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Fine in Fine dust jacket. 15 x 22 cm.; pg. ix, 254; Asian Studies Association of Australia, Southeast Asia publications series. Preface, introduction, notes, bibliography, indexes, maps and charts. "Professor Azra's meticulous study, using sources from the Middle East itself, shows how scholars in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries were reconstructing the intellectual and socio-moral foundation of Muslim societies. " Contents: Networks of the Ulama in the seventeenth century Haramayn--Reformism in the networks--Seventeenth century Malay-Indonesian networks I: Nur al-Din al-Raniri--Seventeenth century Malay-Indonesian networks II: 'Abd al-Ra Uf al-Sinkili--Seventeenth century Malay-Indonesian networks III: Muh Ammad Yusuf al-Maqassari--Networks of the Ulama and Islamic renewal in the eighteenth century Malay-Indonesian world--Renewal in the network: the European challenge. ISBN: 0824828488; 0824828488.
Fine in Fine jacket. History of Islamic religion in Indonesia. A fine hardcover copy with bright gilt lettering to spine. Tight binding. Clean, unmarked pages. Fine jacket. NOT ex-library. Indexed with bibliography. 254pgs. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: history; ISBN: 0824828488. ISBN/EAN: 9780824828486. Inventory No: 017710.
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