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This index presents a list of terms and concepts relevant to the analysis of the relationship between the "communications revolution" brought by the advent of printing in the Middle East, and the contingent cultural factors which impeded or advanced it. The scholars of the Middle East beyond the circle of those who specialise in this rather arcane field have begun to take note of the phenomenon, and to include the fact of its existence in the calculi of their respective interpretations when they write about the social, artistic, economic, scientific, technical, cultural, and historical aspects of life in the mediaeval Islamic world.

Keywords: mediaeval Islamic world; Middle East; printing

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