Discourses of Muslim Scholars in Colonial Ghana

by John Hanson and Muhammad al-Munir Gibrill

Ajami Script Example from Muslim Revival (historical poem)

Ajami Script Example from Muslim Revival (historical poem)
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This is a close up of a section from the historical poem about Muslim Revival to provide you an example of `ajami Hausa

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Ajami Script Example from Muslim Revival (historical poem)
Ajami Script Example from Muslim Revival (historical poem)
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Description: This is a close up of a section from the historical poem about Muslim Revival to provide you an example of `ajami Hausa
Subject: Historic Poem
Date: 1905
Date Range: 1900-1909
Location: Kete-Krachi , Volta Region, Ghana
Format: Text/jpeg
Language: Ajami
Hausa
Rights Management: Educational use only, no other permissions
Contributing Institution: Muhammad al-Munir Gibrill; John H. Hanson; Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana at Legon; Northwestern University; MATRIX: The Center for Humane Arts, Letters & Social Sciences Online at Michigan State University
Contributor: Muhammad al-Munir Gibrill (translator and transcriber); John H. Hanson (reviewer)
Digitizer: Muhammad al-Munir Gibrill; MATRIX
Archive: University of Ghana at Legon, Institute of African Studies
Source:
University of Ghana at Legon, Institute of African Studies, Arabic collection, document number 109 (ii). This collection holds another copy of the poem: document number 135. 
 

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