Historical Atlas of the Islamic World by David Nicolle
Publication Date: 2004-01-01
This work provides a comprehensive description of Islam's long and dynamic history. It provides a survey of the history of the Islamic world and of Islamic civilization from the time of the Prophet Mohammed until the consolidation of the Ottoman Empire.
Selected from the Harvard Map Collection, this online collection contains over 50 historic maps from the 16th to 20th centuries and provides a "detailed cartographic record of the regions documented by IHP’s manuscripts and texts."
From: Atlas of Islamic History Map 30 - The Spread of Islam in Southeast Asia c.1275-c.1600). Atlas provides the main outlines of Islamic history from the immediate pre-Islamic period until the end of 1920, that is, before most parts of the Muslim world became sovereign nation states.
Atlas Al-Sirah Al-nabawiyah by Shawqi Abu Khalil
Call Number: Olin Library G2246.S1 A2 2002
Publication Date: 2002-06-01
Hazard, Harry W., Hereward Lester Cooke, and J. McA Smiley. Atlas of Islamic History. [Princeton]: Princeton University Press, 1951.
Historical Atlas of Islam by Malise Ruthven; Azim Nanji (As told to); Abdou Filali-Ansary (As told to)When the most famous producer in Hollywood plucks seventeen-year-old Elsa Emerson from a party and gives her a brand-new name, a star of the silver screen is born. Laura Lamont. Having spent the summers of her childhood at her father’s roadside theatre, all she has ever wanted is to act. Here, it seems, is her dream come true. Step by step – new figure, new wardrobe, new house, new husband – she succumbs to the consuming power of the studio. But her transformation is more profound than she could ever have foreseen . . . Taking us from the spotlight and into the shadows, Emma Straub’s sweeping and wildly enjoyable novel has all the glamour and tragedy of the movies. As the lights darken and the credits roll it asks: how many people can we be in a lifetime? And at what cost?
"An Historical Atlas of Islam" by William C. Brice was originally published by Brill in 1981. In 2001, Brill published a new edition of "An Historical Atlas of Islam / Atlas Historique de l'Islam," completely revised and substantially augmented by Professor Hugh Kennedy. This unique publication provides an overview of Islamic history from its inception up to the beginning of the twentieth century.
Through the Islamic Heritage Project (IHP), Harvard University has cataloged, conserved, and digitized hundreds of Islamic manuscripts, maps, and published texts from Harvard’s renowned library and museum collections. These rare—and frequently unique—materials are now freely available to Internet users worldwide. IHP is made possible with the generous support of Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal.