The Saiyids (Ashraaf) of Hadramawt

Written by R. B. Serjeant

A thorough research on the ‘Alawi Branch of the Sayyid family of Hadramawt, and how they disseminated over Asia and Africa, playing century upon century an important and consistent role in the Islamic community.
The Saiyids (Ashraaf) of Hadramawt

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