Al-Aḥādīth al-Ḥisān fī Faḍl al-Ṭaylasān

Citation:

Arazi A ed. Al-Aḥādīth al-Ḥisān fī Faḍl al-Ṭaylasān. (Arazi A). Jerusalem: The Max Schloessinger Memorial Foundation; 1983 pp. 34 + 126 + 31 pp.
Al-Aḥādīth al-Ḥisān fī Faḍl al-Ṭaylasān

Abstract:

Al-aḥādīth al-ḥisān fī faḍl al-ṭaylasān ("The beautiful traditions about the merits of the ṭaylasān") is a book concerned with Muslim attire. The author draws his material from the prophetic traditions, from the books of law, from Qurʾānic exegesis and from books of history. However, the book has significance for other fields as well. It reflects the various trends of thought in the Mamlūk period and the struggle between the various schools of law. These struggles seem to have revolved around questions related to the administration of the religious endowments (waqf).

The present edition of the Arabic text is based on four manuscripts. The editor has provided an introduction (in French) in which he discusses the contents and the significance of the Aḥādīth.

 

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