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Tarikh al `ulama * Biografier –ver islamiska l”rde * Biograhies

Scholars, saints and notables of Islam

Index of biographies listed in chronological order
Century hijri:






1st C








Darar b. al-Azur al-Asadi (d. 11 H. ?)
ضرلر بن الأزور الأسدي
A great hero before and after Ilsam. He was present when the Muslims opened Damascus and died there. Buried by the side of the road ouside Bab Sharqi (disputed)[Ziarat al-Sham p. 85-86 - note inconsistency in dating]

11 ?
Dimashq
ضرلر بن الأزور الأسدي، ضرار بن مالك بن أوس بن خزيحة، وهو أخ  خولة بنت الأزور، أحد الأبطال في الجاهلية والإسلام، شهد فتح دمشق ومات بها، مختلف في مكان وفاته، قيل بباب شرقي
Fatimah bint Muhammad (d. 11 H.) [islaam-t]
11


Abbad ibn Bishr (d. 11 H.) [islaam-t]
11


Ikrimah ibn Abi Jahal (d. 13 H.) [islaam-t]
13


Abu Bakr as-Siddiq (d. 13 H.) [hts] [islaam-t]
13


Suwad b. Qarib al-Azdi al-Dusi

15
 Misr
سواد بن قارب الأزدي الدوسي ، صحابي جليل، توفي بالبصرة في خلافة عمر بن الخطاب رضي الله عنه عام 15هـ، انظر ترجمته في الإصابة لابن حجر العسقلاني رقم الترجمة 3576، وفي الروض الأنف للسهيلي ج 1 ص 139، وفي عيون الأثر لليعمري ج 1 ص 72، وفي بلوغ الأرب للآلوسي ج 3 ص 299
Sharhabil ibn Hasanah (d. 18 H.)
شرحبيل بن حسنة  -
One of the early Muslims, who wrote down Revelation from the Prophet (s). Ruled Damascus before sayyidina Mu`awiya. Buried near Bab Tuma. [Ziarat al-Sham p. 85]

18
Dimashq
شرحبيل بن حسنة، كاتب الوحى (وحسنة أمه، وأبوه عبد الله بن المطاع بن عبد الله بن الغطريف أسلم قديما وكان وليا على الشلم قبل معاوية، ت ‮٨١‬هـ)ـ

Al-`Abbas b. Mardas b. Abi `Amir al-Salmi
from MuDar, one of the best poets of Islam
His mother was TamaDar bint `Amr, known as al-Khanza'
Became a Muslim shortly before the conquest of Makka.
Passsed away year 18 H during the caliphate of sayyidina `Umar
[bmk ziarat]

18
Dimashq
    العباس بن مرداس بن أبي عامر السلمي ، من مضر، من خيرة شعراء الإسلام، أمه تماضر بنت عمرو المعروفة بالخنساء، أدرك الجاهلية والإسلام، وأسلم قبيل فتح مكة، توفي في خلافة عمر بن الخطاب عام 18هـ، أنظر ترجمته في الإصابة لابن حجر العسقلاني ت 4502، وفي تهذيب التهذيب لنفس المؤلف ج 5 ص 130، وفي الروض الأنف للسهيلي ج 2 ص 283، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 3 ص 267
Mu`ad b. Jabal (d. 18 / 20)
[ZaSh] he was teaching pple about haram and halal (i.e. he was of the fuqaha'amongst hte sahaba); one of those told "عليكم بالشام"

18/
20

معاذ بن جبل بن عمرو بن أوس الأنصاري الخزرجي، أبو عبد الرحمن، الصحابي
Bilal ibn Rib’h al-HabashÓ al-QurashÓ al-TaymÓ  (d. 20 or 18 or 19 H.)
Bilaal ibn Rabbaah
[islaam-t] (d. 20 H.)
[Ziarat al-Sham p. 44]:
Maula of sayyiduna Abu Bakr, mu'adhin of the Prophet (s); came to Sham as a mujahid and stayed there until he died year 17 H. Buried in Bab al-Saghir (correct according to al-Nawawi's Tahdhib, who mentiones other things said); narrated 44 hadith from the Prophet (s).


18/
19/

20
Dimashq

Hafaf b. Nadba (his mother) (sahabi d. 20 H.)
his father was Abu `Umayr b. al-Harith al-Salmi
a paternal cousin to Khansa', the poetress
[bmk ziarat]

20
Dimashq

حفاف بن ندبة (اسم أمه) وأبوه عمير بن الحارث السامي (ت ‮٠٢‬هـ) وكان ابن عم الجنساء الشاعرة
Khalid ibn Walid (d. 21 H.)
[ahm-fb]: “Sword of Allah” opposed Muslims at Uhud, then converted, led the conquests under Abu Bakr,

21


`Umar al-Faaruq (d. 23 H.) (hts-brief note)
23


`Uthmaan Ibn `Affan al-Ghani (d. 24 H.) (hts-brief note)
24


al-`Abbas (d. 32 H.) [nuh]
32


Ka`b al-Akhbar (d. 32? H.)
[ahm-fb]: yemeni rabbi, converted to Islam, reported many Israelite stories

? 32


Abu Darda' (d. 32)
= `Uwaymar (or `Amir) ibn Zayd
[Ziarat al-Sham p. 45]: great scholar, imam and zahid, and hadith narrator, inserted as judge of Damascus by `Umar b. al-Khattab
passed away during the reign of Caliph sayyiduna Uthman Ibn 'Affan (?!? d. 24 ?!?)
buried in bab al-Saghir
his wife Umm Darda' al-sughra is buried in the same grave, she was a tabi`i
signs with both of their names were found in 1932 20 m west of the grave of sayyidina Mu`awiah (cf ZaS p.46:f7)

32
Dimashq
أبو درداء عويمر الخزرجي الصحابي الأنصاري
Khawla bint al-Azur (d. 35 H.)
خولة بنت الأزور الصحابية - Sister of  Darar b.al-Azur. One of the bravest women who fought in the battlefield.

35
Dimashq
خولة بنت الأزور الصحابية ت ‮٥٣‬هـ
  وهي من أشجر النساء في عصرها
Hudhayfah ibn al-Yaman (d. 36 H.) [islaam-t]
[ZaSh p. 9] owner of the secret (sahib al-sirr) of the P (s), one of those told "عليكم بالشام"

36

حذيفة بن اليمن، أبو عبد الله حذيفة بن حسل بن جابر الهباسي
Talhah ibn Ubaydillah (d. 36 H.) [islaam-t]
36


`Ali ibn Abi Talib al-Murtada (d.38 H.) [hts]
38


Labid b. Rabi`a, al-sahabi (d. 41 H.)
poet

41

    لبيد بن ربيعة الصحابي الشاعر المخضرم، توفي سنة 41هـ، أنظر ترجمته في الاستيعاب لابن عبد البر، ج 3 ص 1352، وفي الإصابة لابن حجر ج 6 ص 4 وفي أسد الغابة لابن الأثير ج 4 ص 260 وفي كتاب الأغاني للأصفهاني ج 15 ص 291. وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 5 ص 240
Zayd ibn Thabit (d. 42 or 48H) [islaam-t]
42/
48?


`Amr ibn al-`As (d. 42? H.)
[ahm-fb]
of the sahaba who wrote down hadith [sheikh Akram]

42?


Abu Musa al-Ash`ari (d. 44 H) [islaam-t]
44


Sa'eed ibn Zayd (d. 50 H) [islaam-t]
50


Has’n b.  Thabit b. al-Mundhir al-Ansari, sahabi

54
Madina
حسان بن ثابت بن المنذر الخزرجي الأنصاري ، صحابي جليل، وهو شاعر النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم، عاش 120 سنة، ستون منها في الجاهلية، ومثلها في الإسلام، توفي بالمدينة المنورة عام 54هـ قال المبرد في الكامل : أعرق قوم كانوا في الشعراء آل حسان، فإنهم يعدون ستة في نسق، كلهم شعراء، وهم : سعيد بن عبد الرحمان بن حسان بن ثابت بن المنذر بن حرام. انظر ترجمته في الإصابة لابن حجر العسقلاني ج 1 ص 326 وفي تهذيب التهذيب لابن حجر العسقلاني ج 2 ص 247 وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 2 ص 175
Abu Hurayrah (d. 59 H) [islaam-t]
59


Mu`awiah b. Abi Sufyan (d. 61)
[ZaS p, 46-47]:
Appointed by Sayyiduna `Umar as Amir over Damascus, served for 20 years, then as a Caliph for another 20 years. Buried in Bab al-Saghir. However, Abu Bakr al-Muhibb and ibn Taymiyyah- and Ibn Kathir supports it - say that Mu`awiah's grave is in the qibla wall of thee Umawi mosque in the green Amara castle (في الحائة القبلي من جامع دمشق في قصر الأمارة الخضراء), that pple call the grave of Hud (though Hud is unanimously buried in Yaman), and htat the Mu`awiah that is ouside bab al-Saghir is Abu Layla Mu`awiah b. Yazid b. Mu`awiah, who ruled for 40 days and was virtuous and ascetic.
[ZaSh p. 10:f2] Umawi ruler in Sham (~ 20-70)
~20
60/
61
Dimashq
معاوية بن صخر بن أبي سفيان القرشي الأموي
=
معاوية بن صخر بن أمية بن حرب بن عبد الشمس القرشي الأموي الصاحبي
'Alqama [ibn Qays] (d. 62) [gfh-imitated]
[sheikh Akram]: of the great muhaddithin if Kufa

62


Rabi` ibn ….
of the great muhaddithin if Kufa, related from `AbduAllah ibn Mas`ud [sheikh Akram]

?


Aswad
[sheikh Akram] of the great muhaddithin if Kufa

?


