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  • 1
    UID:
    gbv_378057987
    Format: XXVII, 179 S. , Ill. , 25 cm
    ISBN: 9004137807
    Series Statement: Islam in Africa, 3
    Uniform Title: Sultanato di Zanzibar nel XIX secolo 〈engl.〉
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. [155]-170) and indexes
    Language: English
    Subjects: History , Ethnology , Theology
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    Keywords: Sansibar ; Geschichte 1799-1856 ; Handel ; Sultanat Sansibar ; Makran ; Oman ; Islam ; Geschichte 1799-1856
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  • 2
    UID:
    gbv_1841622338
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource (272 p.) , 29 B/W illustrations
    ISBN: 9781474486514
    Series Statement: Exploring Muslim Contexts
    Content: Explores the role of Islam in forming and transforming interconnectivity across the Indian Ocean World from a longue durée perspectiveHighlights the centrality of Muslim cultures in understanding interconnectivity across the Indian OceanExplores the role of Islam in forming and transforming global interactions and local agencies across the Indian OceanOffers intra-Muslim perceptions of beliefs, practices and activities, both religious and otherPresents 15 case studies across Ethiopia, Gujarat, Java, Kerala, the Malay-Indonesian archipelago, Maldives, Oman, Tanzania, Zanzibar and the Persianate cultural zoneThis book examines the role of Muslim communities in the emergence of connections and mobilities across the Indian Ocean World from a longue durée perspective. Spanning the 7th century through the medieval period until the present day, this book aims to move beyond the usual focus on geographical sub-regions to highlight different aspects of interconnectivity in relation to Islam. Analysing textual and material evidence, contributors examine identities and diasporas, manuscripts and literature, as well as vernacular and religious architecture. It aims to explore networks and circulations of peoples, ideas and ideologies, as well as art, culture, religion and heritage. It focuses on global interactions as well as local agencies in context
    Note: Frontmatter , Contents , Figures , Introduction , Part I Muslim Identities, Literature and Diasporas , Chapter 1 Developing the Harari Muşḥaf: The Indian Ocean Milieu of Ethiopian Scribes , Chapter 2 The Making of a Qurʾān Manuscript in Lamu Archipelago: The Indian Ocean Cross-cultural Influence , Chapter 3 Muslim Identities of the Indian Ocean: the Ibadi Al Bu Saʾid of Oman during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries , Chapter 4 Religion, Ethnicity and Identity in the Zanzibar Sultanate , Chapter 5 Transcending Boundaries: Sayyida Salme/Emily Ruete and Siti binti Saad , Chapter 6 Exploring the Geographies and Locales in Shaykh Jamali Dehlawi’s Siyar al-ʿārifīn (The Virtues of Gnostics) , Chapter 7 A Persian View of the Maritime Muslim Frontier in Southeast Asia: The Jāmiʿ al-barr waʾl-bar , Chapter 8 ‘Sword of the Two Sanctuaries’: Islam of and in the Modern Indian Ocean , Part II Monuments and Heritage in Muslim Contexts , Chapter 9 The Indian Ocean as a Maritime Cultural Landscape and Heritage Route , Chapter 10 Indian Ocean Heritage and Sustainable Conservation, from Zanzibar to Kilwa , Chapter 11 Early Swahili Mosques: The Role of Ibadi and Ismaili Communities, Ninth to Twelfth Centuries , Chapter 12 Traditional Bohra Dwellings of Gujarat, India: Architectural Response to Cultural Ethos , Chapter 13 Regionalism in Religious Architecture of India: A Comparative Study of Mosques in Gujarat and Kerala , Chapter 14 Architecture of Coral Stone Mosques of the Maldives , Chapter 15 The Development of Early Islamic Architecture and Decoration in the Malay-Indonesian Archipelago (Nusantara) , About the Contributors , Index , In English
