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Died on 1076
Ibn Hayyan was virulent in his writings of numerous personalities of his time. Among the works attributed with greater or less certainty to Ibn Hayyan, two titles stand out: Kitâb al-Muqtabis fi Tarikh al-Andalus (Book of Him Who Seeks Knowledge about the History of al-Andalus) in ten volumes, and K...
Born on 994 Died on 1064
Ibn Hazm, was born in November 994 and died in August 1064. Ibn Hazm wrote a large number of books. His son reports that he collected of his father's works no less than 400 volumes, in 80,000 pages. His writings covered a wide variety of subjects, including some psychological studies, such as h...
Died on 833
As a recession of Ibn Ishaq's work, the work of Ibn Hashim represents one of the best and earliest existing authorities on the life of the Prophet (pbuh). For more detail click here.
Born on 1122 Died on 1213
'Muhad̲h̲d̲h̲ib al-Dīn Abu ’l-Hasan ʿAlī B. Aḥmad, a physician, born in Bag̲h̲dād 515 (1122), studied grammar and fiḳh at the Niẓāmīya but later turned to medicine. He became court physician to the S̲h̲āh-i Arman at Ḵh̲ilāṭ and there amassed great riches; he next entered the service of Badr al-Dīn L...