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Ibn Khaldūn, 1332-1406

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Personal name headingIbn Khaldūn, 1332-1406
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Variant(s)Ibn Chaldun, 1332-1406
Aben Jaldún, 1332-1406
Ibn Jaldūn, 1332-1406
ʻAbd al-Raḥmān ibn Muḥammad, 1332-1406
Ibn H̤aldūn, 1332-1406
Khaldūn, Ibn, 1332-1406
Ibn Khaldoun, 1332-1406
Ibn Khaldūn, ʻAbd al-Raḥmān, 1332-1406
Ibnu Khaldun, 1332-1406
İbni Haldun, 1332-1406
ʻAbdurrahman Abu Zaid Waliuddin Ibn Khaldun, 1332-1406
Ibane Khaladuna, 1332-1406
Ibn Kaldoun, 1332-1406
עבד אל־רחמאן אבן־ח׳לדון, 1332־1406
إبن خلدون، عبد الرحمن بن محمد
ابت خلدون
ابن خلدون
ابن خلدون، 13321406
ابن خلدون، 1406-1332
ابن خلدون٠
ابن خلدون 1332-1406
بن خلدون، 1332-1406
Birth date13320527
Death date14060317
Place of birthTunisia
Place of deathCairo (Egypt)
Profession or occupationPhilosophers
Historians
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Found inIgnatenko, A. A. Ibn-Khalʹdun, 1980: t.p. (Ibn-Khalʹdun) p. 7 (Ibn Khaldun; Ibn-Khaldun)
Djeghloul, A. Trois études sur Ibn Khaldoun, c1984: t.p. (Ibn Khaldoun) p. 13 (Arab, b. 5-24-1332 in Tunis) p. 15 (d. 1406)
His An Arab philosophy of history, c1986: CIP half t.p. (ʻAbd al-Raḥmān ibn Khaldūn)
His Ibnu Khaldun tentang sosial dan ekonomi, 1985.
Arslan, A. İbni Haldunʼun ilim ve fikir dünyası, 1987.
Akar konflik sepanjang zaman, 2004: t.p. (Ibn Khaldun) p. 27 (ʻAbdurrahman Abu Zaid Waliuddin Ibn Khaldun)
Itihāsera darśana o samājatattvara sthapati, 1995: t.p. (Ibane Khaladuna)
Un sociologo arabo del secolo XIV (Ibn Kaldoun), 1896: t.p. (Ibn Kaldoun)
Encyclopaedia Britannica, viewed online November 6, 2014 (Ibn Khaldun, in full Walī al-Dīn ʻAbd al-Raḥmān ibn Muḥammad ibn Muḥammad ibn Abī Bakr Muḥammad ibn al-Ḥasan Ibn Khaldūn (born May 27, 1332, Tunis [Tunisia]--died March 17, 1406, Cairo, Egypt), the greatest Arab historian, who developed one of the earliest nonreligious philosophies of history, contained in his masterpiece, the Muqaddimah (“Introduction”). He also wrote a definitive history of Muslim North Africa.)
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