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La naissance de l’hagiographie marocaine : le milieu soufi de Fès et le Mustafād d’al-Tamīmī (m. 603/1206)

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RésuméL’édition du manuscrit du Mustafād fī manāqib al-ʿubbād bi-madīnat Fās wa-mā yalīhā min al-bilād (Le renseignement bénéfique au sujet des faits vertueux et prodigieux des dévots de la ville de Fès et de ses environs) de Muḥammad ʿAbd al-Karīm al-Tamīmī (m. 603/1206), ouvrage que l’on croyait perdu, permet de jeter une nouvelle lumière sur les origines de l’hagiographie marocaine, notamment sur les sources dont elle s’est inspirée et sur les circonstances de son émergence. Rédigé peu avant le célèbre Tašawwuf ilā riǧāl al-taṣawwuf, le Mustafād constitue en effet le premier ouvrage hagiographique du Maroc et ce document significatif est encore assez mal connu dans la recherche occidentale sur l’histoire religieuse du Maghreb.

Affiliations: 1: University of Tübingen

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2014-04-23
2016-12-05

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