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us: Moosa, Matti

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    • us: Mūsá, Mattī
    • us: موسى، متي
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        (naf) Mosul (Iraq)
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        (naf) Erie (Pa.)
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        • Organization: (naf) Gannon University
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        (lcsh) Historians
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      • found: The origins of modern Arabic fiction, 1983: title page (Matti Moosa) page 4 of cover (native of Mosul, Iraq; LLB from University of Baghdad; professor of Middle Eastern history at Gannon University, Erie, Pennsylvania)
      • found: LC data base, 7-11-84 (hdg.: Moosa, Matti)
      • found: The origins of modern Arabic fiction, 1997: CIP title page (Matti Moosa) data sheet (born January 1, 1924)
      • found: al-Mawārinah fī al-tārīkh, 2004: t.p. (Mattī Mūsá)
      • found: Email on hugoye-list, dated December 31, 2014 (news that Matti Moosa has died, but the exact date is not specified)
      • found: The Syriac Chronicle of Michael Rabo (the Great), 2014: title page (translation and introduction by Matti Moosa) page 4 of cover (Matti Moosa, a native of Mosul, Iraq; American citizen since 1965; holds a law degree from Baghdad Law School; holds a Ph. D. in Middle Eastern history from Columbia University, New York)
      • found: Erie Times-News for January 11, 2015, viewed online on April 20, 2015 (obituary: Matti Moosa, Ph. D.; died at age 90 on December 30, 2014; retired as a tenured Professor of History and Comparative Religions at Gannon University in Erie; former native of Mosul, Iraq)
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