Masruq [ibn al-Ajda'] (d. 63) [gfh-imitated]
63


Ibn `Abbas (d. 68 H.) [islaam-t]
68


Zayd b. Arqam al-Ansari al-Khazraji (d. 68 H.)
68


Zhalim b. `Amr b. Sufyan b. Jandal. known as Abu al-Aswad
Sayyiduna `Ali made him governor over Basra

69
(Basra)
     ظالم بن عمرو بن سفيان بن جندل، المعروف بأبي الأسود الدؤلي ، واضع علم النحو، ولاه الإمام علي كرم الله وجهه على البصرة، وبها توفي عام 69هـ، وهو أول من عمل على تنقيط المصحف الكريم، لتسهيل قراءته على عامة الناس، أنظر ترجمته في الإصابة لابن حجر العسقلاني رقم الترجمة 4322، وفي وفيات الأعيان لابن خلكان ج 1 ص 240، وفي إنباه الرواة للقفطي ج 1 ص 314، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 3 ص 237، وفي الفكر السامي للحجوي ج 1 ص 389 رقم الترجمة 124
'AbÓda al-Salmani (d. 74) [gfh-imitated]
74


Jabir al-Khazraji (d 78) -nuh
78


Abu Idris al-Khawlani (b. 8 - d. 80 H.), tabi¥i
faqih, wa`izh, who preached sternly to the pple of Damascus during the caliphate of Abd al-Malik; al-Dhahabi called him the scholar of the pple of Sham. [ZaSh p. 9:f1]
8
80
(Dimashq)
أبو إدريس الخولاني، عائذ الله بن عبد الله بن عمر الخوالني الدمشقي، التابعي
W’thilah ibn al-Asqa` (d.83 /  85 H.)
[ZaSh p. 9:f4] says d. 83
sahabi of ahl al-suffa, served the Prophet (s) for 3 years
the last sahabi to pass away in Damascus
22
83
Dimashq
واثلة بن الأسقع بن عبد الاعزى بن عبد ياليل الليثي الكناني، صحابي من أهل الصفة
`Abd al-Malik b. Marwan
- of the umawi rulers, faqih w. wide knowledge, pious; the first in islam to be called `abd al-Malik [Ziarat al-Sham p. 33:f4]
- his wife Umm al-banain `Atiqa bint Yazid b. Mu`awiah b. Abi Sufian is buried outside bab al-Jabiah west of damascus [Ziarat al-Sham p. 33]
26
87
Dimashq

MuTarrib b. al-Shakhkhir
MuTarrib b.  `AbdAllah b. al-`Awid al-Shakhkhir, Abu `AbdAllah al-Basri, tabi`i 
من البضلاى الثقات، أسند الحديقث عن أبيه وعن علي وعثمان ررعمار وعاىشة.
Among his sayings, "The pple wiht most faults are those who most mention ohter's faults" (أكثر  الناس  خطايا أفرعهم لذكر خطايا الناس  )
[Adab al-Suhba p. 43f2] Mentioned in al-Sha`rani's al-Tabaqat al-Kubra,  al-Kawakib al-Durriyya, Al-ISaba. Tabaqat al-Huffazh

87
Basra
مطر الشخير
Abu al-Sha'tha' [Jabir ibn Zayd al-Azdi] (d. 93) [gfh-imitated]
93


'Urwa [ibn al-Zubayr] (d. 93-101?) [gfh-imitated]
took hadith from ¥Aishah, she was his maternal aunt [sheikh Akram]

93-
101?


Sa'id ibn al-Musayyib or al-Musayyab (d. 93)[gfh-imitated]
= Sa`id b. al-Musayyib b. Harb b. Abi Wahhab, al-Makhzumi al-Qurashi Abu Muhammad (b. 13 – d. 94 in Madina). Sayyid al-tabi`in, one of hte 7 fuqaha in Madina. Faqih, muhaddith, zahid. Mae his living by trading oil. He stack to the ahkam of `Umar b. al-Khattab, to the point that he was called "راوي عمر".  Heard the adhan from the grave of the Prophet (s) when the mosque was empty and no prayers were held there for three days. [Adab al-Suhba p. 56f2] Mentioned in al-Sha`rani's al-Tabaqat al-Kubra,  al-Kawakib al-Durriyya, al-Tabaqat li-Ibn Sa`d.
13
93/
94
Madina

Sa'id ibn Jubayr (d. 94) [gfh-imitated]
94


Zain al-`abidin, `Ali b. al-Husayn b. `Ali b. Abi Talib (38-94)
called "`Ali the younger", he has a masjid in the north-estern part of the Umawi mosque, where he used too pray 1000 rakat every day [Ziarat al-Sham p.  20]
38
94

زين العابدين، عاي بن الحسين بن علي ين أبي طالب
SA`id b. Jubayr al-Asadi al-Kufi (b. 35 – d. 95)
of ethiopian origin, student of ¿bdAllahi b. `Abbas and Ibn `Umar, buried in al-Wasit [kitab al-isharat]
35
95
al-Wasit
Ibrahim al-Nakha`i (d. 96)
[Tahdhib al-asma]:
faqih of the pple of Kufa
tabi`, met sayyidatuna Aisha, but no narration from her is confirmed
He heard from the greatest of hte tabi`in, among them `Alqama and his two maternal uncles, Aswad and `Abd al-Rahman the two sons of Yazid, al-Masruq, Abu `Ubayda b. `Abd Alllah et al.
From him narrated amongst others: al-A`mash, and Hammad b. Abi Sulayman the sheikh of Abu Hanifa


96

  أبر عمران إبراهيم بن يزيد ين قيس بن الأسرد بن عمر بن زبيعة بن ذهل بن سعد بن مااك بن النخع النخعي الكوفي
وأمه مليكة بنت يزيد بم قيس أخت الإسود بن يزيد
وهر تابع جليل
al-Walid b. `abd al-Malik b. Marwan (96)
built the Umawi mosque, after demolishing the church that was in its place; also rebuilt the Prophets (s) mosque in Madina and the Dome of hte Rock in Jerulsalem.
buried in Bab al-Saghir, 20 armlengths north of Mu`ayiah [Ziarat al-Sham p.  75]

96
Dimashq

'Ubayd Allah ibn 'Abd Allah (d. 98 or 99) [gfh-imitated] [hts]
98/
99?





118







Sahaba - no dating









Ibn Jarrah
He was one of the ten promised Janna. He was amir of the mujahids at the time of the  opening Dimashq.
Outside Bab al-Jabia, Abu `Ubayda built a mosque over the place of worship of ibn Jarrah, known as Masjid Ibn `Ubayda [ZaSh p. 34]




Aws b. Aws al-sahabi
he was someone other than Aws b. Abi Aws and Aws b. Hadhifa, as verified by Ibn Hajar
sahabi, of ahl-al-sufa, who lived in Sham, his house was his place of worship, it was opposite the city wall of Damascus, opposite of the southern alley, as mentioned in al-Nawawi's Tahdhib, and Abu Ishaq Ibrahim al-Naji d. 900 said his house was were the Sabuniyyah madrasa is. His grave is opposite of the Sabuniyyah madrasa in Damascus. (d. towards the end of the caliphate of Sayyiduna `Uthman) [Ziarat al-Sham p. 43-44]

~20
Dimashq

`Aisha as-Siddiqa [hts]



Anas ibn Malik [hts]



`Abdullah ibn Mas`ud [hts]








Abida al-Madaniyyah
Transmitted hadith from Anas b. Malik, wife (originally slave) of the Andalusian scholar in tradition Habib Dahhun




Abda bin Bishr
grand-daughter of Abida al-Madaniyyah, Transmitted hadith from Anas b. Malik




UMM `UMARA NASIBA BINT KA`B al-Ans.’riyya al-Khazrajiyya al-Najj’riyya al-M’ziniyya
(fought alongside with the Prophet (s)) [gfh]




Jabal b. Mu`adh (Mu`adh b. Jabal meant?)
Buried near Bab Sharqi [ZaSH]


Dimashq
Ib’n b. Ib’n (sahabi d. ..) 
Buried near Bab Sharqi [ZaSh]


Dimashq
Abu b. Ka`b (sahabi d. ..)
Buried near Bab Sharqi (disputed) [ZaSh]


Dimashq
Hujr b. `AdÓ and his companions, who where killed by Mu`awiyah:
His legs are buried in masjid al-aqSab near Maqbara al-Dahdah [ZaSh p. 94 ]


Dimashq






Ahl al-bayt:








`Ali b. Abi Talib:
al-Harawi mentions a shrine in Takrit and one in Hilla




al-Hasan ibn `Ali [hts]



al-Hussayn ibn `Ali [hts]
al-Harawi mentions a shrine in Mosul




Muhammad b. al.Hassan b. `Ali b. Abi Talib:
al-Harawi mentions his tomb in Baghdad




al-Harawi mentions a Mashad al-Nuthur (shirne of vows) i the Khayzarun cemetry in Baghdad (“whoever makes a vow will have his prayers answered”) containing the tombs of:



1. Ja`far b. al.Hassan b. `Ali b. Abi Talib: al-Harawi mentions his tomb in Baghdad



2. `UbaydAllah b. M. b. `Umar b. `Ali b. Hussein b. `Ali b. Abi Talib



3. `AbdAllah b. `Umar al-Ashraf b. `Ali Zayn al-`Abidin b. al-Hussein b. `Ali b. Abi Talib













Bara b. Malik: companion, brother of Anas b. Malik, buried in Baghdad [harawi]

Baghdad

`Amr b. Ma`adi: companion, buried in Mosul [harawi]

Musul

Talha b. Khuwaylid: companion, buried in Mosul [harawi]

