Money in the ancient Arab discourse / a descriptive study
College Of Basic Education Research Journal,
2022, Volume 18, Issue 2, Pages 215-238
AbstractThe criticism that arose in its beginnings accompanying the emergence of poetry was naive and elementary, characterized by partial, general, and comprehensive, so it needed time to be based on technical rules and a specific methodological taste and taste The ancient Arab critics were also encycloped, so the critic was a writer, narrator, a jurist, a scholar of hadith and a grammatical linguist. Hence the coinage varied and varied, and varied in terms of origin as well, some of them dating back to the pre-Islamic era, some of them dating back to the Islamic era and some dating back to the Umayyad Some of them were completely settled in the Abbasid era.
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