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Although many religions have an impact on The Alchemist, Islam has the greatest effect. First, the people who practice Islam must care for the needy, as shown by, Santiago’s experience with the crystal merchant. Second, married Muslim women have certain rules they must follow, as seen when Santiago encounters the married woman at the well and she helps him along his way. Finally, Muslims have one god,
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A., 1997:109-113; Brunner, H., 1970:151-161; Brunner, H., 1984:386-395; Kahl, J., 2010:1-11). It is interesting a new style of art as early as the reign of Psmatik I which developed gradually into the Saite style by the time of Psmatik II; it can be observed that the artists of Twenty-six Dynasty mingled the Theban art of the Middle and New Kingdom, which became a major stylistic and iconographic influence (Mysliwiec, K., 2001:173-174; Chimko, Corey J., 2003:15-57; der Manuelian, P., 1938:221-45). It is obvious from the statues and reliefs of Psmatik I and his successors, that the kings of Saite Period reproduced the art of past especially the Old and Middle Kingdom, and they influenced by the glorious art from Old to New Kingdoms; for example the head of Apris and Amasis bear archaizing features of Old Kingdom 's kings, Josephson points out that
The taxonomy approach that follows the chronology of the objects is within the field of Islamic art frequently connected with dynasties. Following academic research, museums with Islamic art collections adopted this system of classification based on the ruling houses (Weber, 2012b, p. 303). This can be seen as another example of the museums adopting the academic world of Islamic art. As an example, the catalogue accompanying the new 1971 opening of the Museum für Islamische Kunst in West Berlin had its chapters according to dynasty, with one initial chapter about religious art which is more thematic or societal based (Brisch, 1971). Positive aspects of this taxonomy are the context it can provide and the way it is framed by time and space.
The Shi 'a credit the Prophet 's family and close associates. The Sunnis consider the Hadiths and Sunnah narrated by any of twelve thousand companions of the Prophet to be well founded. Shi 'as admit that the Hadiths and Sunnah are functional texts relating to Islamic jurisprudence, however, they put emphasis on the need to be deeply analyzed. Therefore, the interpretation and understanding of the laws in the matter of practices of Islam vary considerably between the two faiths. Sunni Islam, include four schools of jurisprudence that provide different interpretations of legal decisions that may impact in a variety of ways the lives of Muslims.