This handwritten treatise on the history of the state and news of its kings, a family of ascetics inspired by Husseini and belonging to the imam al-Qasim Ibn Muhammad, known as the Smart Soul, founded a ruling family who ruled Far Maghreb. Their ancestors emigrated from Hijaz to the Wadi Draa valley in the south of Morocco and began spreading their message through Sufi methods. They fought Moroccan and Ottoman rulers, then led the resistance movement against the Portuguese invaders.
The “Nozha the atheist with news of the first century kings” by Mohammed al-Saghir bin Haj Muhammad bin Abdullah al-Afrani, died in 1151 AH / 1738, is one of the most important historical sources on the history of the leading families of the Islamic State. This book first published in a tablet edition in the city of Fez, then published with a French translation by the French Orientalist, Hodas (1840-1916), professor at the 'École des langues orientales in Paris, and published in the French capital in 1888.
Arabic typographic manuscript with 448 pages on strong period paper - 25 lines per page, leather binding with golden period medallions, black “Naskhtaliq” script and comments in the margins like another book 23 x 18 cm - Arabic typographic manuscript with 418 historical solutions, rare and impossible to find manuscript.
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- Number of Books
- History, Politics, Sociology
- Author/ Illustrator
- Mohammed al-Saghir bin Abdallah al-Afrani
- Book Title
- The first walk of the kings of the first century
- Publication year oldest item
- Karaouine Fez
- Original language
- Ancienne histoire des familles royale du Maroc
- Binding/ Material
- other extra - see description
- Number of pages
- 24×19 cm