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Une chronique de Zabid et du Yémen jusqu’en 1562: le manuscrit OR. 2545 de Sofia (Bulgarie)

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Cette contribution présente un manuscrit conservé à la Bibliothèque nationale de Bulgarie (cote OR. 2545), son histoire et son contenu. Précieux pour l’histoire chronologique du Yémen, il contient trois livres écrits par le savant yéménite Ibn al-Daybaʿ (m. 1537), intitulés: Buġyat al-mustafīd fī aḫbār madīnat Zabīd, al-Faḍl al-mazīd ʿalā Buġyat al-mustafīd et Aḥsan al-sulūk fī [naẓm]-man waliya madīnat Zabīd min al-mulūk. Le copiste, qui a achevé son travail en 969/1561–1562, y a ajouté deux urǧūza-s datant du Yémen ottoman, inconnues jusqu’alors du milieu scientifique.

Affiliations: 1: Chef du Département Oriental, Bibliothèque nationale de Bulgarie


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