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Edoardo Manarini

The third chapter deals with the dynamics of seignorial affirmation and strategies of power implemented locally by the descendant branches of the group in their respective areas of influence: the low Apennines and the plain around the city of Bologna, the area of Faenza in Romagna, the countryside around Florence and the Apennines between Tuscia and Emilia. Specific attention is devoted to kinship ties with the Canossa, demonstrated by a cluster of charters kept by the church of Pisa. The chapter proposes that despite the progressive affirmation and the development of each seigneurial rule in different patrimonial areas, the kinship network remained active, vital and connected until at least the beginning of the twelfth century.


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Ankur Betageri

Purānas which get written in accordance with the Vedas recreate the āstika ethos in a completely different social, temporal, and geographical context. Devānga Purāna dated to around 1532 CE and written after the social revolution in Kalyana in the twelfth century reaffirms the strength of the Vedic tradition by embracing the liberal and esoteric elements in Upanishadic thought. In this essay I look at the formation of Vedic ethos by focusing on a mythological narrative concerning the origin of yajñopavīta. I claim that the yajñopavīta was invented to intensify the will to non-knowledge.


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Winchester: the environs of the walled city of the mid-twelfth century in relation to the modern setting (1:10,000)


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Winchester: the walled city of the mid-twelfth century in relation to the modern setting (1:5,000)


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Abudula Abulimliti abdulkerim Abudula Abulimliti abdulkerim

Imam Abu Muhammad Abdullah bin Muhammad bin Yusuf bin Abdul Manan Al-Hilmi Al-Amassi is one of the most prominent scholars of the twelfth century in the Ottoman Empire, especially in the islamic science of readings and hadith As for his book (Najah Al-Qari, Sahih Al-Bukhari), it is a great, useful and comprehensive book, the author has emptied his can and exerted his effort until he showed it to the people, a comprehensive collector to views of predecessors, Riwayeten and dirayeten, including to successor sayings with all honesty and care. And that caption all sides jurisprudence of hadith. Might he was hope with that to be his that book a comprehensive reference for everyone who wants to delve into the hadith and its sciences. And this research aims to definition the author’s political, social life and scientific state in addition to studying the hadith in his time. As such that research encompass definition the book “Najah Al-Qari” to Sahih Al-Bukhari, and encompass rank of Al-Bukhari to the Ottoman sultans, and the definition the author’s curriculum in that.  It adopted the inductive approach to extrapolate the texts and collect them within the limits of the research topic. It also adopted the descriptive approach in analyzing and interpreting texts and drawing conclusions, adhering to the limits of the research in focusing on the approach of Imam Yusuf Effendi Zadeh in his book Najah Al Qari. Among the most prominent results that I reached is that Imam Yusuf Effendizadeh's approach in his book Analytical Method, as it is considered in his method of explanation as an explanation mixed with the text.


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