Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdullah Alkhrashi, 1st Imam d’Al-Azhar - explication on Khalil Kharshe - 1800

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Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdullah Alkhrashi, 1st Imam d’Al-Azhar - explication on Khalil Kharshe - 1800
Filosofie, Religie - Aantal: 1 - Anders - zie de beschrijving - Manuscript

Old manuscript of Grand Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdullah Alkhrashi
Al-Khurshi has become famous. The Sheikh was widely aware of the diversity of culture, in particular the interpretation of the Quran and the jurisprudence of the doctrine of Imam Malik bin Anas. He therefore left an extensive Arabic and Islamic library
This part of this manuscript contains 48 pages made up of 26 lines of natural black and red ink and middle eastern writing on very thick linen paper, significant explanations in the margins
Size: 29 x 19. Garnet morocco binding, made by its former owner.
The position of Grand Imam of Al-Azhar was introduced in the 17th century, during the Ottoman reign in Egypt. An Al-Azhar historian, Al-Jabarti, places the death of Sheikh Muhammad Al-Kharashî in 1690 and identifies him as the first Grand Imam of Al-Azhar. It was indeed from that time onwards that the Al-Azhar Mosque-University established a hierarchical organization to manage its growing activities. The organization of Al-Azhar had, until then, been left to the sultans and princes, but the increase in the number of students motivated this development.

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Kavelgegevens
Object
Manuscript
Aantal boeken
1
Onderwerp
Filosofie, Religie
Auteur/ Illustrator
Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdullah Alkhrashi, 1st Imam d’Al-Azhar
Boektitel
explication on Khalil Kharshe
Staat
Goed
Publicatiejaar oudste item
1800
Druk
Eerste druk
Taal
Arabisch
Oorspronkelijke taal
Ja
Uitgever
( Egypte ) Grand Imâm d’Al-Azhar
Band
Leder
Extra's
Anders - zie de beschrijving
Aantal pagina‘s.
48
Afmetingen
24×19 cm
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