David Samuel Margoliouth (1920). Mohammedanism. London, Williams & Norgate, 274 Pages.
Keywords:Islam, History, Prophet, Muhammad
David Samuel Margoliouth (1858-1940), an English orientalist, was briefly active as a priest in the Church of England. He was Laudian Professor of Arabic at the University of Oxford from 1889 to 1937. “Mohammedanism” is a book written by David Samuel Margoliouth. The book included seven chapters as follows: “The Islamic World,” “Mohammed and The Koran,” “The Islamic State,” “Islamic Theory and Practice,” “Islamic Sects,” “Preachers, Saints, and Orders” and “Islamic Art, Literature, and Science Bibliography.”
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