    Additional Edition: ISBN 9781474486491
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als print ISBN 9781474486491
    Language: English
    URL: Cover  (lizenzpflichtig)
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  • 3
    UID:
    gbv_1806486687
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource
    ISBN: 9789047413295 , 9789004137806
    Series Statement: Islam in Africa 3
    Content: Winner of the Society for Arabian Studies Grant in 2003. This study examines a view ''from outside' of the three terminals: Makran, Muscat and Zanzibar which is a partial one in the history of the western Indian Ocean. Such themes are, however, essential when viewed against the background of Anglo-French rivalry in the Gulf and Indian Ocean during the first half of the nineteenth century, and are central to numerous debates. The methodological perspective, therefore, whilst concerned with oriental figures and events, is still largely based on sources in western languages precisely because it concentrates on the relations between Saʾ īd bin Sulṭān Āl Bū Saʾ īdī (r. 1806-1856), the Arab-Omani sovereign of Muscat and Zanzibar, and Europe, and on Baluch presence in Oman and in East Africa
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index , PART I -- Chapter One The Western Indian Ocean Idyll, -- 1.1 Makran: 'Terra Incognita', -- 1.2 British descriptions of 19th Century's Muscat, -- 1.3 Sub-Saharan East Africa's Terminus, -- 1.4 Tribes and Trade Interfaces -- Chapter Two The Maritime Routes to East Africa, 2.1 Indian Merchant Communities, -- 2.2 Why Zanzibar?, -- 2.3 Magic East African Practices, -- 2.4 Luxury Goods, -- 2.5 Europeans in Zanzibar -- Chapter Three Zanzibar and Swahili Coast: Land, Power Groups and Social Classes, -- 3.1 Swahili Origins, -- 3.2 Swahili Urban Landscape, -- 3.3 Landed Property and Social Stratification -- PART II -- Chapter Four The Anglo-French Rivalry: The Rise of Zanzibar (1799-1810), -- 4.1 Sul†an bin A˙mad Al Bu Sa"idi (1792-1804): TheFather of the First Sultan of Zanzibar, -- 4.2 Napoleon and the 'Intercepted Letters', -- 4.3 Sa"id bin Al Bu Sa"idi and the British Conquest of the Île de France/Mauritius (1810), -- 4.4 The Memoranda of J.S. Buckingham: A Portrait of Sa"id bin Sul†an Al Bu Sa"idi, -- 4.5 David Vatrin and Vincenzo Maurizi, Two ItalianSpies in the Indian Ocean? -- Chapter Five Slave Trade and British Abolition Policy, -- 5.1 Slaves, -- 5.2 Ivory and Spices, -- 5.3 The Swahili Coast and the Hinterland, -- 5.4 British View of Sa"id bin Sul†an Al Bu Sa"idi -- Chapter Six The Moresby Treaty (4/22 September 1822), -- 6.1 United States of America and Zanzibar, -- 6.2 Sa"id bin Sul†an Al Bu Sa"idi and Atkins Hamerton -- Conclusions -- Appendix-Coins in use -- Sources and Bibliography, -- 1. Archive Sources-Manuscripts, -- 2. Printed Sources, -- 3. Published Primary Sources, -- 4. Secondary Sources, Glossary -- Notes on the Index -- Index of Names -- Index of Places.
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Druck-Ausgabe Makran, Oman and Zanzibar : Three-Terminal Cultural Corridor in the Western Indian Ocean (1799-1856) Leiden : BRILL, 2004 ISBN 9789004137806
    Language: English
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  • 4
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    Milano : I.S.U., Univ. Cattolica
    UID:
    gbv_280237693
    Format: 206 S , Ill., Kt
    Series Statement: Pubblicazioni dell'ISU, Università Cattolica
    Note: Contains bibliography (pp. 177-206)
    Language: Italian
    Keywords: Sultanat Sansibar ; Geschichte 1799-1856
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  • 5
    UID:
    almafu_BV040469031
    Format: XXVII, 179 S. : , Ill., Kt.
    Edition: 1. Markus Wiener Publ. paperback ed.
