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The Image of Ayyub (Job) in the Qu’ran and Later Islam

Notes

[1] The Qu’ran, 4: 163. All Arabic translations are the author’s.

[2] Ibid. 6: 84.

[3] Ibid. 21:84.

[4] Ibid. 38: 41-44.

[5] The Pilgrimage of Etheria edited by M.L. Mc Lure (New York: Macmillan, 1919) pp. 24-25.

[6] Franz Delitzsch and J.G. Weitzstein, Das Buch Hiob (1902) pp. 46-47.

[7] Charles Clermont-Ganneau, Archaeological Research in Palestine (Paris, 1874) pp.191.

[8] Delitzsch and Weitzstein, p. 48.

[9] Ibid. p. 49.

[10] Hanna Kassis, A Concordance to the Quran (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1982) p. 264.

[11] Eugippus, Life of St. Severin translated by Ludwig Butler (Washington: Catholic University Press, 1965); William of Tyre, The History of Deeds Done Beyond the Sea translated by Emily Babcock (New York: Columbia University Press, 1943); Marino Sanuto, Diary 58 vols. Nicole Barozzi, editor (Venice, 1879- 1903).

[12] Butler, p. 199.

[13] Kassis, p, 265.

[14] Ibid.

[15] Robert Gordis, The Book of God and Man (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1965) p. 66.

[16] George Sale, A Translation of the Quran London: William Tegg, 1857)

[17] Kassis, p. 266.

[18] Sale, p. 256.

[19] Chester Beatty Library, (ms. 414, fol. 82).

[20] New York Public Library, (ms. 456, fol. 109).

[21] Kassis, p. 266.

[22] Kassis, p. 267.

[23] See Falzan Rahman, Major Themes of the Qu’ran (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1980).

 

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