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A. S. Tritton

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The Caliphs And Their Non Muslim Subjects

										   

Arthur Stanley Tritton

Arthur Stanley Tritton, D. Litt., (February 25, 1881 — November 8, 1973) was a British historian and scholar of Islam. He was appointed Professor of Arabic at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London [1] in 1938, and also spent some time teaching at Aligarh University. [2] He published his work as A.S.Tritton.

Bibliography

  • The Rise of the Imams of Sanaa (1925)
  • The Caliphs and their non-Muslim Subjects: a Critical Study of the Covenant of Umar (1930)
  • Teach Yourself Arabic (1943)
  • Muslim Theology (1947)
  • Islam: Belief and Practices (1951)
  • Materials on Muslim education in the Middle Ages (1957) [3]

Notes

  1. ^ SOAS
  2. ^ AligarhA S Tritton
  3. ^ Copac


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