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Persian Historiography, to the end of the twelfth century.

(Islamic Survey Series)

著者名:
Meisami, Julie Scott
出版元:
Edinburgh U.P.
頁数:
xii,319p maps 古書
刊行年:
1999
ISBN:
9780748612765

Historiography -- Philology -- Iran -- Sāmāniyān -- Ghaznaviyān -- Saljūqiyān

Why write history in Persian?" Persian historical writing has received little attention as compared with Arabic, especially as seen in the early (pre-Mongol) period. Within the larger context of the development of Islamic historiography from the tenth through the twelfth centuries, the case of Persian historical writing demands special attention. Discussions tend to concentrate on its sources in pre-Islamic Persian and in Arabic works, while the reasons for its emergence, its connections with Iranian and Arabic models, its political and cultural functions, and its reception, have been virtually ignored. This study answers these questions and addresses issues relating to the motivation for writing the works in question; its purpose; the role of the author, patrons and audiences; the choice of language and the reasons for that choice; the place of historical writing in the broader debate over the suitability of Persian for scholarly writing.


Introduction ----
1. Persian Historiography in the Samanid Period ---
2. Historiography in the Ghaznavid Period ---
3. The Historiography of the Saljuq Period ----
Conclusion ----
Appendix: The Major Iranian Dynasties, 204-590/819-1194

No.
5466
価格:
1,760円


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