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File:Slaves Zadib Yemen 13th century BNF Paris.jpg

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Manuscrit arabe 5847, fol. 105, Maqâma 34 : al-Hârith au marché aux esclaves à Zabid Bibliothèque nationale de France, Département des Manuscrits, Division orientale

  • Légende : maqâma 34: hârith (al-) au marché aux esclaves de Zabid au Yémen
  • Auteur, titre : harîrî (al-), maqâmât
  • Nom du pays : Iraq
  • Date: 1236-1237
  • Artiste : wâsitî.(al-)
  • Commentaire de l'Encyclopédie Larousse : Marché aux esclaves à Zabid au Yémen. Abu Zayd vend son fils à al-Harith, en cachant son visage. Le fils ayant donné un faux nom refuse de suivre l'acquéreur et conteste la vente. Al-Harith en appelle au cadi, mais perd son procès et son argent…. Page d'un des Maqamat (les Séances) de al-Hariri. Manuscrit de l'école de Bagdad calligraphié et illustré par al-Wasiti (1237). (Ph. Coll Archives Nathan)
  • Removed watermark read: Bibliothèque Nationale de France [Translation: National Library of France] (http://mandragore.bnf.)

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A 13th-century book illustration produced in Baghdad by al-Wasiti showing a slave-market in the town of Zabid in Yemen

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