Stanley Lane-Poole

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Jijel in 1664 by Stanley Lane-Poole

Stanley Edward Lane-Poole (18 December 1854 - 29 December 1931) was a British orientalist and archaeologist. His uncle was Edward William Lane.

Biography[edit]

Born in London, England, from 1874 to 1892 he worked in the British Museum, and after that in Egypt researching on Egyptian archaeology. From 1897 to 1904 he had a chair as Professor of Arabic studies at Dublin University.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Completed the First Book of the Arabic-English Lexicon, left unfinished by his uncle, E. W. Lane.
  • The Life of Edward William Lane (1877)
  • The People of Turky (1878)
  • Lane's Selection From the Kuran (1879)
  • Egypt (1881)
  • Le Kuran, sa poesie et ses Lois (1882)
  • Studies in a Mosque (Cairo, February 1883)
  • Picturesque Palestine, Sinai and Egypt, D. Appleton: New York (1883)
  • Social Life in Egypt: A Description of the Country & Its People (1884)
  • The Life of the late General F.R. Chesney (editor) (1885)
  • The Story of the Moors in Spain (1886)
  • Turkey (1888)
  • The Barbary Corsairs (1890)
  • Sir Richard Church (1890)[1]
  • The Speeches and Table-Talk of the Prophet Mohammad (1893)
  • The Mohammedan Dynasties: Chronological and Genealogical Tables with Historical Introductions (1894)
  • Saladin: All-Powerful Sultan and the Uniter of Islam (1898)
  • Babar, Rulers of India series (1899)
  • History of Egypt in the Middle Ages (1901)
  • Medieval India under Mohammedan Rule, AD 712-1764 (1903)
  • Saladin and the Fall of the Kingdom of Jerusalem (1903)
  • The Story of Cairo (1906)
  • Lane-Poole, Stanley (1907). History of India: From Mohammedan Conquest to the Reign of Akbar the Great (Vol. 3). London, Grolier society. 
  • Life of Sir Harry Parkes with F.V. Dickins (1894)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Stanley Lane-Poole (1890). "Sir Richard Church". The English Historical Review, Volume V. Longmans, Green and Co., London. pp. 7–30 (Jan), 298–305 (April), 497–522 (July). Retrieved 2010-12-19. 

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