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Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. search Search the Wayback Machine. Featured texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection History of The Arabs - Philip K. Hitti Item Preview. The Arabs: A History, by Eugene Rogan is a scholarly, detailed and oustanding (but eminently readable) review of Arab history from the time of the founding of the Caliphate and the Ottoman Empire in the early s. The detail is never tedious and Rogan's prose moves very rapidly. The endnotes are appropriate/5(). • Arabs: A 3,Year History of Peoples, Tribes and Empires by Tim Mackintosh-Smith is published by Yale University Press (£25). To order a copy go to . The history of the Arabs in antiquity from their earliest appearance around BC until the first century of Islam, is described in this book. It traces the mention of people called Arabs in all relevant ancient sources and suggests a new interpretation of their history.
honestly, a quite cool and informative shit, a compulsory read for well-read Muslims and Middle Easterners who want to know their history (I'm not the latter though so yea well haha). in this book, Hitti elaborately described (as its title implies) the history of the Arabs since the pre-Islamic kingdoms and tribal eras until 20th century, as /5. The Arabs: A History by Eugene Rogan I bought this book after attending a talk by the author at the Oxford Literary Festival. It is a history of what started off as the Ottoman Empire from , told as much as possible from the Arabs' point of view - given that it is written by an occidental intellectual/5(). A brilliant book; concise and informative. Bernard Lewis accurately describes the evolution of the Arabs in history. What makes this book so special is the way the author conveys the mindset of people living at a particular time. He gives us an insight into the mind of the medieval Muslim and the medieval Christian/5. This classic history of the Arab peoples is a work of great thoroughness and insight which contains much to satisfy general readers as well as scholars. Here is the story of the rise of Islam in the Middle Ages, its conquests, its empire, its time of greatness and of decay, unrolling one of the richest and most instructive panoramas in this reissue of the tenth edition, Walid Reviews: 1.
The Arabs: A History. by Eugene Rogan pp, Allen Lane, £ Early on in his book Eugene Rogan, who teaches the modern history of the Middle East, . The Text was "History of the Arabs by Phillip K. Hitti Eighth Edition". It was a wonderful experience and I recommend the book to any and all. Listing some sections; The Book begins with The Rise of Islam and the Caliphal State"ARABIA THE CRADLE OF THE SEMITIC" and follows through with THE ARABS IN EUROPE: ending with THE LAST Of THE MEDIEVAL /5(19). ix. PREFACE. A Literary History of the Arabs, published by T. Fisher Unwin in and twice re-issued without alteration, now appears under new auspices, and I wish to thank the Syndics of the Cambridge University Press for the opportunity they have given me of making it in some respects more accurate and useful than it has hitherto the present edition is printed from the original. Arabs, A 3,Year History review: Too narrow in its focus. Tim Mackintosh-Smith abandons any claim to balance in this paradoxical study. This is a sad book. Tim Mackintosh-Smith is a.