Figure 7.1. General view of Ismant el-Kharab (ancient Kellis)
health so I might hear and rejoice. Do not hesitate to send me the cloak
for the pascha festival, and send to me my brother.
Greet my father and my brothers. I pray for you
The life ofMani
The life ofMani
On the life of Mani see Introduction (pp. 3-8). The following excerpts are
primarily taken from the Greek Cologne Mani-Codex and Coptic sources
from Medinet Madi, supplemented by texts in Arabic and Middle Iranian
At the Origins of Islam
Fred M. Donner
THE BELKNAP PRESS OF
HARVARD UNJVERSJTY PRESS
The Near East on the
Eve of Islam
Ti1e roots of the religion of Islam are to be found in t
. And when those who believe in Our signs come to thee say Peace be up '
The Life of Jll'ulzammad .181
In this connexion (or perhaps some other) I heard that he said: ‘He
mt drinketh thereof shall never thirst.’I
180 The Life of Jlfu/zammad
THE CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TO
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protestation that only the two sects (meaning Iews and Christians) were
known to have such books (Q 6: I 5
attempted a systematic treatment of animals under the
Aristotelian categories of habitat (land, sea, and air).
At the end he undertook a general discussion of the
entire animal kingdom, including humans, on the basis
of bodily parts and systems.
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