Books Reviewed in this article:

Islamic Philosophy and Theology. By W. Montgomery Watt. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1962, pp. xxiii, 196. 21s. net.

The Travels of Ibn Battūta, Vol. II. Translated by H. A. R. Gibb; Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (Published for the Hakluyt Society), 1962; pp. xii, 271–537, maps, 35s.

Prophets, Idols and Diggers: Scientific Proof of Bible History. By John Elder. Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1720 E. 38th St., Indianapolis, Indiana; pp. 240, with 49 illustrations; 1960. $5.00.

Northern Morocco, A Cultural Geography. By Marvin W. Mikesell. University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1061; pp. vii, 122, illustrations, 11 plates, paper, $3.00.

Hassan II King of Morocco. By Rom Landau. George Allen and Unwin Ltd., Ruskin House, Museum Street, London, 1962; pp. 95. 15s.

The Moroccans: Yesterday and Today. By Rom Landau. The Whitethorn Press Ltd., Drayton House, Gordon Street, London, W. C. 1, 1963; pp. 61, paper.

Modern Islam, The Search for Cultural Identity. By G. E. von Grunebaum. University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1962. pp. 303. $7.50.

On Arabism: cUrūbah and Religion. By Ismacil Ragi A. Al-Faruqi. Djambatan, Amsterdam, 1962, pp. xi, 287, Hf 27, 50.

The Book of Knowledge, being a Translation with Notes of Kitab al-cIlm of al-Ghazāl?. Translated by Nabih Amin Faris. Sh. Muhammad Ashraf, Kashmiri Bazar, Lahore, Pakistan, 1962; pp. vii, 236. Rs. 15.