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The Diamond general catalog gives access to the resources of its partners, described in the RDA format.

The Partners’ Catalogs

Dominican Institute for Oriental Studies
Dominican Institute for Oriental Studies

Cairo, Egypt

Institute of Arabic Manuscripts
Institute of Arabic Manuscripts

Cairo, Egypt

Giorgio La Pira Library
Giorgio La Pira Library

Palermo, Italy

French Institute of Oriental Archeology, Archives and Collections Department
French Institute of Oriental Archeology

Cairo, Egypt

Leonine Commission
Leonine Commission

Paris, France

Saint Mark Foundation for Coptic Heritage
Saint Mark Foundation for Coptic Heritage

Cairo, Egypt

Digital Center for Oriental Manuscripts
Digital Center for Oriental Manuscripts

Erbil, Iraq

Vatican Apostolic Library
Vatican Apostolic Library

the Vatican City

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Dominican Library in Erbil

Erbil, Iraq

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Saulchoir Library

Paris, France

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Timbuktu Cataloging Service

Cairo, Egypt

The Targeted Catalogs

AlKindi: The written heritage of the Muslim worlds

Abū Yūsuf Yaʿqūb ibn Isḥāq al-Kindī, who passed away in 866, played a pivotal role as a transmittor. He effectively transmitted Greek philosophy to the emerging Islamic culture by orchestrating collaborations with Syriac monk-translators, which facilitated the development of a scientific vocabulary in the Islamic world.

Albertus: The written heritage of the Western medieval world

Saint Albert the Great, a German Dominican, was the pioneer who first introduced Greek and Arab sciences to the burgeoning European university. His writings encompassed logic, philosophy, and theology, as well as botany, astronomy, and law. He passed away in Cologne in 1280. His most renowned disciple was Saint Thomas Aquinas.

Ignatios: The written heritage of the Eastern Christian world

At the beginning of the second century, Saint Ignatius, Bishop of Antioch, was one of the earliest Christian theologians. His writings on the divinity of Christ and the episcopal organization of the Church are universally acknowledged by both Eastern and Western Churches. He met a martyr’s end in Rome.

Maryana: The portal of the Nahḍa

Maryana Marrash (1848‒1919) was a Syrian writer and poet of the Arab Renaissance (al-Nahḍa). She revitalized the tradition of literary salons in the Arab world and was among the first women to publish Arabic poetry in modern times and contribute to Arabic-language daily newspapers.

General catalogue
Works
247544
Expressions
271641
Manifestations
275483
Items
145630
Agents
127408

Latest records

طقس الاكليل

The Library of the Diocese of Assiut, Coptic Orthodox Church. Manuscript. Liturgy , folio 518

Manuscript

Interculturalità : religione e teologia politica

a cura di Giuseppe Cacciatore, Rosario Diana

Napoli : Guida editori, 2010

Monograph

The Journal of Ecclesiastical history

Editors James Carleton Paget, University of Cambridge, Alec Ryrie, University of Durham

Cambridge (UK) : Cambridge University Press, 1950‒

Periodical

Genova : Marietti, 1986

Monograph

The conference of the birds

Attar, translated by Sholeh Wolpé

New York ; London : W. W. Norton & Company, 2017

Early work

كتاب مفتاح الإعراب

لأمين الدين أبي بكر محمد بن علي المحلي المتوفى سنة ستمائة وثلاث وسبعين من الهجرة, دراسة وشرح وتحقيق أ. د. حسانين إبراهيم حسانين, راجعه أ. د. أحمد عبد الرحمن بلخير

مصر : دار اللؤلؤة للنشر والتوزيع، 2023 [1445]

Early work

Vite e detti di santi musulmani

a cura di Virginia Vacca

[Lieu non identifié] : TEA, 1988

Early work

Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte. Kanonistische Abteilung

Herausgegeben von Ulrike Babusiaux, Wolfgang Kaiser, Franz-Stefan Meissel, Hans-Peter Haferkamp, Peter Oestmann, Tilman Repgen, Heinrich de Wall, Mathias Schmoeckel, Andreas Thier

Berlin : De Gruyter, 1911‒

Periodical

رسالة المارق

[تحقيق وتقديم د. عمرو بن معديكرب حسين الهمذاني]

in الرسالة الحاتمية في الرد على بعض المارقين / المنسوبة للداعي علي بن محمد بن الوليد الآنف المتوفى سنة 612 هـ ; تحقيق وتقديم د. عمرو بن معديكرب حسين الهمذاني

Early work

Paris : François Maspero, 1970

Monograph

نظم أحكام الوضوء والصلاة

للشيخ موسى بن أحمد الحجاوي الحنبلي (ت 968 هـ), اعتنى بها وحققها أ. د. عبد السلام بن محمد الشويعر

in مؤلفات الحجاوي : مجموع فيه أربع رسائل / للشيخ موسى بن أحمد الحجاوي الحنبلي (ت 968 هـ) ; اعتنى بها وحققها أ. د. عبد السلام بن محمد الشويعر

Early work

جواب عن الكتاب المعتمد في المذهب

للشيخ موسى بن أحمد الحجاوي الحنبلي (ت 968 هـ), اعتنى بها وحققها أ. د. عبد السلام بن محمد الشويعر

in مؤلفات الحجاوي : مجموع فيه أربع رسائل / للشيخ موسى بن أحمد الحجاوي الحنبلي (ت 968 هـ) ; اعتنى بها وحققها أ. د. عبد السلام بن محمد الشويعر

Early work