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Upon comparing his own account While Ibn Battuta’s accounts across the globe seem more like a piece of history to me than anything else, I still found a basis on which to rate this book. Dari Najaf dia menuju ke Sungai Tigris dan ke Basra.
Sri Suhartati is currently reading it Oct 29, Muhammad Ikhwanuddin added it Sep 02, For a fuller discussion of the concept of World Literature you are invited to look into the extended discussion in the new book Spiritus Mundi, by Robert Sheppard, one of the principal themes of which is the emergence and evolution bulu World Literature: Dia kembali lagi ke Baghdad pada bulan Julai.
Indeed the country of origin of the Black Plague, China, also suffered massive depopulation and mass deaths of urban populations in the same era. His record of his journeys, the Rihla, is difficult to read and chaotically organised, leading historian Ross E. It comes with good maps and some black and white photographs of places that might still look a bit like what they did in Ibn Battuta’s time.
Rihla karangan Ibn Battuta adalh tinjauan lengkap tentang tokoh-tokoh, tempat, pemerintahan d Ibn Battuta telah disanjung sebagai batttuta terbesar. While never affected by the disease personally, he was indirectly affected, as before resolving to return to his home in Tangiers he first considered seeking the patronage of his old friend Abu Sa’id, the last Mongol ruler of the Ilkhanate over Persia and Iraq.
That latter book is the appropriate and recommended companion to Ibn Battuta’s rihla. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Namun beliau berjaya menggambarkan seluruh dunia pada abad ke Battuta was stranded in southern India for a time, then detoured to the Maldive Islands.
Dengan menggunakan jalan darat beliau ke Konya dan kemudian ke Sinope di pantai Laut Hitam. Most importantly, there is a lot that the modern, Western reader will find not just exotic but strange.
Battuta stayed bukk nine months, taking a member of the Muslim royal family as a new wife. The scholar helped Battuta to remember this incredible thirty year adventure, sometimes by refreshing his memory from other writings.
At the beginni On the one hand, Ibn Pengembaraaj journey throughout the medieval Muslim world was fascinating and the author does a nice job of capturing the flavor of the mosaic of ruling powers throughout the Near, Middle and Far East.
This is one of the ways ibn Battuta was lucky: Aug 14, Julie rated it it was amazing. Dari sana, mereka belayar ke Kozhikode Calicut dua abad kemudian, Vasco da Gama juga mendarat di tempat yang sama.
The Adventures of Ibn Battuta provides in vivid detail all the countries he had visited, including Egypt, Hijaz present day Saudi Arabia as well as his home country, the Maghrib present day Morocco.
Quotes from Rihlah Ibnu Bathu Buku ini dikutip dan disebutkan dalam ratusan karya tulis sejarah, bukan sahaja tentang hal yang ada hubungannya dengan negeri-negeri Islam, tetapi dengan China, dan empayar Byzantium.
Pengembaraan Ibn Battuta Musafir Islam
His life and career exemplify a remarkable fact of Afro-Eurasian history in the later Middle Period, that, as Marshall Hodgson buuku, Islam ‘came closer than an other medieval society to establishing a common world order of social and even cultural standards.
Lists with This Book. Seterusnya melintasi Gurun Arab ke Mekah.
Bahagian terakhir daripada empat jilid itu masih dalam persiapan. Ross Dunn here recounts the great traveler’s remarkable career, interpreting it within pengebmaraan cultural and social context of Islamic society and giving the reader both a biography of an extraordinary personality and a study of the hemispheric dimensions of human interchange in medieval times.
I would recommend this book to anyone, young and old. Lists with This Book. Beyond his fortuitous timing, ibn Battuta also survived two shipwrecks, several captures by brigands or pirates, and the Black Death.
Sejak itu beliau mengembara selama 24 tahun. Dunn makes quick mention about historiographical issues, like chronology and text-lifting from other contemporary writings plagiarism was viewed differently in the medieval Muslim literati, apparentlyand hides the denser details in the end-of-chapter footnotes A clear study of Ibn Battuta’s travelogue for the non-specialist. We can’t identify with the people who ibhu them because the language in no way resembles ours.
I don’t see what the hollywood scriptwriter saw in such a blah book. Ross Dunn’s book restores much of the excitement, and a coherent chronology, to ibn Battuta’s journey.
Pengembaraan Ibn Battutah Musafir Islam by Ross E. Dunn
No hero or whiz kid at all, I was enchanted by the description of an era of peace and prosperity whereby a young man full of education and not sure that he wants to ‘settle down’ yet — my, how nothing much changes under the sun!
It would have been interesting to see some analysis of the rihla as a literary genre or some other analytical material; he doesn’t engage too deeply on the question of what could have been faked here, one of the most interesting issues related to the work. Rihla karangan Ibn Battuta adalah sebuah tinjauan lengkap tentang tokoh-tokoh, tempat pemerintahan dan pelbagai keanehan dunia Muslim pada satu per empat kedua abad ke, yang ditulis dalam gaya sastera yang lazim pada zamannya.
A clear study of Ibn Battuta’s travelogue for the non-specialist. He boasts of how he humiliated a Jewish doctor before the court of a minor Turkish potentate, calling the man a ‘god-damned son of a god-damned father’, of trying without success to force the women of the Maldives to cover up their bosoms, and observes disapprovingly that when he ordered the hand of a thief in that country to be cut off, ‘many of those present fainted.
Dunn uses direct quotations from and simple summaries of the Rihla, but he also works in information from other sources to produce an account that is comprehensible and satisfying to a modern reader. Beliau merupakan cendekiawan dan ulama Mazhab Malikidan kadang-kalanya berkhidmat sebagai Qadi atau hakim. There is some sloppy copyediting that can be jarring. Jul 25, Jrobertus rated it really liked it. Paperbackpages.
Akhirnya, dia kembali melintasi pergunungan dan tiba di Baghdad pada bulan Jun As a specialist in Islamic jurisprudence, Ibn Battutah’s abilities were everywhere in demand, and he was often given positions of high authority as Marco also was, in China. Ruang nama Rencana Perbincangan. I haven’t read the excerpts of his memoir available in modern English translation, b Abu Abdallah ibn Battuta seems to have been a very lucky man. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
I think it is difficult to understand this book if you aren’t Muslim.