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  • Appleyard D. L. (Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 1972-02-01)
    The Amharic verb expresses various aspects of action by a system of derived stems. The basic stem is modified either internally (by various infixes) or externally (by the addition of one of a number of prefixes). To these ...
  • Henning W. B. (Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 1962-06-01)
    Professor O. Maenchen kindly draws my attention to a paper by B. Staviskiy (Soobščeni'a Gostidarstvennogo Ermitaža, xx, 1961, 54–6) on a hitherto unpublished Kushan-type seal with a cursive inscription in Bactrian. It ...
  • Kister M. J. (Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 1970-06-01)
    The manuscript Qarawīyūn 727 in Fez contains on folios 37b–38a a tradition reported by Yūnus b. Bukayr on the authority of Ibn Isḥāq. The tradition tells of a meeting between the Prophet and Zayd b. ‘Amr b. Nufayl, one of ...
  • Elfenbein Josef (Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 1961-02-01)
    The following story occurs on folios 26r. to 33r. of a MS in the British Museum, catalogued ‘Codex Additional 24048’ in the handwritten List of Oriental MSS, Vol. iii (1854–66). There is another copy in the Staatsbibliothek, ...
  • Harries Jeanette (Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 1970-06-01)
    The following chant, one of a series recorded in central Morocco in the summer of 1967, exemplifies a type of oral tradition found among the Imazighen, the Berbers of that region. It is a socio-religious poem, called a ...
  • Barnett L. D. (Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 1924-06-01)
    Ecce iterum Crispinus! The readers of this Bulletin are doubtless as weary of the dis crambe repetita of the Bhāsa-controversy as I am, and I must crave their indulgence for returning to it in reply to Professor Keith's ...
  • Kister M. J.; Hiskett M. (Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 1962-02-01)
    The chapter about innovations in mosques in al-TurtŪshī's Kitāb al-hawādith wa-'l-bida‘ contains a remarkable tradition about the building of the mosque of the Prophet in Medina which deserves special attention. This ...
  • Conrad Lawrence I. (Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 1987-06-01)
    In has long been known that the chronological scheme commonly transmitted by the early Arabic sources for events of the latter half of the sixth century A.D. poses a number of major problems. These are sufficiently important ...
  • Vogel J. Ph. (Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 1922-06-01)
    The subject to which I venture to invite your attention is not altogether new to the members of the Royal Asiatic Society. Three years ago, at a meeting of the Society on 14th March, 1916, with Sir Charles Lyall in the ...
  • Fehérvári Géza (Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 1976-02-01)
    During the first season of excavations in 1971 at the Islamic site of Ghubayrā, in Kirmān province, a complete and richly decorated bronze bowl came to light. It was found on the Citadel Central Mound in a room designated ...
  • Lorimer D. L. R. (Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 1927-02-01)
    Burushaski, the language of Hunza and Nagir, has not up to the present received any undue measure of attention. The list of authorities in the Linguistic Survey of India is a short one containing only nine items. Of these ...
  • Kohlberg Etan (Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 1978-06-01)
    Of the various appellations by which ‘Alī b. Abī Ṭālib is known, none has evoked more interest and controversy than that of ‘Abū (al-)Turāb’. This by-name is attested in early sources, both Muslim and non-Muslim; an example ...
  • Rippin A. (Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 1990-06-01)
    In my review of John Burton's edition of the work on abrogation (naskh) in the Qur'ān and the sunna by Abu ‘Ubaid (d. 224/839) in BSOAS, LII, 2, 1989, 346–7, I mentioned the existence of a fragment of this text found in ...
  • Bawden C. R. (Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 1969-02-01)
    In general outline the pattern of government in Outer Mongolia during the Manchu dyasty in not unfamiliar and it is a well-known fact that there was no judiciary as such, the administration of justice being only one of the ...
  • Andrzejewski B. W. (Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 1956-02-01)
    Lilias E. Aemsteong in her article ‘The phonetic structure of Somali’ has shown that there is a correlation in this dialect of Somali between tone patterns and grammatical gender in certain types of Nouns. Moreover, at ...
  • Krenkow F. (Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 1928-02-01)
  • Yoshitake S. (Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 1928-02-01)
    The Buddhist Birth-Stories have spread widely among the Mongols chiefly in two collections: the liger-n Dalai (The Ocean of Parables) and the Altan Gerel (Golden Gleam). The former, according to Professor Berthold Laufer, ...
  • Giles Lionel (Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 1932-02-01)
    The Stein Collection of MSS. from Tun–huang at the British Museum, so rich in other respects, includes very few documents of a purely topographical nature. The two most interesting texts belonging to this class are the Tun ...
  • Неизвестный автор (Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 1940-02-01)
    This list of words and phrases is part of the same volume which contains the Chinese-Malay vocabulary published in Vol. VI, Part 3, of the Bulletin, and is arranged on a similar plan. It has, however, offered greater ...
  • Edwards E. D.; Blagden C. O. (Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK, 1931-10-01)
    The list of words and phrases contained in this article is one of ten manuscript vocabularies bound up in a volume lettered Kŏ Kwŏ Yï Yü which forms part of the collection of Chinese books made by the well-known missionary, ...