Kitab al-Rawd al-Mitar

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Kitab al-Rawd al-Mitar, The Book of the Fragrant Garden, is a fifteenth-century Arabic geography by Muhammad bin Abd al-Munim al-Himyari that is a primary source for the history of Muslim Spain in the Middle Ages, though it is based in part on the earlier account by Muhammad al-Idrisi. It was edited and translated into French by E. Levi-Provençal in 1938[1] and into Spanish by Maria Pilar Maestro González in 1963.[2]

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  1. ^ Levi Provençal and al-Munim al-Himyari, La Peninsule iberique au Moyen age d'après le Kitab al-Rawd al-mitar d'Ibn Abd al-Mun'im al-Himayari (Leiden, E. J. Brill) 1938
  2. ^ Maestro González, Kitab ar-Rawd al-Mitar (Valencia) 1963.