Musul
Samura b. Jundub: companion, buried in Kufa [harawi]

Kufa

Khabbab b. Arrat: companion, buried in Kufa [harawi]

Kufa
Abu Barza : companion, buried in Kufa [harawi]

Kufa
`AbdAllah b. Ma`qil: : companion, buried in Basra [harawi]

Basra






Abu Shah
from Iran, he and `amr ibn al-`As where of the sahaba who wrote down hadith [sheikh Akram]




Abu Bakr b. Dawud
Narrated to the pple of isfahan 4000 hadith from memory [sheikh Akram]




Marwan ibn Mu`awiyyah
Tested Abu Hurayrah’s hadith memorisation [sheikh Akram]




`Amrah bint `AbdalRahman
related hadith from `Aishah [sheikh Akram]














Isnad of Imam Aub Hanifa:
Imam Abu Hanifa [d. 150] from
Hammad b. Abi Sulayman [d. ?] from
Ibrahim al-Nakha`i [d. 96] from
`Alqamah [d. 62] and Aswad from
`Abdullah ibn Mas`ud and others




Golden chains:



سلسبات الذهب
1-
al-Zuhriyy [d. 124] from
Salim from
his father




 ١ـ الزهريّ عن
سالم عن
عن أبيه
2. -
Ibn Sirin from
`Abida from
`Ali




٢ـ ابن سرين
عن عبيدة عن
عليّ

3 - The Kufan isnad
[Sulayman] al-A`mash [d. 148] from
Ibrahim [b. Yazid al-Nakha`i d. 96] from
`Alqama [d. 62] from
[`AbduAllah] Ibn Mas`ud




٣ـ الأعمش عن
أبراهيم عن
علقمة عن
ابن مسعود

4-
al-Zuhriyy [d. 124] from
`Ali b. Husayn from
his father from
`Ali



٤ـ الزهري عن
علي بن الحسين عن
عن أبيه
عن علي

5. - The Madinan isnad
(al-Shafi`i from)
Malik from
N’fi`[mawla Ibn `Umar d. 1١7 i Madina] from
Ibn `Umar

The soundest chain acc. to Bukhari




٥ـ  الشابعي عن
مالك عن
نافع عن
 ابن عمر





The fuqaha’ amongsst the sahabah:



`Abdullah ibn Mas`ud



Mu`ad ibn Jabal (d 18 / 20)




`Ubayd ibn Ka`b



Zayd ibn Thabit













Umayyad caliphs:



1. - Mu`awiah al-awwal b. Sufyan b. (…) b. Umayyah (r. 41- d.60)
60


2. - Yazid al-awwal b. Mu`awiyya (r. 60 –d.64)
64


3. - Mu`awiyyah al-thani b. Yazid (r.64) abdicated



4. - Marwan al-awwal b. al-Hukam b. Abul-`as b. Umayyah (t. 64-65)
65


5. - `Abd al-Malik b.Marwan (r. 65-86)
86


6. – al-Walid al-awwal b. `Abd al-Malik (r. 86-96)
96


7. – Sualyman b. `Abd al-Malik (r. 96-99)
99


8. - `Umar b. `Abd al-`Aziz b. Marwan al-awwal (r. 99-101)
101


9. – Yazid al-thani b. `Abd al-Malik (r. 101-105)
105


10. – Hashim b. `Abd al-Malik (r. 105-120)
120


11. – al-Walid al-thani b. Yazid b. `Abd al-Malik (r. 125-126)
126


12. – Yazid al-thalith b. al-Walid al awwal b. `Abd al-Malik (r. 126)
126


13. – Marwan al-thani b. Muhammad b. Marwan al-awwal (t. 126-132)
132













2nd C







`Umar b. `Abd al-`Aziz b. Marwan al-Umawi,
[Adab al-Suhba p. 106f2]:
the righteous caliph, called the 5th of the righly guided caliphs, Abu Hafs . His wife, Fatima bint `Abd al-Malik gave witness of his taqwa.
His rule lasted 2 and a falf years, like that of Sayyidina Abu Bakr al-siddiq
Died poisoned in 101, buried in Badi`al-Sam`ani what is now ArD al-Ma`rah

101


`Abdullah ibn Burayda (d. 105 H.) [nuh]
105


al-Qasim [ibn Muhammad] (d. 106) [gfh-imitated]
106


al-Sha'bi (d. 104 or 105 or 106) [gfh-imitated]
104/
105/
106?


al-Hasan al-Basri (d. 110 H.)
= al-Hasan al-Basri(b. 21 h in Madina – d. 110 H in Basra)
(hts-brief note)[ghf] (lÂng)[cm] [islaam-t] [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
[sheikh Akram]: Of the great muhaddithin of Basra
[Adab al-Suhba p. 43f1]: Mentioned in al-Sha`rani's al-Tabaqat al-Kubra,  al-Kawakib al-Durriyya, al-A¥lam, Shadharat al-Dhahab

21
110
Basra

Abu Muhammad Ibn Sirin al-Basri al-Ansari (d. 110 in Basra)
[gfh-imitated][harawi]
His two daughters Karima and Hafsa are also buried in Basra [Harawi]
[sheikh Akram]: Of the great muhaddithin of Basra
[hts-briefs]:
Perhaps the most outstanding student of Imaam `Ali ibn Abi  Taalib, as well as a long time disciple of Shaikha Raabi`a al-`Adawiyyah. He was the son of two freed slaves of the   two Sahaaba Umm ul-Mu’minin Umm Salama and Sayyiduna Zaid ibn Thaabit. Imaam al-Basri studied Tasawwuf as well as the science of hadith. His   constant practice was to wear a black turban.

33
110
Basra
محمد بن سيرين البصري ، إمام وقته في علوم الدين بالبصرة، ولد بها سنة 33هـ، وبها توفي سنة ‍‍110هـ، ينسب له كتاب تعبير الرؤيا، وهو مطبوع، أنظر ترجمته في وفيات الأعيان لابن خلكان ج 1 ص 453، وفي حلية الأولياء لأبي نعيم ج 2 ص 263، وفي كشف الظنون لحاجي خليفة ج 2 ص 1058، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 6 ص 154، وفي الطبقات الكبرى للشعراني ج 1 ص 36، رقم الترجمة 49
Wahb ibn Munabbih (d. 110? H.)
[ahm-fb]: yemeni muhaddith regarded as thiqqah (some of his hadith are in SH)

110?


Muhammad bin Ali al-Baqir (d. 114 H.)
father of Ja`far al-Sadiq (d. 148)

114


Hamam b. Ghalib b. Sa`sa`a (b. 20 in Basra - d. 114)
called al-Farazdaq
arabic poetry transmitter
20
114
(Basra)
همام بن غالب بن صعصعة الملقب بالفرزدق ، من رواد الشعر العربي، ولد بمدينة البصرة سنة 20هـ ونشأ فيها، وتجول في البادية فتطبع بطبائعها، وكانت وفاته رحمه الله سنة 114هـ أنظر ديوان الفرزدق، شرحه وضبطه وقدم له الأستاذ علي فاغور ص 5 وفي كتاب الأغاني للأصفهاني ج 9 ص 324 وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 8 ص 93 وفي معاهد التنصيص للعباسي ج 1 ص 45
`Amr b. Dinar al-Jamhi, Abu Muhammad al-Makki al-'Athram (d. 115 AH) scholar & narrator [ghadir]
[sheikh Akram]:
of the great tabi`in of Hijaz (al-tabi`in al-kibar),
amongst his students where Abu Hanifa and Sufyan;
Malik disavowed his hadith “because I saw him narrating hadith while standing”


115


N”fi` Mawla Ibn `Umar (d. 127 in Madina)
[tahdhib al-asma]:
Heard from sahaba such as: his master Ibn `Umar, Abu Hurayra, Abu Sa`id al-Khadari, Abu Lubaba, R’fi`b. KhadÓj, `Aisha, al-Rubbayyi`bitn Ma`šdh.
And from tabi`in in such as: ...
From him narrated: (long list including) hg-Zuhriyy, al-A`mash, al-Awza`Ìyy, Malik etc.

117
Madina
أبو عبد الله نافع بن هرمزة
Makhul
[ZaSh p. 102]:
"imam of the pple of Sham"
lived at the time of `Umar b. `Abd al.`Aziz
went with him to qasiun to ask for rain
[Tahdib al-asma]:
faqih. tabi`
freed slave who lived in Dimashq and passed away there
travelled widely to obtain knolwedge
narrated from sahab such as: Anas b. Malk, Abu Hind al-D^ariyy, W’thila b. al-Asq`, ... , Umm Ayman; and from tabi`in such as Ibn Musayyib, Warrad the writer of Mughira, masruq, ...., `Urwa b. Zubayr,  Umm Darda' al-Sughra et al.
From him narrated (long list including) al-Auza`iyy, al-Zuhriyy et al.


118
Dimashq
أبو عبد الله مكحول بن زيد
كان يسكن دمشق وداره عند طرف سوق الأحد

Al-Zuhriyy, Abu Bakr M. b. Muslim b. `Ubaydallah b. `Abd Allah b. Shihab al-Qarshi (d. 124)
[ghadir] [gfh-imitated]: scholar & narrator
[sheikh Akram]:
of the great tabi`in (al-tabi`in al-kibar) in Hijaz,
“he was amongst the tabi`in what Abu Hurayra was amonst the sahaba”
teacher of `Uyayna and A`mash

124
(Hijaz)

Yahya ibn Abi Kathir
of the great tabi`in (al-tabi`in al-kibar), in Basra [sheikh Akram]

?


Qatadah - Da`amah (?)
of the great tabi`in (al-tabi`in al-kibar), in Basra [sheikh Akram]

?


