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Title: ضوابط الكتابة وأدواتها في مصادر المعلومات من المخطوطات المكتوبة بلغة هوسا المكتوبة بالحرف القرآني (عجمي)
Authors: يوسف عيسى عبدالله
محمد ناصر داود صالح جودات
Keywords: مصادر المعلومات
المخطوطات المكتوبة
الحرف القرآني
Issue Date: Dec-2019
Publisher: الخرطوم : جامعة إفريقيا العالمية - مركز البحوث والدراسات الإفريقية
Series/Report no.: العدد;62
Abstract: The paper deal with the development of writing controls and their tools in the sources of information from manuscripts written in Hausa language written by standard Quranic letters. This was done through an introduction to the manuscripts written in the standard Quranic letters, its importance and the risks it faces. The standard Quranic letter (Ajami) and its evolution. The paper was also known for the traditional tools used in the writing of types of papers, inks, pens, seals, traditional preservation tools, manufacturing methods and materials, as well as the types of Islamic fonts and decorations most used in this type of manuscript heritage and purposes of its uses. In contrast, the paper presented the technological impact in the development of writing with the standard Quranic character and the stages of ISESCO's experience in automating the languages of the African-Islamic peoples written in the standard Quranic script (Ajami).The paper concluded with a conclusion that a set of proposals, in which it was noted that it is necessary to encourage researchers to study this type of manuscript heritage to achieve it, translate it, print it and publish it, in addition to develop the means of preserving it and to make it available, so as to increase the establishment of specialized journals in universities and scientific centers to support researchers and those interested in the field.
ISSN: 1858 - 5191
Appears in Collections:مجلة دراسات إفريقية - العدد 62، السنة 35، ديسمبر 2019

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