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This is the central text of Islam, al-Qur'an (The Koran, La Coran). Authorship is hard to assign - composed by God (Allah), revealed in pieces to Muhammad (Mohammed, Muhamat) by the angel Gabriel (Jibril) from 610 to 632, compiled, possibly more than once, by committees under the direction the first few Caliphs, and translated multiple times into most major languages, there are lots of possible authors.

The Koran (Dawood, 1956) 2,767 copies, 17 reviews
The Meaning of the Glorious Qur'an 1,222 copies, 5 reviews
Koran (Rodwell, 1861) 680 copies, 4 reviews
The Koran 617 copies, 20 reviews
The Essential Koran 434 copies, 2 reviews
The Quran (Shakir, 1959) 380 copies, 1 review
The Study Quran 263 copies, 1 review
El Corán 190 copies, 7 reviews
The Koran 166 copies, 6 reviews
Le Coran (Editions Française) 112 copies, 3 reviews
The Qur'an: A Translation 62 copies, 1 review
Le Coran 35 copies, 1 review
De Koran 32 copies
The Noble Qur'an 31 copies, 1 review
Il Corano 30 copies, 1 review
Il Corano 30 copies, 1 review
Le Coran 30 copies
Koran 29 copies, 1 review
Il Corano 29 copies
Le Coran : Essai de traduction 23 copies, 1 review
Le Coran 21 copies, 1 review
The Holy Quaran 20 copies, 1 review
Il Corano 19 copies
American Qur'an 17 copies
Der Koran. 15 copies
Korán 14 copies, 1 review
Le Coran 14 copies
Il Corano 9 copies
Der Koran 8 copies
Koran 8 copies
De Koran 5 copies
O Alcorão 4 copies
Il Corano 4 copies
Il Corano 4 copies
Le Coran 3 copies, 1 review
The Qur'an 2 copies
Le Coran 2 copies, 1 review
ˆIl ‰Corano 2 copies
Il Corano 2 copies
Le Coran 1 copy
Der Koran 1 copy
Il Corano 1 copy
Koraani 1 copy
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This is the central text of Islam, al-Qur'an (The Koran, La Coran). Authorship is hard to assign - composed by God (Allah), revealed in pieces to Muhammad (Mohammed, Muhamat) by the angel Gabriel (Jibril) from 610 to 632, compiled, possibly more than once, by committees under the direction the first few Caliphs, and translated multiple times into most major languages, there are lots of possible authors.

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