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Title:A contribution to the study of Islamic teaching traditions in West Africa: the career of Mu.hammad Baghayogho 930/1523-4-1002/1594
Author:Hunwick, J.O.ISNI
Year:1990
Periodical:Islam et sociétés au Sud du Sahara
Issue:4
Pages:149-163
Language:English
Geographic term:Mali
Subjects:Islam
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Abstract:This paper is devoted to an annotated translation of the biographical notice of Mu.hammad Baghayogho (c. 1523-1594), a Dyula scholar of Jenne origin who spent the greater part of his life teaching in Timbuktu (Mali). This notice, written by Mu.hammad Baghayogho's pupil A.hmad B¯ab¯a (d. 1627), first appeared in 1596, and then in a slightly different form in 1603. To place the translation in its historical and intellectual context, a few words of introduction are included on Mu.hammad Baghayogho and his work and on the continuing scholarly and religious activities of the Baghayogho family. App., notes, ref.
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