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Shikhsayidov A. R., Khalidov A. B. Manuscripts of al-Ghazālīs Works in Daghestan // Manuscripta Orientalia. Vol. 3, No 2, June 1997. P. 18-30.


Daghestan, once a northern province of the Arab chaliphate, maintained, despite its later decline, commercial and cultural relations with Muslim countries of the Near and Middle East for many centuries. As a result, it became a place, where works of Arabic literature were widely spread. Oriental manuscripts, documents and epigraphical materials, which survived in this region, are hardly known to specialists even in the Russian Federation and the former USSR. Comprehensive and systematic exploration of the Daghestan Republic in this respect was carried out more or less regularly during last 25—30 years. The main centre there in which Oriental manuscripts and other written documents are gathered and studied, is the Institute of History, Language and Literature (the Daghestan Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences) in Makhachkala. Its numerous yearly expeditions to aouls (villages), district centres, and towns bring new materials and interesting finds. However, their publications are rare, being limited to several articles and one catalogue of selected manuscripts, so much is to be done in the field...

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Arabic manuscripts
Dagestan
al-Ghazālī
Manuscripta Orientalia, selected papers

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