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Skip to content Skip to search. Cilardo, Agostino. Published London ; New York I. Author Cilardo, Agostino. Institute of Ismaili Studies.
Islamic law -- History.
Inheritance and succession Islamic law Ismailites. Contents Machine generated contents note: 1. The life and works of al-Qadi Abu Hanifa al-Nu'man 2.
May 15, Agostino Cilardo: The Early History of Ismaili Jurisprudence. Law under the Fatimids. (Ismaili Texts and Translations Series, ) xi, pp.
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