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Thu Mar 20 05:10:39 PDT 2008
Is Medievales online?
Thanks and Glad Easter to all!
Ana, who will go to Mass today,
On Thu, Mar 20, 2008 at 4:07 AM, Lilinah <lilinah at earthlink.net> wrote:
> Whoo-hoo! I just found a reference to SCA-period khlii (spelled
> khali' - but those North Africans are always misplacing their vowels)
> in an article about Medieval Maghribi and Andalusi Sufis in the
> journal "Medievales" (it's French).
> The reference dates either to the Almoravid (1062-1150) or Almohad
> (1150-1269) period. The Moroccan author of the article, written in
> French, referred to it simply as dried meat preserved in melted fat
> (viande sechee conservee dans de la graisse), although i don't know
> if they based their description on period descriptions or on modern
> khlii. The original source described this particular khlii as made of
> mouflon (see note below).
> My Source
> (leaving out all the accent marks)
> "Medievales", No 33 - Automne 1997
> Cultures et nourritures de l'occident musulman
> Essais dedies a Bernard Rosenberger
> in the article
> "Furgalite soufie et banquets de zaouyas : l'eclairage des sources
> Halim Ferhat
> pp. 69-79
> The reference is on p. 77 (i haven't quite finished reading the
> article) I'm going to double check after i finish the article - the
> source isn't footnoted on p. 77, but since the same Sufi saint is
> referred to earlier in the article, i may be able to find it.
> I'm reading my way through the entire journal. I've finished 5
> articles, i'm reading the 6th, and there are 4 more to go...
> NOTE: Mouflon are a type of wild sheep (ovis musimon)
> [this is a terrific website for learning about domesticated animals]
> Mouflon are in a group of Caprinae called "goat antelopes"
> Urtatim (that's err-tah-TEEM)
> the persona formerly known as Anahita
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