Biblioteca de al-Andalus

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Biblioteca de al-Andalus is a standard encyclopaedia of the academic discipline of Al-Andalus studies. It embraces articles on various aspects of cultural life in Muslim Spain, through the biographies of around 1700 Andalusian authors and a detailed study of over 10000 texts, focused on different fields of knowledge (literature, Islamic Law, the Quran, linguistics, history, philosophy, medicine, astronomy, etc.).[1] It is the first reference work published by the Fundación Ibn Tufayl de Estudios Árabes within the Al-Andalus Culture Encyclopaedia project.


  1. ^ "Biblioteca de al-Andalus". Fundación Ibn Tufayl de Estudios Árabes. Retrieved 08-06-2010.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help).

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