`Abd al-Rahman b. Qasim b. Muhammad b. Abi Bakr, Abu M. al-Taymi (d. 126 )[ghadir]
126


Malik ibn Dinar (d. 127) [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
127


Bakr b. Sawadah b. Thamamah, Abu Thamamah al-Basri (d. 128 ) [ghadir]
128


Abu al-Zinad (d. 130) [gfh-imitated]
130


`Abd Allah b. Abi Najih Yasar, Abu Yasar al-Makki al-Thaqafi (d. 131 ) [ghadir]
131


`ATa al-Salmi
from Basra [Adab al-Suhba p. 107f1]

132


Malik ibn Dinar (d. 130) =? Malik ibn Dinar (d. 127) [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
130


Ayyub al-Sikhtyani (d. 131) [gfh-imitated]
131


Mughirah b. Miqsam, Abu Hisham al-Dabbi al-Kufi al-Hafiz (d. 132) [ghadir]
132


Rabi'a (d. 136) [gfh-imitated]
136


Khalid b. Zayd, Abu `Abd al-Rahim al-Jamhi al-Misri (d. 139) [ghadir]
139


al-Hasan b. al-Hakam al-Nakha`i, Abu al-Hasan al-Kufi (d. 140 ) [ghadir]
140


Abu Bakr b.`Umar b. Hafs (d. 141)
141


Yahya b. Sa`id b. Hayyan, Abu Hayyan al-Taymi al-Kufi (d. 145 ) scholar & narrator [ghadir]
145


`Abd al-Malik b. Abi Sulayman Maysarah, Abu M. al-`Arzami al-Kufi (d. 145) [ghadir]
145


`Awf b. Abi Jamilah, Abu Sahl al-`Abdi al-Hajri al-Basri al-A`rabi (d. 146 ) [ghadir]
146


`Ubayd Allah b. `Umar b. Hafs b. `Asim b. `Umar b. al-Khattab al-`Adwi al-`Amri al-Madani (d. 147 ) [ghadir]
147


Nu`aym b. al-Hakim al-Mada'ini (d. 148 ) [ghadir]
148


Muhammad b. `Abd al-Rahman b. Abi Layla (d. 148 in Kufa)
qadi, of ashab al-ra'yi, held the judgeship and the governance of Kufa during 33 years under the Umayyads, then under the `Abbasides
he had akhbar from imam Abu Hanifa and others.

148
Kufa
محمد بن عبد الرحمان بن أبي ليلى ، قاض فقيه، من أصحاب الرأي، ولي القضاء والحكم بالكوفة لبني أمية، ثم لبني العباس، واستمر في ذلك 33 سنة، له أخبار مع الإمام أبي حنيفة وغيره، توفي بالكوفة عام 148هـ، أنظر ترجمته في الوافي بالوفيات لابن شاكر الكتبي ج 3 ص 221، وفي ميزان الإعتدال للذهبي ج 3 ص 87، وفي وفيات الأعيان لابن خلكان ج 1 ص 452، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 6 ص 189
Talhah b. Yahya b. Talhah b. `Ubayd Allah al-Taymi al-Kufi (d. 148) [ghadir]
148


Ja`far b. Muhammad as-Sadiq (f. 80 - d. 148 H.)
His father was Muhammad b. Baqir (d. 114)
[Tahdib al-asma]:
narrated from al-N’fi`, al.Zuhriyy and others; from him narrated: Mallik, al-Sufyan, Shu`ba et al.
80
148

أبو عبد الله جعفر بن محمد بن علي بن  الحسين بن علي بن أبي طالب الهاشمي المدني الصادق
وأمه أم فروة بنت القاسم ين محمد بن أبي بكر الصديق
Abu M. Suleyman al-A`mash (d. 148)
[ahm-fb]: Kufan muhaddith, student of Zuhri & Anas b. Malik; one of the qiraat al-Qur’an named after him
[sheikh Akram] of the great tabi`in (al-tabi`in al-kibar), in Kufa
Den st–rste k”nnare av islamiska traditioner (muhaddith) som levde i Kufah under den tiden var Sulaiman b. Mihran, b”ttre k”nd under namnet Amash. Amash hade l”rt direkt under Anas bin Malik, som varit personlig medhj”lpare till Profeten Muhammad (frid vare med honom) under hans sista tio levnadsÂr. Bland Amashs elever var Sufyan Thauri och Shubah, ”ven de stora hadith-auktoriteter. Shubah var bÂde l”rare och medstudent till Abu Hanifa, och var mycket f”st vid honom, och Amash blev med tiden sj”lv elev till Abu Hanifa.
[no entry in Tahdhib al-asma]

148
(Kufa)

Abu Ishaq al-Saba`i (?)
of the great tabi`in (al-tabi`in al-kibar), in Kufa [sheikh Akram]




Imam Abu Hanifa (d. 150 H.) [hts] [islaam-t] [bmk](p svenska) [a`lam al-sufiyyah] 80
150
Baghdad

Ibn Jurayj (d. 150) [gfh-imitated]


150







Hanash b. al-Harith b. Laqit, al-Nakha`i al-Ashja`i al-Kufi (d. 150 ) [ghadir]



Musa b. Ya`qub b. `Abd Allah, Abu M. al-Zam`i al-Asadi (d. 150 ) [ghadir]



Hani' b. Ayyub al-Hanafi al-Kufi (d. 150 ) [ghadir]



Sa`d b. `Ubaydah, Abu Hamzah al-Salmi al-Kufi (d. 150 ) [ghadir]



al-`Ala b. Salim al-`Attar al-Kufi, (Shaykh al-Ashaj Abi Sa`id) (d. 150 ) [ghadir]



Muslim b. Salim, Abu Farwah al-Nahdi al-Jahni al-Hamdani al-Kufi (d. 150 ) [ghadir]



Musa b. Muslim, Abu `Isa al-Hazami al-Tahhan al-Shaybani al-Kufi (d. 150) (known as Musa al-Saghir) [ghadir]



Ya`qub b. Ja`far b. Abi Kathir al-Ansari al-Madani (d. 150 ) [ghadir]



`Uthman b. Sa`d b. Murrah, Abu `Abd Allah (Abu `Ali) al-Qarshi al-Kufi (d. 150 ) [ghadir]



Muhammad b. Khalid, Ibn `Athmah (or `Uthmah) al-Hanafi al-Basri (d. 150 ) [ghadir]








Ibn Ishaq (d. 151 )
= Abu Abd Allah Muhammad b. Ishaq b. Yasar al-Thaqafi al-Madani [ghadir]
=? Muhammad Ibn Ishaq (d. 150 H.)
[ahm-fb]: muhaddith, studied in Madinah and Alexandira, settled in Bagdad; know for his sira

151

Abu Amya Wahib b. al-Ward b. Abi al-Ward al-Makhrumi
his name was actually `Abd al-Wahhab
(metioned in Abu Nu`aym's Hilya al-Awlia)

153
Makka
أبو أمية وهيب بن الورد بن أبي الورد المخزومي ، من خاصة العباد، توفي بمكة عام 153هـ، وكان اسمه (عبد الوهاب) فصغر فقيل : وهيب، انظر ترجمته في حلية الأولياء لأبي نعيم ج 8 ص 140، وفي صفة الصفوة لابن الجوزي ج 2 ص 123، وفي طبقات الصوفية لأبي عبد الرحمان السلمي ص 44، وفي مرآة الجنان لليافعي ج 1 ص 323، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 8 ص 126
Mis`ar b. Kidam b. Zahir, Abu Salmah al-Hilali al-`Amiri al-Rawasi (d. 153 ) [ghadir]
153

al-Hakam b. Aban, Abu `Isa al-`Adni (d. 154 ) [ghadir]
154


Ma'mar [ibn Rashid] (d. 154) [gfh-imitated]
=Ma`mar (Mu`ammar) b. Rashid, Abu `Urwah al-Azdi al-Basri (d. 153 ) [ghadir];
`Abdal-Razzaq al-san`ani (d. 211) took hadith from him [sheikh Akram]

154


[Sa'id] Ibn Abi 'Aruba (d. 156) [gfh-imitated]
156


`Abd Allah b. Shawdhab, Abu `Abd al-Rahman al-Balkhi al-Khurasani (d. 157 )
157


`Abd al-Rahman b. `Amr al-Awza'i al-Shami al-Dimashqi (b. 88 in Ba`labak - d. 157 or 158? H in Bayrut)
[gfh] [cr]
[sheikh Akram]: Muhaddith of Sham
[hts-brief note]: (88-158 H.)
Shaikh ul-Islam and one of the foremost collectors of   the ahaadith with the other four great imaams, he was born and bred in today’s   Syria. He narrated and learned from more than 11 students of the Sahaaba. He   spoke truth and righteousness wherever he went and had not fear of the governmental   authorities or what others might think of him for telling the truth.
[Tahdhib al-asma]: (long entry)
Born in Ba`labak 88 H, died 157 H. in Bayrut. His name is possibly derived from the name of a village outside Bab al-faradis in Damascus, where he lived, and where a number of different tribes gathered in the early times of Islam.
Imam ahl al-Sham undsputedly. All of Sham and Maghrib were on his madhhab util they took the madhhab of Imam Makik. He lived outside Bab al_Farardis in Dimashq, then moved to Bairut,
Tabi`u al-tabi`in, heard  from tabi`in: `Ata b. Abi Rab’h, Qat’da, N’fi` mawla Ibn `Umar, al-Zuhriyy, et al. From him tiook his shuyukh, plus Malik, Sufyan, Shu`ba, Ibn al-Mubarak, and innumerable more.
Began to give fatwa at age of 13, said to have given fatwa ion 70-80.000 masa'il

88
157
Bayrut

Ibn al-Majishun (d. 158?) [gfh-imitated]
158?


