3 edition of Abu"l-Hasan "Alī ibn Ismā"īl al-Aš"rī"s al-Ibānah "an uṣūl ad-diyānah (The elucidation of Islām"s foundation) found in the catalog.
Abu"l-Hasan "Alī ibn Ismā"īl al-Aš"rī"s al-Ibānah "an uṣūl ad-diyānah (The elucidation of Islām"s foundation)
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|Other titles||Ibānah "an uṣūl ad-diyānah., The elucidation of Islām"s foundation.|
|Statement||A translation with introduction and notes by Walter C. Klein. New Haven, Conn., American Oriental Society, 1940.|
|Series||American oriental series v.19|
|Contributions||Klein, Walter Conrad, Bishop, 1904-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||143|
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