AUB Libraries Online Exhibits


1. Hannawi, Abdul Ahad. "The Role of the Arabs in the Introduction of Paper into Europe." MELA Notes 85 (2012): 14-29.

2. Hunter, Dard. Papermaking: the history and technique of an ancient craft. Courier Corporation, 1978, 22. 

3. Balagna, Josée, and Josée Balagna Coustou. L'imprimerie Arabe en Occident. Vol. 2. (Maisonneuve & Larose, 1984), 17.

4. Philippe Hitti, “The First Book Printed in Arabic,” The Princeton University Library Chronicle 4 (1942).

5. Staatsbibliothek Bamberg, The Beginnings of Printing in the Near and Middle East: Jews, Christians and Muslims (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2001), 20.

6. Arjan van Dijk, “Early Printed Qurʾans: The Dissemination of the Qurʾan in the West,” Journal of Qurʾanic Studies 7, no. 2 (2005): 136–143.

7. Harro Stammerjohann, ed., Lexicon Grammaticorum: A bio-bibliographical companion to the history of linguistics (Tubingen: Max Niemeyer Verlag, 2009), 1199.

8. Thomas, D. & Chesworth, J. A. Christian-Muslim Relations. A Bibliographical History Volume 7. Central and Eastern Europe, Asia, Africa and South America (1500- 1600) (Brill, 2015), 725.

9. Wahid Gdoura, Le début de l'imprimerie arabe à Istanbul et en Syrie: évolution de l'environnement culturel (1706-1787). (Tunisie : Institut Supérieur de Documentation, 1985), 31.

10. Van der Wall, Ernestine G.E., “Erpenius, Thomas”, in: Religion Past and Present. Available online [13 March 2018].

11. Loop, Jan. Johann Heinrich Hottinger: Arabic and Islamic studies in the seventeenth century. Oxford University Press, 2013.

12. Gdoura Wahid, Idem, 33–34.

13. Holt, P. M. The Study of Islam in Seventeenth-and Eighteenth-Century England. Journal of Early Modern History, 2(2) (1998), 113-123.