Mishcàt-ul-maʹsʹabìʹh; or, A collection of the most authentic traditions regarding the actions and sayings of Muʹhammed,
exhibiting the origin of the manners and customs, the civil, religious and military policy of the Muslemàns;
tr. from the original Arabic by A.N. Matthews.
|Main Author:||Khaṭīb al-Tibrīzī, Muḥammad ibn ʻAbd Allāh, active 1337.|
|Related Names:||Matthews, Arnold N.|
Calcutta, Printed by T. Hubbard, 1809-10.
Muḥammad, / Prophet, /
Muḥammad, / Prophet, / -632 /
Muslims > Muslims / Social life and customs.
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