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VOM SINN DER ZEIT AUS DER GESCHICHTE DES ARABISCHEN CHRONOGRAMMS

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Le sens du temps. Pages d'histoire du chronogramme arabe». Après des antécédents encore mal connus au VIIe/XIIIe siècle et au VIIIe/XIVe siècle, les chronogrammes «réguliers» sont bien attestés en arabe au IXe/XVe siècle; mais leur véritable carrière commença au Xe/XVIe siècle. Par la suite, les poètes, compositeurs de ce genre, s'imposèrent sont ici étudiés non seulement la structure et les occasions de ces poèmes, mais aussi leur évolution et la fascination que ce type d'écriture exerça.

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2003-12-01
2016-12-08

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