Ibn Abi Dhi'b (d. 158) [gfh-imitated]
158


Kathir b. Zayd, Abu Muhammad al-Aslami al-Sahmi (d. 158 )
(known as Ibn ma qabah) [ghadir]

158


Imam Zufar (d. 158) (mentioned by gfh as hanafi)
158


Shu`ba b. al-Hajjaj b. al-Ward, Abu Bastam al-Wasiti al-Azdi al-Basri (d. 160 )
[ghadir]
Formost among the muhaddithin of Basra, “like the sun in hadith” [sheikh Akram]

160

Kamil b. al-`Ala, Abu al-`Ala al-Tamimi al-Sa`di al-Kufi (d. 160 ) [ghadir]
160

Shu'ba [ibn al-Hajjaj] (d. 160) [gfh-imitated]
160

Dawud al-Ta'i (d. 160 or 165) [Dawud_al-Tai-gfh.pdf]
160

Fudayl b. Marzuq al-Agharr, Abu `Abd al-Rahman al-Raqashi al-Rawasi al-Kufi (d. 160 ) [ghadir]
160


Sufyan al-Thawri (b. 97 in Kufa - d. 161 H. in Basra)
[Sufyan al-Thawri-gfh.pdf] [hts] [cr][gfh-imitated] [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
=Sufyan b. Sa`id b. Masruq al-Thawri, Abu `Abd Allah al-Kufi [ghadir]
[taqrib] Thiqqah Hafizh faqih
[sheikh Akram] passed away in Basra;
 “Amir al-Mu’minin fil hadith”
didn’t teach anyone except if he learnt the adab and accompanied him
[quoted in footnote to Q]
“Ya ma`shara al-`ulema’i ya milH al-balad / man YusliHu al-milHa idha al-milHu fasada? ”
[Adab al-Suhba p. 106f2]
Of bani Thawr of ibn `Abd Manat, born 97 in Kufa and grew up there.
The `Abassid Ruler al-Mansur tempted him with power but he declined. He then left Kufa and lived in Makka and Medina. Then al-Mahdi sought him, and he went into hiding and moved to Basra, where he passed away incognito in 161. "A man should not take sciences and hadith until he has worked on his adab for 20 years"
[hts-brief note]: (97-161 H.)
Known as Shaikh ul-Islam and Leader of the Believers   in hadith, he was one of the great students of the students of the Sahaaba.   He had his own madhhab in fiqh and was an absolute mujtahid. He was a contemporary   to Imaams Maalik and Abu Hanifa.

97
160/
161
Basra

Isra'il b. Yunus b. Abi Ishaq, Abu Yusuf al-Sabi`i al-Hamadani al-Kufi (d. 162) [ghadir]
162


Ibrahim Ibn Adham b. mansur al-Tamimi al-Balkhi, Abu Ishaq (b. in Makka – d. 161)
zahid, his father was a man of affunece in Balkh
He studied fiqh and travelled to Baghdad, travvelled around in `Iraq and Sham and Hijaz, making a living from the work of his hands. Ackompanied Sufyan al-Thawri (d. 161) and FuDail ibn `Iyad in Makka
story about his tawba...
[Adab al-Suhba p.59f1] al-A`lam, Tabaqat al-Suifyya, Tabaqat al-Awlia, Jami`Karamat al-Awlia, al-Sha`rami's al-Tabaqat al-Kubra
= Abu Ishaq Ibrahim ibn Ad-hami b. Mansur (d.162) [a`lam al-sufiyyah] [Q]
Met Sufian al-Thawri (97-161) and al-FaDil b. `IaD in Makka
Went to Sham and died there [Q]

161/
162
Sham?

Abd al-`Aziz ibn al-Majishun (d. 164) [arabic]
164


Dawid al-Ta’iyy (d. 166) [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
166


Ja`far b. Ziyad al-'Ahmar, Abu `Abd Allah al-Kufi (d. 167 ) [ghadir]
167


Qays b. al-Rabi`, Abu Muhammad al-Asadi al-Kufi (d. 167 ) [ghadir]
167


Hammad ibn Salama (d.167) [gfh-imitated]
=Hammad b. Salamah b. Dinar, Abu Salamah al-Khazaz al-Basri [ghadir]
[sheikh Akram]
Scholar of Basra; it was sayd: “the difference bewteen him and Hammad ibn Zaid al-Dirham (?) was like the difference between a dinar and a dirham” – however Hammad ibn Zaid (d. 179) (al-Dirham) surpassed him in hadith, and Bukhari would not narrate from him


167


N’fi`b. `Abd al-Rahman
[tahdhib al-asma]:
originally from Isbahan, passed away in madina year 179
one of the seven Q. reciters
not a hadith scholar acc. to Imam Ahmad
(N’fi`qir’'a is divided into Warsh and Q’lšn)

169
Madina

Abd Al-`Aziz al-Makhzumi (d. 170) [arabic]
170


`Abd Allah b. Lahi`ah b. `Uqbah, Abu `Abd al-Rahman al-Misri al-Hadrami (d. 174 ) [ghadir]
174


Al-Layth ibn Sa`d (d. 175) [cairo 2005]
175


Abu `Awanah al-Waddah b. `Abd Allah al-Yashkari al-Wasiti al-Bazzaz (d. 176 ) [ghadir]
176


Sharik b. `Abd Allah b. Abi Sharik (Sinan ?), Abu `Abd Allah al-Qadi al-Nakha`i al-Kufi (d. 177 )
[ghadir]
transmitted hadith to ibn Abi Shaybah when the latter was forteen of age (d. 235) [gfh]

177


Hammad ibn Zayd (d. 179)] [gfh-imitated]

179


al-Hiql ibn Zyad (d. 179) [gfh-imitated]
179


Imam Malik ibn Anas (d. 179 H.) [bb-hadith] [hts] [islaam-t] [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
179


Muslim al-Zanji (d. 180) [gfh-imitated]
180


`AbdAllah ibn al-Mubarak (b. 118 - d. 181 H.)
[hts] [ab] [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
[ahm-fb]: Muhaddith of Merv, student of imam Malik; “kitab al-zuhd”, “Kitab al-Jihad”
[gfh]: transmitted hadith to ibn Abi Shaybah (d. 235)
[hts-briefs]:
Imaam `Abdullah ibn alMubaarak (118-181 H.))
One of the 40 qaadis who passed rulings on the panel of Imaam   Abu Hanifa RH, he was a decorated war veteran and a master in the science of   hadith. He would send letters back from the battlefield to his friends and   ask them to join him.

118
181


`Ubayd Allah b. `Ubayd al-Rahman, Abu `Abd al-Rahman al-Ashja`i (d. 182) [ghadir]
182


Qadi Abu Yusuf (d. 182 H.)
= Abu Yusuf Ua`aub b. Ibrahim al-Nasari, b. 113, buried in Baghdad [harawi]
[hts] [ii, cm][al-Sahiban-gfh]
113
182
Baghdad
59. يعقوب بن إبراهيم بن حبيب الأنصاري الكوفي البغدادي ، عرف بأبي يوسف، تلميذ الإمام أبي حنيفة، فقيه محدث، تولى القضاء ببغداد في عهد ثلاثة خلفاء وهم : المهدي، والهادي، والرشيد، وهو أول من ألف في أصول فقه مذهب الإمام أبي حنيفة، ومصنفاته كثيرة منها : الخراج، والآثار، واختلاف الأمصار، والأمالي في الفقه والنوادر، والرد على مالك بن أنس، وأدب القاضي، والبيوع، والجوامع، وغيرهم. وكانت وفاته رحمه الله عام 182هـ، أنظر ترجمته في النجوم الزاهرة لابن تغري بردي ج 2 ص 107، وفي البداية والنهاية لابن كثير ج 10 ص 180، وفي وفيات الأعيان لابن خلكان ج 2 ص 303، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 8 ص 193
Nuh b. Qays b. Rabah, Abu Ruh al-Azdi al-Huddani al-Basri (d. 183) [ghadir]
183


al-Muttalib b. Ziyad b. Abi Zuhayr, Abu Talib al-Thaqafi al-Kufi (d. 185 ) [ghadir]
185


Rabi`a al-Adawiyyah (d. 185 H.)
Buried in Basra near her sister Habiba al-Adawiyyah and her
disciple and servant Maryam al-Basriyyah [Harawi]

185


Hassan b. Ibrahim b. `Abd Allah, Abu Hisham (Abu Hashim?) al-Kirmani al-`Anzi (d. 186)
[ghadir]

186


al-FaDil ibn `IaD (d. 187 in Makka) [a`lam al-sufiyyah] [Q]
187


Al-FaDil b. Mas`ud b. Bishr al-Tamimi [footnote to Q]
born in khurasan in the district of Abiurad; died in the the Haram of Makkah [Q]




Jarir b. `Abd al-Hamid b. Qart, Abu `Abd Allah al-Dabbi al-Thaqafi al-Razi al-Kufi (d. 188 ) [ghadir]
188


