Israel Oriental Studies, Tel Aviv University, I, 1971

Israel Oriental Studies, Tel Aviv University, I, 1971 332 revue fera profiter nos études arabes des recherches prometteuses qui modifieront un paysage culturel d6suet. M. ARKOUN BULLETIN CRITIQUE Israel Oriental Studies, Tel Aviv University, I, 1971. Ce premier volume d'une publication qui promet d'être d'un intérêt consid6rable n'est pr6c6d6 d'aucune introduction, mais une note nous apprend que le comité de rédaction, pr6sid6 par M. J. Kister, comprend G. Goldenberg, S. Pines, S. Shaked. Sur les 18 articles ainsi r6unis, rares sont ceux qui n'int6ressent pas directement ou indirectement les arabisants ; en voici le relev6: - J. Blau, Marginalia semitica I (s6mitique comparé) (1-35); - G. Goldenberg, Tautological infinitive (36-85). - A. F. Rainey, Verbal forms with infixed -t- in the west-semitic El-'Amarna Letters (86-102). - E. Y. Kutscher, The Hermopolis Papyri (103-19); - J. Naveh, The palaeography of the Hermopolis Papyri (120-2). - M. E. Stone, Apocryphal notes and readings (123-131). - I. Gruenwald, A preliminary critical edition of Sefer Ye7ira (132-177). - S. Shaked, Judaeo-Persian notes (178-82). - D. Z. H. Baneth, What did Muhammad mean when he called his religion (i Isldm a ? The original meaning of aslama and its derivatives (183-90). - M. J. Kister, «Rajab is the month of God ... - S. Pines, A note on an early meaning of the term mut.akallim (224-40). - M. Schwarz, Gan we rely ore later authorities for the views of earlier thinkers ? (241-8). - H. Lazarus-Yafeh, Some notes on the term taqlid in the writings of Al-Ohazzdli (249-56). - Y. Friedmann, Some notes on the Luzümiyyät of Al-Ma'arri (257-62). - E. Sivan, The beginnings of the Faqä'i! al-Quds literature (263-71). - E. Ashtor, Étude sur quelques chroniques mamloukes (272-97). - D. Ayalon, On one of the works of Jean Sauvaget (298-302). - A. Shiloah, Les sept trait?s de musique dans le manuserit 1705 de Manisa (303-15). CH. PELLAT BULLETIN CRITIQUE The American Numismatic Society, Museum Notes 18, New-York, 1972. Le pr6sent num6ro contient plusieurs articles particulièrement int6ressants pour notre discipline: Henri Amin Awad, Seventh Century Arab imitations of Alexandrian Dodecanummia : monnaies qui comblent une lacune dans l'histoire de la frappe mon6taire en Egypte entre la conquête arabe et la r6forme de 'Abd al-Malik. George C. Miles, Coinage of the Ziyarid dynasty of Tabaristan and Crurgan: publie trois pi6ces in6dites complétant le peu que l'on avait des premiers Ziyarides, et donne la liste de toutes les monnaies connues de la dynastie. - Le m6me, Another Kakwayhid Note. Michael L. Bates, Note on some Ismaili coins from Yemen: important article illustrant http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Arabica Brill

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332 revue fera profiter nos études arabes des recherches prometteuses qui modifieront un paysage culturel d6suet. M. ARKOUN BULLETIN CRITIQUE Israel Oriental Studies, Tel Aviv University, I, 1971. Ce premier volume d'une publication qui promet d'être d'un intérêt consid6rable n'est pr6c6d6 d'aucune introduction, mais une note nous apprend que le comité de rédaction, pr6sid6 par M. J. Kister, comprend G. Goldenberg, S. Pines, S. Shaked. Sur les 18 articles ainsi r6unis, rares sont ceux qui n'int6ressent pas directement ou indirectement les arabisants ; en voici le relev6: - J. Blau, Marginalia semitica I (s6mitique comparé) (1-35); - G. Goldenberg, Tautological infinitive (36-85). - A. F. Rainey, Verbal forms with infixed -t- in the west-semitic El-'Amarna Letters (86-102). - E. Y. Kutscher, The Hermopolis Papyri (103-19); - J. Naveh, The palaeography of the Hermopolis Papyri (120-2). - M. E. Stone, Apocryphal notes and readings (123-131). - I. Gruenwald, A preliminary critical edition of Sefer Ye7ira (132-177). - S. Shaked, Judaeo-Persian notes (178-82). - D. Z. H. Baneth, What did Muhammad mean when he called his religion (i Isldm a ? The original meaning of aslama and its derivatives (183-90). - M. J. Kister, «Rajab is the month of God ... - S. Pines, A note on an early meaning of the term mut.akallim (224-40). - M. Schwarz, Gan we rely ore later authorities for the views of earlier thinkers ? (241-8). - H. Lazarus-Yafeh, Some notes on the term taqlid in the writings of Al-Ohazzdli (249-56). - Y. Friedmann, Some notes on the Luzümiyyät of Al-Ma'arri (257-62). - E. Sivan, The beginnings of the Faqä'i! al-Quds literature (263-71). - E. Ashtor, Étude sur quelques chroniques mamloukes (272-97). - D. Ayalon, On one of the works of Jean Sauvaget (298-302). - A. Shiloah, Les sept trait?s de musique dans le manuserit 1705 de Manisa (303-15). CH. PELLAT BULLETIN CRITIQUE The American Numismatic Society, Museum Notes 18, New-York, 1972. Le pr6sent num6ro contient plusieurs articles particulièrement int6ressants pour notre discipline: Henri Amin Awad, Seventh Century Arab imitations of Alexandrian Dodecanummia : monnaies qui comblent une lacune dans l'histoire de la frappe mon6taire en Egypte entre la conquête arabe et la r6forme de 'Abd al-Malik. George C. Miles, Coinage of the Ziyarid dynasty of Tabaristan and Crurgan: publie trois pi6ces in6dites complétant le peu que l'on avait des premiers Ziyarides, et donne la liste de toutes les monnaies connues de la dynastie. - Le m6me, Another Kakwayhid Note. Michael L. Bates, Note on some Ismaili coins from Yemen: important article illustrant

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