The Koran Interpreted is a translation of the Qur’an (the Islamic religious text) by Arthur John Arberry. The translation is from the original Arabic into English. Arthur John Arberry, as Head of the Department of Classics at Cairo University, acquired a firsthand knowledge of literary and social conditions in the Islamic. The Koran Interpreted [Arthur J. Arberry] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Koran was revealed from about A>D> to
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Born at Portsmouth on 12 Mayhe went to Cambridge University in with a classics scholarship and subsequently studied Persian and Arabic with R. Nicholson and other noted scholars.
After graduation and a study year in Cairo, during which time he also visited Palestine, Lebanon, and Syria, he was appointed head of the classics department at Cairo University inbut returned to London in as assistant librarian at the India Office.
With the outbreak of war in he was transferred to the War Office and then to the Ministry of Information in London. Inhis war work finished, he was appointed to arhtur V.
Minorsky in the chair of Persian at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London University; two years later he transferred to the chair of Arabic.
In he was appointed to the Sir Thomas Adams professorship of Arabic at Cambridge, where he remained until his death on 2 October His complete bibliography shows a total of some ninety books that he wrote, translated, or edited, a similar number of scholarly articles, and many reviews and other short contributions.
Arthur John Arberry
His most outstanding work was the English translation of the Koran, which superseded all previous efforts in this field.
His catalogues of the oriental manuscripts in the India Office, Cambridge University, and Arverry Beatty libraries provide an essential tool for all scholars working in the Islamic field. ArberryBedford, The Holy Koran, An introductionLondon, The Legacy of Persiaed.
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