake, one of the standard works of reference for Islamic studies. Colin Wakefield Bodleian Library. He also kept up a stream of articles in the Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society and other journals on such varied topics as the legend of Ahl al-Kahf, Islamic numismatics, an inscription on the al-Aqṣā Mosque in Jerusalem, and Serapion’s description of Iraq and Baghdad (see the entries of these listed in Behn, Index Islamicus , p.