Hekimoglu, Muhammet
March 2009
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2009, Vol. 13 Issue 39, p243
Academic Journal
An example of the Classical Arabic qasidas, el-Kasîdetu'z-zeynebiyye, which is attributed to Ali, one of the four major caliphs and a close friend of Prophet Mohammad's, was translated into Turkish for the first time in the early 20th century by Ahmed İzzet. He titled this work Aqîde-i adabiya targama-i qasîda-i zaynabiya. Based on a Manu scribed copy found in the Library of Manuscripts of Ankara University Faculty of Languages, History and Geography, this study, hopefully, will contribute a lot to efforts to discover hidden treasures in the depths of our cultural heritage.


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