R’shid b. Mansa al-Awrabi

188

راشد بن منصة الأوربي ، خديم آل بيت الرسول المخلص، مولانا الإمام إدريس الأكبر رحمه الله ورضي عنه، اختلف في أصله فقيل أنه من العرب المولدين، وقيل أنه حبشي، وقيل أنه بربري من قبيلة أوربة، وقد سبي مع والده منصة في غزوة موسى بن نصير، ونقل معه إلى المشرق. وقد قال في حقه العلامة ابن زيدان، عند ترجمته له في كتابه إتحاف أعلام الناس : وقد صرح غير واحد من ثقات المؤرخين ومحققيهم بأنه كان له إلمام بالعلوم، ومعرفة تامة بالسياسة والأخبار، وأيام العرب  ووقائعها، والفروسية والرماية ومكايد الحرب، ذا قوة وحزم ونجدة وإقدام، ودهاء ونباهة ودين متين، وثبات ورسوخ وأمانة، وصلاح وورع وزهد وتقى، وإخلاص وحب ونصيحة في آل بيت الرسول صلى الله عليه وسلم، يوالي بموالاتهم ويعادي بمعاداتهم، إلخ ... وهو الذي قام بأمر الدولة الإدريسية بعد وفاة مولاي إدريس الأول عام 177هـ، كما كفل ابنه الإمام مولاي إدريس الثاني إلى أن شب وترعرع، وكانت وفاته رحمه الله شهيدا عام 188هـ، ودفن قريبا من ضريح المولى إدريس الأول بجبل زرهون في الجهة الجنوبية على يمين الخارج للمزارة العليا من الجامع الكبير هناك. انظر ترجمته في إتحاف أعلام الناس لابن زيدان ج 3 ص 64-66، وفي جذوة الإقتباس لابن القاضي ج 1 ص 16-26، وفي تاريخ ابن خلدون ج 4 ص 13، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 3 ص 11
M. ibn al-Hasan ash-Shaibani (d. 189 H.) [hts] [cm] [al-Sahiban-gfh] 131
189

محمد بن الحسن بن فرقد الشيباني ، تلميذ الإمام أبي حنيفة، وهو الذي نشر علمه ومذهبه، ولد بواسط عام 131هـ، ونشأ بالكوفة، له مصنفات مفيدة منها : المبسوط، والزيادات، والآثار، والسير، والجامع الكبير، والجامع الصغير، والأمالي، والموطأ، والأصل، والمخارج في الحيل، وغيرهم. توفي رحمه الله في الري عام 189هـ، أنظر ترجمته في البداية والنهاية لابن كثير ج 10 ص 202، وفي النجوم الزاهرة لابن تغري بردي ج 2 ص 130، وفي لسان الميزان لابن حجر العسقلاني ج 5 ص 121، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 6 ص 80
Ibn al-Qasim (d. 191 H.)
[hts-brief note]:
One of the long standing companions of Imaam Maalik ibn Anas, his level in Maaliki fiqh is like that of Imaam Abu Hanifa’s two famous students, Abu Yusuf and Muhammad ibn al-Hasan ash-Shaibaani. He died at the long lived age of 63, an accomplished source for the Maaliki School   and one of the main pools of righteousness that Imaam Sahnun, another Imaam   from the school, would collect from in order to document the rulings within   the school.

132
191
Misr
.أبو عبد الله عبد الرحمان بن القاسم العتقي المصري ، أشهر تلامذة الإمام مالك وأثبتهم رواية عنه، ولد بمصر عام 132هـ، وبها توفي في شهر صفر عام 191هـ، أنظر ترجمته في وفيات الأعيان لابن خلكان ج 1 ص 276، وفي حسن المحاضرة للسيوطي ج 1 ص 121، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 3 ص 323، وفي شجرة النور الزكية لمخلوف ص 58 رقم الترجمة 24، وفي الفكر السامي للحجوي ج 1 ص 516 رقم الترجمة 250.
al-Fadl b. Musa, Abu `Abd Allah al-Maruzi al-Sinani (d. 192 ) [ghadir]
192


M. b. Ja`far, Abu `Abd Allah Ghundur al-Hudhali al-Basri (d. 193) [ghadir]
193


Isma`il b. Ibrahim b. Muqsim, Abu Bishr al-'Asadi al-Basri (d. 193 )
known as Ibn `Ulayyah [ghadir]
transmitted hadith to ibn Abi Shaybah (d. 235) [gfh]

193


M. b. Fudayl b. Ghazwan b. Jarir, Abu `Abd al-Rahman al-Dabbi al-Kufi (d. 194 ) [ghadir]
194


M. b. Ibrahim b. Abi `Adi, Abu `Amr al-Salmi (d. 194 ) [ghadir]
194

M. b. Hazim (or Khazim), Abu Mu`awiyah al-Darir al-Tamimi al-Sa`di (d. 195) [ghadir]
195


al-Walid ibn Muslim (d. 195) [gfh-imitated]
195


Waki` ibn al-Jarrah (d. 197 H.)
=Waki` b. al-Jarrah b. Malih, Abu Sufyan al-Rawasi (d. 197 ) [ghadir]
(d. 197) [hts-brief note], [ghadir], [tahdhib al-asma]:,
(d. 196) [gfh-imitated]
[MY cairo 2005]: teacher of imam al-Shafi`i
[gfh]: transmitted hadith to ibn Abi Shaybah (d. 235)
[hts-brief note]:
One of the major students of Imaam Abu Hanifa and one of   his 40 qaadis that used to preside over fiqh cases, this noble scholar was   also one of the teachers of Imaam Ahmad ibn Hanbal.
[tahdhib al-asma]:
lived in Kufa, (b. 127 or 129 H. - d. 197)
(mentions only his relation to Imam Ahmad)
Narrated from and to (long lists)
Imam  Ahmad praised his wara`and and uprightness and adab and hifzh:
"I never saw any books or papers with him"
"He is more beloved to me than Yahya ibn Sa`id" because "Waki`was a friend to HafS b. Ghiy’s, and when he took up the the office as a judge we parted from him. And Yahya b. Sa`id was a friend to Ma`bad b. Mu`’dh. and Ma`bad took up the the office as a judge and Yahya did not part from him."
Ibn Ma`Ón said about him: He was in his time what al-Auz’ Ïyy was in his time."
buried in a village named Qaid midway between Kufa and Makka (foot note on his burial place)

127/
129
197
(Kufa)
ركيع بن الجراح بن مليح بن عدي بن فرس بن حمحمة وقيل بن فرس بن سفيان بن الحارث بن عمر بن صعصعة
أبو سفيان الرواسي الكوفي
من تابعي التابعين


من ديوان الشافعي ـ

شكيت على وكيع سوء حفظي
فأرشدني إلي ترك الكعاصي
وآخبرني بأن العلم نور
ونور الله لا يهدى لعاصي
 
Sufyan b. `Uyaynah b. Abi `Imran Maymun, Abu M. al-Hilali al-Kufi (b. 106 - d. 198 )
[ghadir] [cr] [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
[gfh]: transmitted hadith to ibn Abi Shaybah (d. 235)
[hts-brief note]:
A Makkan scholar of high repute who met some 85 students   of the Sahaaba, he was one of the most famous teachers of Imaam Ahmad ibn Hanbal. As a scholar of hadith and their application, he was sought after in his   time due to his rigorous standards in study as well as great erudition. He   taught Tasawwuf and the higher sciences of Qur’anic recital and interpretation.
[sheikh Akram]:
narrated from Al-Zuhri (d. 124) and Ibn Dinar (d. 115) (=the great tabi`in of Hijaz),
Sheikh of al-Shafi`i (d. 204) and ibn Hanbal (d. 241) and al-Bukhari (d. 256);
“If it were not for Malik and `Uyaynah, knowledge would have disappeared from Hijaz”


198
(Makka)

Ibn Wahb (d. 197 H. ) /mentioned by gfh as maliki/



Imam al-Amin Muhammad (abbasid caliph buried in Baghdad, r. 193-198 H.) [al-Harawi]



`Abd Allah b. Numayr, Abu Hisham al-Hamdani al-Kharifi (d. 199) [ghadir]



Idris b. Yazid, Abu `Abd Allah al-'Awdi al-Kufi (d. Unknown ) [ghadir]



Tawus
[hts-brief note]:
One of the top students of Sayyiduna Ibn `Abbas, he was also a teacher of `Umar ibn `Abdul `Aziz. He specialised   in the explanation and interpretation of the Qur’an and its’ sub-categories.










Sa`id al-Masid (?)



Hadith-narrator from Madinah;



It is said: “Sa`id b. Masid and Sufyan b. Thawri and Ihmad b. Hanbal –



there is nothing in Islam like these three men” [sheikh Akram]























3rd C








Mahfudh Ma`ruf b.Fayruz al-Karkhi (d. 200 in Baghdad) [Q] [a`lam al-sufiyyah] [harawi]
200


Al-'Azraq b. `Ali b. Muslim, Abu al-Jahm al-Hanafi al-Kufi (d. 200) [ghadir]
200

Abul Bukhtari (d. 200)
200

Damrah b. Rabi`ah, Abu `Abd Allah al-Qarshi al-Madani al-Filistini (d. 202 )[ghadir]
202

M. b. `Abd Allah b. Zubayr b. Dirham, Abu Ahmad al-Zubayri al-`Amri al-Habbal al-Asadi (d. 203 ) [ghadir]
203

Al-NaDr ibn Shumail al-Mazifi al-Basri (b. 122 - d. 203 H)
man of letters and hadith [Sabr al-`ulama #169] (n)

203

Mus`ab b. al-Miqdam, Abu `Abd Allah al-Khath`ami al-Kufi (d. 203 ) [ghadir]
203

Zayd b. al-Hubab b. al-Rayan, Abu al-Husayn al-`Akli al-Khurasani al-Kufi (d. 203 ) [ghadir]
203

Yahya b. Adam b. Sulayman, Abu Zakariyya al-Qarshi al-Umawi al-Kufi (mawla Al Abi Mu`it) (d. 203 ) [ghadir]
203

