Scholars A-Z

Died on 864
The physician, scientist and philosopher, ‘Ali b. Sahl Rabban al-Tabari was the son of Sahl Sahl Rabban al-Tabari. ‘Ali was born into an educated and intellectual Christian family. He wrote many books on philosophy, medicine and religious matters. In particular, his Firdaws al-hikma is the first eve...
Baba Hassay Muhmud was an Imam, a master of jurisprudence, Arabic grammar, the biography of the Prophet and logic. He also acted as teacher and ensured that his students knew and understood his teachings to the best of their abilities. Click here for more information.
Born on 1360 Died on 1453
Mahmud b. Ahmad Badr al-Din al-'Ayni or al-'Ayntabi, was in addition to being cheif judge (qadi al-qudat) for several years, also frequently held the lucrative posts of controller of trust properties (nazir al-ahbas) and market inspector (muhtasib). Click here for more information.
Born on 18 Feb, 1547 Died on 01 Sep, 1621
Muhammad bin Husayn bin Abdul Samad, called Baha' al-Ddin al-Harithi al-'Amili was born in Ba'labak in 953 H/1547CE. He died in Isfahan in 1031 H/1622 CE. He wrote in many subjects such as mathematics, astronomy, the sciences of religion, the arts, and language. Among his scientific left books we...

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