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Title: Kashf lissudūl an tārīkh Assomāl wa mamālikihim assaba'ah
Authors: Ahmed Abdalla Rerash
Discipline: Xoghayaha Xarunta Cilmibaarista Soomaaliyeed::Arkiyooloji iyo taariikh::xilliga gumaysiga ka hor
Xoghayaha Xarunta Cilmibaarista Soomaaliyeed::Diin
Soggettario Centro Studi Somalo::ARCHEOLOGIA E STORIA::Pre-coloniale
Soggettario Centro Studi Somalo::RELIGIONE
Center for Somali Studies List of Subjects::Archaeology and history::pre-colonial
Center for Somali Studies List of Subjects::Religion
Keywords: taariikh
Geeska Afrika
Boqortooyada Xabashada
todobbada boqortooyo ee muslimiinta
taariikhda soomaaliyeed
Corno d'Africa
empire d'Abissinia
sette staterelli musulmani
storia somala
Horn of Africa
kingdom of Abyssinia
seven Muslim countries
Somali history
Issue Date: 13-Aug-1971
Type: Book
Call Number: Originale conservato presso il Centro studi Somali :
Pages: 253
Abstract: Buugani, oo ah buugaagta dhifka ah oo ku saabsan taariikhda soomaaliyeed oo ku qoran Af-carbeedka, wuxuu ka hadlayaa: sida Islaamku uu ugu faafay Geeska Afrika, taariikhda todobada boqortooyo ee Islaamka iyo Boqortooyada Xabashada, iyo qayb wayn oo ka mid ah taariikhda soomaaliyeed.
Il volume, uno dei pochi testi scritti in lingua araba sulla storia somala, tratta di storia somala, e in particolare della diffusione dell'Islam nel Corno d'Africa, della storia dei sette staterelli musulmani e dell'impero di Abissinia.
The book, one of the few texts written in Arabic on the history of Somalia, deals with Somali history, mainly focussing on the spread of Islam in the Horn of Africa, the story of the seven Muslim countries and the empire of Abyssinia.
Location: Mogadiscio
Language: other
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