    ISBN: 978-1-55876-544-3
    Uniform Title: Il Sultanato di Zanzibar nel XIX secolo
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and indexes
    Former: Früher u.d.T. Makran, Oman and Zanzibar
    Language: English
    Subjects: History
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    Keywords: Handel
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  • 6
    UID:
    almahu_BV019344100
    Format: XXVII, 179 S. : , Ill., Kt.
    ISBN: 90-04-13780-7
    Series Statement: Islam in Africa 3
    Uniform Title: Il Sultanato di Zanzibar nel XIX secolo
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and indexes
    Language: English
    Subjects: History , Theology
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    Keywords: Handel
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  • 7
    UID:
    almahu_9949702980202882
    Format: 1 online resource.
    ISBN: 9789047413295 , 9789004137806
    Series Statement: Islam in Africa ; 3
    Content: Winner of the Society for Arabian Studies Grant in 2003. This study examines a view ''from outside' of the three terminals: Makran, Muscat and Zanzibar which is a partial one in the history of the western Indian Ocean. Such themes are, however, essential when viewed against the background of Anglo-French rivalry in the Gulf and Indian Ocean during the first half of the nineteenth century, and are central to numerous debates. The methodological perspective, therefore, whilst concerned with oriental figures and events, is still largely based on sources in western languages precisely because it concentrates on the relations between Saʾ īd bin Sulṭān Āl Bū Saʾ īdī (r. 1806-1856), the Arab-Omani sovereign of Muscat and Zanzibar, and Europe, and on Baluch presence in Oman and in East Africa.
    Note: PART I -- Chapter One The Western Indian Ocean Idyll, -- 1.1 Makran: 'Terra Incognita', -- 1.2 British descriptions of 19th Century's Muscat, -- 1.3 Sub-Saharan East Africa's Terminus, -- 1.4 Tribes and Trade Interfaces -- Chapter Two The Maritime Routes to East Africa, 2.1 Indian Merchant Communities, -- 2.2 Why Zanzibar?, -- 2.3 Magic East African Practices, -- 2.4 Luxury Goods, -- 2.5 Europeans in Zanzibar -- Chapter Three Zanzibar and Swahili Coast: Land, Power Groups and Social Classes, -- 3.1 Swahili Origins, -- 3.2 Swahili Urban Landscape, -- 3.3 Landed Property and Social Stratification -- PART II -- Chapter Four The Anglo-French Rivalry: The Rise of Zanzibar (1799-1810), -- 4.1 Sul†an bin A˙mad Al Bu Sa"idi (1792-1804): TheFather of the First Sultan of Zanzibar, -- 4.2 Napoleon and the 'Intercepted Letters', -- 4.3 Sa"id bin Al Bu Sa"idi and the British Conquest of the Île de France/Mauritius (1810), -- 4.4 The Memoranda of J.S. Buckingham: A Portrait of Sa"id bin Sul†an Al Bu Sa"idi, -- 4.5 David Vatrin and Vincenzo Maurizi, Two ItalianSpies in the Indian Ocean? -- Chapter Five Slave Trade and British Abolition Policy, -- 5.1 Slaves, -- 5.2 Ivory and Spices, -- 5.3 The Swahili Coast and the Hinterland, -- 5.4 British View of Sa"id bin Sul†an Al Bu Sa"idi -- Chapter Six The Moresby Treaty (4/22 September 1822), -- 6.1 United States of America and Zanzibar, -- 6.2 Sa"id bin Sul†an Al Bu Sa"idi and Atkins Hamerton -- Conclusions -- Appendix-Coins in use -- Sources and Bibliography, -- 1. Archive Sources-Manuscripts, -- 2. Printed Sources, -- 3. Published Primary Sources, -- 4. Secondary Sources, Glossary -- Notes on the Index -- Index of Names -- Index of Places.
    Additional Edition: Print version: Makran, Oman and Zanzibar : Three-Terminal Cultural Corridor in the Western Indian Ocean (1799-1856). Leiden ; Boston : BRILL, 2004 ISBN 9789004137806
    Language: English
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