ABU DA'UD, Sulaiman bin Da'ud At-Taialisi: (d. 204 H.) [bb-hadith]
204

Imam al-Shafi`i (b. 150 in Ghazza - d. 204 H. in Cairo)
=al-Shafi`i, Muhammad b. Idris b. al-`Abbas b. `Uthman b. Shafi`, al-Shafi`i al-Matlabi [ghadir]
[bb-hadith] [hts] [gfh] + others [islaam-t] [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
150
204 Cairo محمد بن إدريس بن العباس بن عثمان بن شافع الهاشمي القرشي المطلبي ، أحد الأئمة الأربعة المجتهدين، وإليه ينسب المذهب الشافعي، ولد بغزة بفلسطين عام 150هـ، وتوفي بمصر عام 199هـ، وقبره معروف في القاهرة، وله تصانيف كثيرة منها: الأم، في علم الفقه، في سبع مجلدات، والرسالة، في أصول الفقه، وأحكام القرآن، والمسند في علم الحديث، واختلاف الحديث، وفضائل قريش، وأدب القاضي، والسبق والرامي، وغيرهم. وللحافظ عبد الرؤوف المناوي كتاب في التعريف به سماه : مناقب الإمام الشافعي، وللحافظ بن حجر العسقلاني تأليف فيه عنوانه : توالي التأسيس بمعالي ابن إدريس، أنظر ترجمته في طبقات الشافعية للسبكي ج 1 ص 185، وفي تذكرة الحفاظ للذهبي ج 1 ص 329، وفي إرشاد الأريب لياقوت الحموي ج 6 ص 367-398، وفي غاية النهاية لابن الجزري ج 2 ص 95، وفي تهذيب التهذيب لابن حجر العسقلاني ج 9 ص 25، وفي كشف الظنون لحاجي خليفة 1397، وفي البداية والنهاية لابن كثير ج 10 ص 251، وفي صفة الصفوة لابن الجوزي ج 2 ص 140، وفي تاريخ بغداد للخطيب البغدادي ج 2 ص 56-73، وفي الإنتقاء لابن عبد البر ج 66 ص 103، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 6 ص 26
Yazid ibn Harun (d. 206 H.) (hts-brief note)
206


Shababah b. Sawar, Abu `Amr al-Fazari al-Mada'ini (d. 206 ) [ghadir]
206

Abu Zakariyyah Yahya al-Farra¥
[ahm-fb]: persian grammarian, also muhaddith, best-known exponent of Kufan school of grammar

?


Nafisa al-Tahira (d. 204 or 208 H ?) [female]
204 / 206 ? Cairo

Al-'Aswad b. `Amir Shadhan, Abu `Abd al-Rahman al-Wasiti al-Shami (d. 208) [ghadir]
208


al-Husayn b. al-Hasan, Abu `Abd Allah al-Ashqar al-Fazari al-Kufi (d. 208 ) [ghadir]
208

al-Qadi Abu Yusuf (d. 208) [gfh-imitated]
208

Hafs b. `Abd Allah b. Rashid, Abu `Amr al-Salmi al-Nisaburi (d. 209 )
=(Qadi Nisabur) [ghadir]

209

`Abdur-Razzaq an-San`ani (d. 211 H.) (hts-brief note)
='ABDUR-RAZZAQ bin Humam: (d. 211 H.) [bb-hadith]
= al-San`ani, Abu Bakr `Abd al-Razzaq b. Hammam b. Nafi` al-Himyari
(Humam) [ghadir]
wrote the most famous of the Musannafat; took from Ma`mar (d. 153) [sheikh Akram]

211


al-Hasan b. `Atiyyah b. Najih, Abu `Ali al-Bazzaz al-Qarashi al-Kufi (d. 211 ) [ghadir]
211

Abd al-Malik b. al-Majishun (d. 212)
212

Mawlaya Idris b. Idris al-Hasani (177 - 213)
built the city of Fas
born on the Mountain Zarhun 177, was given bey`a to reign 188 at age less than 11 ... [skiredj]

177
213
Fas
مولانا إدريس بن إدريس الحسني ، باني مدينة فاس، ولد بجبل زرهون عام 177هـ وبويع له بالحكم عام 188هـ وعمره وقتذاك لا يتعدى 11 سنة، فاتسعت فتوحاته المظفرة، واستطاع في وقت وجيز أن يؤسس أول دولة مغربية إسلامية تمتد شرقا إلى حدود تونس، وله رضي الله عنه دور طلائعي في انتشار الإسلام بالمغرب، وكانت وفاته عام 213هـ انظر ترجمته في الإستقصا للناصري ج 1 ص 70-75 وفي جذوة الإقتباس لابن القاضي ص 24-41 وفي الأزهار العاطرة الأنفاس بذكر محاسن قطب المغرب وتاج مدينة فاس لمحمد بن جعفر الكتاني، وهو كتاب خاص بترجمته، وفي سلوة الأنفاس لنفس المؤلف ج 2 ص 69-83. وفي إتحاف أعلام الناس لابن زيدان ج 2 ص 17
Khalaf b. Tamim b. Abi `Itab, Abu `Abd al-Rahman al-Tamimi al-Darimi (d. 213 ) [ghadir]
213

`Abd Allah b. Yazid, Abu `Abd al-Rahman al-Maqri' al-Qasir al-`Adwi (d. 213) (mawla Al `Umar) [ghadir]
213

al-Husayn b. Muhammad b. Bihram, Abu Ahmad al-Mu'addab al-Tamimi al-Marudhi (d. 213 ) [ghadir]
213

`Ubayd Allah b. Musa b. Abi al-Mukhtar Badham, Abu M. al-`Absi al-Kufi (d. 213 ) [ghadir]
213

`Ali b. Qadim, Abu al-Hasan al-Khaza`i al-Kufi (d. 213 ) [ghadir]
213

M. b. Sulayman b. Abi Dawud, Abu `Abd Allah Bumah al-Harrani (d. 213 ) [ghadir]
213

`Abd Allah b. Dawud b. `Amir, Abu `Abd al-Rahman al-Khuraybi al-Hamadani al-Kufi (d. 213 ) [ghadir]
213

Abu `Amir QabiSah b. `Uqbah al-Suwa’iyy al-Kufi (d. 215)
Muhaddith, shiekh of imam Ahmad and al-Bukhari and others [Sabr 174]

215

`Ali b. al-Hasan b. Dinar (Shaqiq ?), Abu `Abd al-Rahman al-`Abdi al-Maruzi (d. 215) [ghadir]
215

Yahya b. Hammad b. Abi Ziyad, Abu Bakr (Khatan Abi `Awanah) al-Shaybani al-Basri (d. 215 ) [ghadir]
215

Ibn al-Mubarak (d. 215) [gfh-imitated]
215

Abu Suleyman al-Darani (d. 215) [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
215

`Abd al-Malik b. Qarib b. `Ali al-Ansari
linguist, poet, histoiran
122
216
Basra
عبد المالك بن قريب بن علي الأصمعي ، أديب، شاعر، لغوي، مؤرخ، ولد بالبصرة عام 122هـ، وبها توفي عام 216هـ، من مصنفاته : الأضداد، وخلق الإنسان، والإبل، والفرق، والشاء، والخيل، والوحوش وصفاتها، والمترادف، وغيرهم، أنظر ترجمته في جمهرة الأنساب لابن حزم ص 234، وفي وفيات الأعيان لابن خلكان ج 1 ص 288، وفي دائرة معارف القرن العشرين لفريد وجدي ج 1 ص 393-397، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 4 ص 162
Hajjaj b. al-Minhal, Abu M. al-'Anmati al-Salmi al-Basri (d. 217 ) [ghadir]
217

al-Fadl b. Dukayn b. Hammad b. Zuhayr, Abu Nu`aym al-'Ahwal al-Mula'i al-Taymi (d. 218 ) [ghadir]
218

Abu Nu`aim al-FaDl b. Dukain (b. 130 –d. 219)
Sheikh of imam Ahmad, al-Bukhari. Ishaq al-Rahawayhi, Ibn Mubarak and Khalaq [Sabr 175]

219

`Affan b. Muslim b. `Abd Allah, Abu `Uthman al-Saffar al-Basri al-Ansari (d. 219 ) [ghadir]
219

`Ali b. `Ayyash b. Muslim, Abu al-Hasan al-Baka' al-'Alhani al-Hamsi (d. 219) [ghadir]
219

Malik b. Isma`il b. Dirham, Abu Ghassan al-Nahdi al-Kufi (d. 219 ) [ghadir]
219

Abdullaah bin Zubair al-Humaidee (d. 219H) [cr]
219

Muhammad b. Kathir, Abu `Abd Allah al-`Abdi al-Basri (d. 223 ) [ghadir]
223

Musa b. Isma`il, Abu Salmah al-Tabudhaki al-Minqari al-Basri (d. 223 ) [ghadir]
223

Abu 'Ubayd al-Qasim ibn Sallam (d. 224) [gfh-imitated] [ccia_e.pdf (gfh)]
=al-Qasim b. Sallam, Abu `Ubayd al-Harawi [ghadir]

224

AD-DARIMI, 'Abdullah bin 'Abdur-Rahman:(d. 225 H.) [bb-hadith] (brief)
225

Malik al-Jabal, Abu Dulf al-Qasim b. `Isa al-`ijliyy (d. 226 in Baghdad)



Muhaddith, famous bio of him in “al-Wafat” by Ibn Khalikan [Sabr al-`ulema 174]



Bishr al- Hafi (d. 227 H. in Baghdad) [ccia_e.pdf] [a`lam al-sufiyyah] [harawi]



Abu Nasr Bishr ibn al-Harith al-Hafi al-Maruzi:
(born near Merv c. 150/767) died in 226/840 or 227/841 in Baghdad.
Bishr b. al-Harithb. `Ali b. `Abd al-Rahman al-Mawasi Abu Nasr, known as al-Hafi, lived n Baghdad [Adab al-Suhba p. 44f1]
150
227
Baghdad

