مجلة عصور الجديدة
Volume 5, Numéro 19, Pages 45-59
الكاتب : عبد السلام شعيب عبد الواحد .
Algerian cities have played an active role in the Arab Islamic civilization during the Middle Ages, through the great number of scholars and elders who made their cities such as Tlemcen, Constantine, Algeria, Bejaia, Oran and others, centers of great intellectual and scientific radiation, both through their knowledge of science Or by the interaction and interaction between their cities and other Moroccan and Andalusian cities in particular, and with the countries and the eastern countries in general. In particular, the city of Bejaia, in the seventh century H / 13th century in particular, has received a fame status, and a great advantage, among its sisters from the cities of the Islamic West, in thought, culture and civilization, even the appearance of the scholar Abu Abbas al-Ghubarini with his author, Who "aounouan eldiraya fimen ourifa mina elaoulama fi elmia essabia bibidjaia" then is the best witness to it. However, the importance of this book is not only an archive and a source for the study of the sciences and literature in this area of the Islamic world, but as a unique document in the relations and cultural and intellectual links between the Algerians in the Andalusian. What confirms the strength of cultural and knowledge communication between Algeria and Andalusia through this author is that about one-third of the translations of these Ghobarini in this book are the flags of Andalusia and its men, ie, those who came to the town of Bejaia, where they were to teach, The imam, or those who took up the position of the judiciary and the fatwa, or the sermon and prayer in the Great Mosque.
Algerian cities;Arab Islamic civilization; Middle Ages;scholars;Bejaia;Abu Abbas al-Ghubarini; the Andalusian
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