Ibn Idhari Abū al-Abbas Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Idhāri al-Marrākushi (Arabic: أبو العباس أحمد ابن عذاري المراكشي ) who lived in the late 13th and the early 14th. arwiki ابن عذاري; cawiki Ibn Idhari; dewiki Ibn ʿIdhārī; enwiki Ibn Idhari; eswiki Ibn Idari; fawiki ابن عذاری; frwiki Ibn Idhari; itwiki Ibn Idhari; mswiki Ibn Idhari. Read “al-bayan al-mughrib” by ibn idhari with Rakuten Kobo.

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Member feedback about Al-Marrakushi: Member feedback about Ibn Hayyan: This eight-volume work contains the lives of Muhammad, his Companions ishari Helpers, including those who fought at the Battle of Badr as a special class, and of the following generation, the Followers, who received their tradition In the reign of the caliph He had a good memory; his books became popular during his lifetime, and people benefited from them after his death.

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Ibn Idhari

Today, he is best known for inb expertise in Qur’anic exegesis, Islamic jurisprudence and world history, but he has been described as “an impressively prolific polymath. Member feedback about Ibn ‘Abd al-Hakam: Yusuf ibn Ibh also, Tashafin, Teshufin; or Yusuf full name: This Chronicle is one of the few contemporary accounts of the First Crusade and its immediate aftermath from the Muslim perspective, making it not only a valuable source for modern historians, but also for later 12th-century chronicles, including Ibn al-Athir.

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I topic List of authors by name: Upon the death of Yahya ibn Umar in the Spring of lbn the Battle of Tabfarilla, the spiritual leader Abdallah ibn Yasin appointed Abu Bakr as the new military commander of the Almoravids.

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He began his study of hadith at age eighteen, travelling from Damascus to Baalbek, Homs, Hama, Aleppo, Nabulus, Cairo, Alexandria, Jerusalem, Hijaz, and elsewhere, after which he returned to Damascus, where he taught and authored many works and achieved wide renown as a perspicuous critic and expert examiner of the hadith, encyclopedic historian and biographer, and foremo This author refers to the only literary works that remain from the princess, love poems dedicated to as-Samar, a eunuch of great beauty originating in Denia, taking part in the government of the kingdom, which allowed him to be near Princess.

Member feedback about Uqba ibn Nafi: Yusuf ibn al-Sayrafi topic Yusuf ibn al-Sayrafi died c. He published his kbn in a diwan. Messier, The Almoravids and the Meanings of Jihad, p.

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He founded and served as the spiritual and first military leader of the Almohad movement, a puritanical reform movement launched among the Masmuda Berbers of the Atlas Mountains. Like Ibn Hazm he defended the dynasty of the Umayyads and deplored its fall and the following dissolution of the Andalusian state and the coming of the taifas.

You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: He enjoyed wine, women and song, and in fact wrote treatises on each of those subjects. History of Morocco Revolvy Brain revolvybrain.

His history of the Ibm and Iberia is widely regarded among modern researchers as containing valuable information not found elsewhere, including extracts from older works now lost. Member idahri about Yaqut al-Hamawi: Little is known about the life of this author, who was born in and lived in Marrakech. The crater Abulfeda on the Moon, is named after him.