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Legal documents on Libyan tribal society in process of sedentarization
|Other titles||Wathāʼiq qaḍāʼīyah ʻan mujtamaʻ ʻashāʼirī Lībī fī marāḥil al-istiqrār|
|Series||Mediterranean language and culture monograph series,, 0179-1621 ;|
|LC Classifications||KSP451 .L39 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1 > ;|
|LC Control Number||99184767|
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Get this from a library. Legal documents on Libyan tribal society in process of sedentarization: a selection of decisions from the sijills of the Sharīʻa courts of Ajdābiya and Kufra. [Aharon Layish]. Legal Documents on Libyan Tribal Society in Process of Sedentarization: A Selection of Decisions from the Sijills of the Shari Courts of Ajdabiya and Series,) (Arabic and English Edition) Jun 1, "This volume presents annotated English translations of 72 court decisions handed down by the Shari'a Courts of Adjabiya and Kufra roughly during the period ; the original texts (facsimiles and edited documents) appeared in A.
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from the angle of the sharfa court, divorce in a tribal society in process of. Legal Documents on Libyan Tribal Society and the Process of Sedentarization, Part 1, by Aharon Layish.
Documents in Arabic. With an anthropological critique by John Davis. Wiesbaden: Harrassowirz Verlag, vii + 86 pages. Appends. to p. DM paper. In this work, John Davis provides a brief historical descrip-tion of the judicial.
Legal Documents on Libyan Tribal Society in Process of Sedentarization. A selection of decisions from the sijills of the sharī‘a courts of Ajdābiya and Kufra.
Part 1: The documents in Arabic with a glossary of Arabic legal terms and phrases, with an anthropological critique by John Davis. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. Layish, Aharon. Legal Documents on Libyan Tribal Society in Process of Sedentarization.
A selection of decisions from the sijills of the sharī‘a courts of Ajdābiya and Kufra. Part 1: The documents in Arabic with a glossary of Arabic legal terms and phrases, with an anthropological critique by John Davis. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. Layish, Aharon. Legal Documents on Libyan Tribal Society in Process of Sedentarization, Part I, the Documents in Arabic, with an Anthropological Critique by John Davis, Aharon Layish (pp.
In Aharon Layish, Legal Documents on Libyan Tribal Society in Process of Sedentarization Wiesbaden Harrassowitz 7 13 Davis John Introduction. In Aharon Layish, Legal Documents on Libyan Tribal Society in Process of Sedentarization Wiesbaden Harrassowitz 7 Cited by: The outcome of the confrontation between the shari a and custom depends on the qadis' degree of orthodoxy, their religious and secular education, their social philosophy and, above all, their understanding of the Islamization process of a tribal society undergoing sedentarization.
Our qadi fulfilled the woman's expectations. In her book Political Culture in Libya (), Amal Obeidi suggested that tribal solidarity was not a static feature of Libyan culture, rather a practical attempt to create a civil society in a country which had never had one because of the institutional absence of its government.
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