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A Note on the Aḫī-Qādiriyya Order

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This article compares the contents of a 17th century futuwwa statute of Bosnian tanners with those of a similar document found in Albania, and assesses what implications these two documents together, and the similarities between them, have on the thesis about the existence of an Aḫī-Qādiriyya Sufi order in the Balkans, and wider in the Ottoman Empire.Cette note compare le contenu d’un statut de futuwwa du XVII e siècle des tanneurs bosniaques avec celui d’un document similaire trouvé en Albanie et évalue les implications de ces deux documents sur la thèse de la présence d’un ordre soufi Aḫī-Qādirī dans les Balkans et plus généralement dans l’Empire ottoman.This article is in English.

Affiliations: 1: University of Edinburgh ines.asceric-todd@ed.ac.uk

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2017-06-13
2018-01-21

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