A Muslim Manual of War

being Tafrij al-kurub fi tadbir al-hurub by ‘Umar ibn Ibrahim al-Awsi al-Ansari

Edited and translated by George T. Scanlon
Foreword byCarole Hillenbrand

One of the first three books published by the AUC Press after its founding in 1960 was A Muslim Manual of War, an annotated editing and translation of

English edition
246 pp.
ISBN 9781617971112
For sale worldwide

This book is only available for purchase from Egypt

One of the first three books published by the AUC Press after its founding in 1960 was A Muslim Manual of War, an annotated editing and translation of a hitherto little-known fifteenth-century Arabic manuscript on the art of war, prepared by George Scanlon, then embarking on his career to become one of the most respected scholars in the field of Islamic art, architecture, archaeology, and history. Now, in celebration of 50 years of the AUC Press, and in honor of Professor Scanlon’s recent retirement after an illustrious career, most recently as professor of Islamic art and architecture in the Department of Arab and Islamic Civilizations at the American University in Cairo, the AUC Press is proud to make available once again this long out-of-print book, as a freely accessible scanned facsimile with a new Introduction by the author and a Foreword by eminent scholar Carole Hillenbrand, a former student of Professor Scanlon.

George T. Scanlon

George T. Scanlon is professor emeritus of Islamic art and architecture in the Department of Arab and Islamic Civilizations at the American University in Cairo. Carole Hillenbrand, OBE is professor of Islamic History at the University of Edinburgh.
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