From Al-Andalus to Khurasan

From Al-Andalus to Khurasan

The study of medieval Islamic history has been hindered by the lack of available evidence. This is because of its inaccessibility to all but the most specialised scholars in the field. Containing papers given at the "Documents and the History of the Early Islamic Mediterranean World" conference, this title looks at the redressing of this problem

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