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Critical Essay by The Quarterly Review

SOURCE: “The Age of Saladin,” The Quarterly Review, Vol. CLXXXIII, No. CCCLXV, 1896, pp. 163–87.

In the following essay, the anonymous critic briefly reviews several nineteenth-century Western histories of the Crusades. The critic observes a lack of a thorough, accurate “Mohammedan history” by a Western writer and demonstrates that such information is available through Arabic sources.

… 1. Ousama ibn Mounkidh, un Emir Syrien au premier siècle des Croisades (1095-1188). Par Hartwig Derenbourg. Avec le texte arabe de l’Autobiographie d’Ousama, publié d’après le manuscrit de l’Escurial. Three Vols. Paris, 1886-1893.

2. Siasset Nameh: Traité de Gouvernement. Composé pour le Sultan Melik Shah par le Vizir Nizam oul-Moulk. Traduit par Charles Schefer, Membre de l’Institut. Paris, 1893.

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