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By Yedida Kalfon Stillman

ISBN-10: 9004113738

ISBN-13: 9789004113732

Это хорошо иллюстрированное издание, представляет собой историческое и этнографическое исследование одного важного аспекта арабской и исламской материальной культуры - одежды. Описывается развитие и трансформация платья за прошедшие 1400 лет в большей части исламского мира: на Ближнем Востоке, Северной Африке, и в средневековой исламской Испании. Платье - часть исламской системы облачений, рассматриваемой в книге в рамках контекста социальных, религиозных, эстетических и политических тенденций каждого исторического периода.
В дополнение к пяти историческим главам, три главы посвящены главным темам истории арабского костюма - кодексу платья для не-мусульман, важному социально-экономическому и политическому значению роскошных тканей и предметов почётной одежды, и, наиболее известным, но часто неправильно истолковываемым, скрывающим элементам одеяния.Образцы сканов:

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32 The ãaylas§n was a shawl-like headcloth which, though worn by Muslims, was considered a typically KhaybarÊ Jewish garment. Anas b. ”33 It could be that the ãaylas§n was identical with the Jewish ãallÊth, the four-cornered shawl with “show fringe” (Hebrew ßißÊth) on each corner in accordance with the biblical injunction of Numbers 15:37-39ff. Jews in the Eastern Mediterranean world in the centuries just preceding Islam wore a variety of such shawls (Talmudic Aramaic appiliyÙn and isãÙla) which were without the ritual fringes no different from their Roman counterparts, the pallium and the stola.

In fact, all of these names—Greek stole, Latin stola, Hebrew ãallÊth, Arabic ãaylas§n, and Persian t§lish/t§lish§n—may all be etymoligically related. For a good summary and bibliography of the debate as to which is derived from which, see Albert Arazi, “Noms de vêtements et vêtements d’après al-aȧdÊth al-Èis§n fÊ fa·l alãaylas§n d’al-SuyåãÊ,” Arabica 23 (1976), pp. 131, n. 2 and 147, n. 1. 36 J. von Karaba´ek, Abendländische Künstler zu Konstantinopel, in Denkschr. d. Kais. Akad. d. , Bd. lxii, Abh.

Wearing the sirw§l, at this early period. In one well-known story the Prophet averted his glance out of modesty from a woman who had fallen from her mount until he was assured that she was wearing a sirw§l. How these early sirw§l looked cannot be ascertained. In later Islamic times they differed greatly from country to country and included all sorts of pantaloons, kneebreeches, long trousers, and close-fitting drawers. It is reported that the men who bore #$"isha’s litter on the pilgrimage wore tubb§n, small sirw§l or briefs (see Pl.

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