Geografihistoriske primærkilder og
Geography Historical primary sources and
Géographie des sources historiques primaires:
Edward Granville Browne: A year amongst the Persians;
impressions as to the life, character, and thought of the people of
Persia, received during twelve month's residence in that country in
the years 1887-8 (February 24, 2011).
'Edward Granville Browne (1862 – 1926), born in Stouts Hill,
Uley, Gloucestershire, England, was a British orientalist who
published numerous articles and books of academic value, mainly in
the areas of history and literature.
Assyrisk, babylonisk, ægyptisk og persisk kronologi
sammenlignet med Bibelens kronologi. Bind 1 : Persisk kronologi
og længden af jødernes babyloniske fangenskab. / Rolf
Furuli. Gramma, 2006 - 247 s. Sykes, Percy Molesworth, Sir: A history of Persia (1915)
- http://www.archive.org/details/historyofpersia01sykeuoft , og
The lands of the eastern caliphate : Mesopotamia, Persia and
Central Asia from the Moslem conquest to the time of Timur. / : Guy
Le Strange. - Cambridge : University Press, 1905.
Mesopotamia and Persia under the Mongols in the Fourteenth
Century A.D. from the Nuzhat-al-Kulub of Hamd-Allah Mustawfi. /
: Guy Le Strange.
'This is a study (London, 1903) of relevant parts of a precious
register made by the 14th century official Hamd-Allah Mustawfi of
Qazvin (also known as Qazvini) by the Arabist and historical
geographer Guy Le Strange (1854-1933). Qazvini provides priceless
information about Iran, Azerbaijan, Mughan and Arran, Shirvan,
Gurjistan (Georgia), Rum, Armenia, and Mesopotamia. District by
district, city by city, the author usually explains what revenue
had accrued from a given area both in his own day, and in past
times as well, providing a vivid picture of the general decline of
the Mongol Il-Khanid state in the 14th century. In addition,
Qazvini comments on the ruined condition of numerous cities and
towns, the relative size and the trade of surviving cities, their
noted religious sanctuaries, the types of crops grown in the
countryside, and much more.
[Note: Le Strange's later English translation of the Geographical
Part of this important document (1919) is available as another
Internet Archive download. Search on "Hamd-Allah Mustawfi".]'
Browne, Edward Granville, 1862-1926: A literary history of
- London : T. F. Unwin, 1980