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Title: Islamic manuscripts in Polish, Czech and Slovakian public libraries, archives and private collections
Authors: Ataullah Bogdan, Kopanski, Prof. Dr.
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abkop48@yahoo.co.uk
Keywords: World Congress of Muslim Librarians & Information Scientists (wCOMLIS);Islamic manuscripts;Islamic literature;Islamic civilization
Issue Date: 25-Nov-2008
Publisher: Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM)
Citation: p.2-20
Series/Report no.: Proceedings of the World Congress of Muslim Librarians & Information Scientists
Abstract: There are hundreds rare manuscripts written in Arabic, Turkic, Farsi, Polish, Russian and Belorussian languages preserved in 21 public and private collections located in Poland. The largest collections of these mostly Muslim manuscripts are in the Wroclaw University Library ( the former German Breslau University in Lower Silesia), in the National Museum ( Czartoryski Department) at Cracow and in the National Library at Warsaw. Many Polish public and academic institutions purchased those rare documents of Islamic literature from mostly private booksellers, collectors and relatives of authors in both the East and the West. The fine tradition of gathering of Islamic art and books in Poland had been initiated by the Orientophiles of the 18th and the 19th century CE. The desire to know more about Islamic civilization was inspired by such Romantic explorers of “Orient” as famous Polish aristocrats as Czartoryski, Zamoyski, Dzialynski, Radziwill, Potocki, or Rzewuski. Definitely, the most ‘exotic’ manuscripts from the Polish collections are works (kitaby, hamaily, tafsiry ) written by Polish or Lithunian Muslims of Tatar origin. Author of this paper surveys also catalogues and collections of these Islamic manuscripts from the Czech and Slovakian archives. His paper is illustrated by copies of several Islamic MSS from author’s digitalized private files.
Description: Organized by Islamic Science University of Malaysia (USIM) & Islamic International University of Malaysia (UIAM) in collaboration with Librarians Association of Malaysia (PPM) & Malaysia's Islamic Library Collection (KPIM), 25th - 27th November 2008 at Putra World Trade Center (PWTC), Kuala Lumpur. Link to publisher's homepage at http://www.usim.edu.my/
URI: http://ddms.usim.edu.my/bitstream/handle/123456789/1922/Islamic%20Manuscripts%20in%20Polish%2c%20Czech%20and%20Slovakian%20Public%20Li.pdf?sequence=1
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