Professor John Tolan published on article on EuQu in Medieval Worlds “Movement and Mobility in the Medieval Mediterranean: Changing Perspectives from Late Antiquity to the Long-Twelfth Century, I & Ideologies of Translation, III – Volume 13. 2021”
The European Qur’ān: The Place of the Muslim Holy Book in European Cultural History page 296
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