Qays b. Hafs b. al-Qa`qa`, Abu M. al-Tamimi al-Darimi al-Basri (d. 227) [ghadir]
227

Sa'id bin Mansur: (d. 227 H.) [bb-hadith] (brief)
227

=Sa`id b. Mansur b. Shu`bah, Abu `Uthman al-Nasa'i al-Khurasani al-Marwazi (d. 227) [ghadir]
227

Yahya b. `Abd al-Hamid b. `Abd Allah, Abu Zakariyya al-Himmani al-Kufi (d. 228 ) [ghadir]
228

Abd al-Jabbar b. Sa`id (d. 229) [araic]
229

al-Buwayti (d. 231) [gfh-imitated]
231

`Ali b. Hakim b. Dhayban (Dhibyan), Abu al-Hasan al-'Awdi al-Kufi (d. 231 ) [ghadir]
231

Khalaf b. Salim, Abu Muhammad al-Mukharrimi al-Muhallabi al-Sindi al-Baghdadi (d. 231 ) [ghadir]
231

Imam al-Wathiq (abbasid caliph, buried in Samara, r. 227-232 H.) [al-Harawi]
232

Ibrahim b. al-Hajjaj b. Zayd, Abu Ishaq al-Sami al-Naji al-Basri (d. 233 ) [ghadir]
233

`Ali b. Muhammad b. Ishaq, Abu al-Hasan al-Tanafisi al-Kufi (d. 233 ) [ghadir]
233

Abu Khaithama al-Nasai`i (d. 234 H.) [manhaj]
234

Hudbah b. Khalid b. al-Aswad b. Hudbah, Abu Khalid al-Qaysi al-Thawbani al-Basri (d. 235 ) [ghadir]
235

Ali ibn al-Madini : Abul-Hasan: (d. 234 H.) [bb-hadith] [ccia_e.pdf] (hts-brief note)
234

Mentioned alongside with Abu Bakr b. Abi Shaybah (d. 235) and
235

Ahmad b. Hanbal (d. 241) as the most impartant Musannaf-author [sheikh Akram]
241

`Abd Allah ibn M. ibn Abi Shayba (d. 235 H) [gfh]
=Abu Bakr ibn Abi Shayba (d. 235) [gfh-imitated] [ccia_e.pdf] [bb-hadith]
= Ibn Abi Shaybah, `Abd Allah b. M. b. Ibrahim b. `Uthman, Abu Bakr al-`Absi al-Kufi (d. 235 ) [ghadir]
= Ibn Abi Shaybah, `Uthman b. M. b. Ibrahim b. `Uthman, Abu al-Hasan al-`Absi (d. 239 ) [ghadir]
= 'Abd Allah b. M. b. Abi Shayba Ibrahim ibn 'Uthman ibn Khuwasta, Abu Bakr al-'Abasi [gfh]
narrated hadith to:
Bukhari and Muslim, Abu Dawud, Ibn Majah, Ahmad ibn Hanbal,  Abu Zur'a,  Ibn Abi 'Asim,  Buqayy ibn Makhlad,  al-Baghandi,  Abu Ya'la al-Musili, Salih Jazara, 'Abdan, Abu al-Qasim al-Baghawi, and others. [gfh]
Mentioned alongside with `Ali b. al-Madini (d. 234) and Ahmad b. Hanbal (d. 241) as the most impartant Musannaf-author [sheikh Akram]


235

`Ubaydallah b. `Umar b. Maysarah, Abu Sa`id al-Jashmi al-Qawariri al-Basri (d. 235 ) [ghadir]
235


Ahmad b. `Umar b. Hafs, Abu Ja`far al-Jallab al-Kindi al-Waki`i al-Kufi (d. 235 ) [ghadir]
235


Ibrahim b. al-Mundhir b. `Abd Allah, Abu Ishaq al-Asadi al-Hazami al-Madani (d. 236 ) [ghadir]
236


Yahya b. Sulayman b. Yahya b. Sa`id, Abu Sa`id al-Ju`fi al-Muqri' al-Kufi (d. 237 ) [ghadir]
237


Ibn Rahwayh, Ishaq b. Ibrahim b. Makhlad, Abu Ya`qub al-Hanzali al-Maruzi (d. 238 ) [ghadir]
238


Ishaq ibn Rahuyah (d. 238) [ccia_e.pdf] [bb-hadith]
238


Qutaybah b. Sa`id b. Jamil b. Tarif b. `Abd Allah, Abu Raja' al-Thaqafi al-Baghlani (d. 240 ) [ghadir]
240


Abu Thawr Ibraaheem bin Khaalid (d. 240H) [cr][gfh-imitated]
240


Sahnun ibn Sa'id ibn Habib at-Tanukhi (d. 240 H)
240


Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal (d. 241 H.) [hts] [bb-hadith] [cr] [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
=Ibn Hanbal, Ahmad b. Muhammad b. Hanbal b. Hilal b. Asad, Abu `Abd Allah al-Shaybani b. 164, martyred in Baghdad [harawi]

241


al-Marwazi (d. 241 ) [ghadir]
241


Ya`qub b. Humayd b. Kasib, Abu Yusuf al-Madani (d. 241 ) [ghadir]
241


al-Hasan b. Hammad b. Kusayb, Abu `Ali Sajadah al-Hadrami al-Baghdadi (d. 241 ) [ghadir]
241


Harun b. `Abd Allah b. Marwan, Abu Musa al-Bazzaz al-Hammal (d. 243 ) [ghadir]
243


Abu ` AbdAllahi Al-Harith b. Asad al-Muhasibi (d. 243 in Baghdad) [a`lam al-sufiyyah][harawi]
243
Baghdad
الحارث بن أسد المحاسبي ، من أكابر الصوفية ببغداد، له مصنفات كثيرة منها : المسائل في أعمال القلوب والجوارح، والرعاية لحقوق الله عز وجل، وكتاب التوهم، ورسالة المسترشدين، وآداب النفوس، وشرح المعرفة، والبعث والنشور، وغير ذلك من التآليف الصوفية الأخرى، توفي رحمه الله عام 243هـ، أنظر ترجمته في صفوة الصفوة لابن الجوزي ج 2 ص 207، وفي حلية الأولياء لأبي نعيم ج 10 ص 73، وفي ميزان الإعتدال للذهبي ج 1 ص 199، وفي تهذيب التهذيب لابن حجر العسقلاني ج 2 ص 134، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 2 ص 153، وفي الطبقات الكبرى للشعراني ج 1 ص 75 رقم الترجمة 145
al-Husayn b. Hurayth, Abu `Ammar al-Khaza`i al-Maruzi (d. 244 ) [ghadir]
244


Abu Turab al-Nakhshabi (d. 245) [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
245


Abu al-FaiD Dhu al-Nun al-Misri (d. 245 or 246) [Q] [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
245 / 246 ?


Thawban b. Ibrahim or: FaiD b. Ibrahim, son of a Nubian, d. 245 [Q]
Ibn Yunus said: He narrated from malik and al-Laith, and from him narrated many amonst them al-Hasan b. MaS`ab and Ibn SabiH and Al-Ta’iyy [footnote i Q]

245


Hilal b. Bishr b. Mahbub, Abu al-Hasan al-'Ahdab al-Mazni al-Basri (d. 246 ) [ghadir]
246


Ahmad b. `Uthman b. Abi `Uthman, Abu `Uthman Abu al-Jawza' al-Nawfali al-Basri (d. 246) [ghadir]
246


Imam al-Mutawakkil (abbasid caliph buried in Samara, r. 232-247 H.) [al-Harawi]
247
Samara
Imam al-Muntasir (abbasid caliph buried in Samara, r. 247-248 H.) [al-Harawi]
248
Samara
M. b. al-`Ala' b. Kurayb, Abu Kurayb al-Hamdani al-Kufi (d. 248 ) [ghadir]
248


Yusuf b. `Isa b. Dinar, Abu Ya`qub al-Zuhri al-Maruzi (d. 249 ) [ghadir]
248


Nasr b. `Ali b. Nasr b. Sahban, Abu `Amr al-Azdi al-Jahdami al-Basri (d. 250 ) [ghadir]
250


`Ali b. Muhammad b. `Ali, al-Qadi al-Massaysi (d. 250 ) [ghadir]
250


Ibrahim b. Yunus b. Muhammad, Harami al-Mu'addab al-Baghdadi al-Tartusi (d. 250 ) [ghadir]
250


Muhammad b. Ayyub, Abu Hurayrah al-Kalabi al-Wasiti (d. 250 ) [ghadir]
250


Ishaaq al-Marwadhi (d. 251 H.)
250


M. b. Bashar b. `Uthman, Abu Bakr Bandar al-`Abdi al-Basri (d. 252 ) [ghadir]
251


M. b. al-Muthanna b. `Ubayd, Abu Musa al-Zaman al-`Anzi al-Basri (d. 252 ) [ghadir]
252


Yusuf b. Musa b. Rashid b. Bilal, Abu Ya`qub al-Qattan al-Razi (d. 253 ) [ghadir]
253


M. b. `Abd al-Rahim b. Abi Zuhayr, Abu Yahya Sa`iqah al-`Adwi al-Bazzaz (d. 255 ) [ghadir]
255


Imam al- Mu`tzz (abbasid caliph buried in Samara, r. 252-255 H.) [al-Harawi]
255
Samara
Imam al-Muhtadi (abbasid caliph buried in Samara, r. 255-256 H.) [al-Harawi]
256
Samara
Muhammad b. `Abd Allah b. Yazid, Abu Yahya al-Qarashi al-`Adwi al-Maqri (d. 256 ) [ghadir]
256


Imam al-Bukhari (d. 256 H.)
=Muhammad b. Isma`il b. Ibrahim, Abu `Abd Allah al-Ju`fi al-Bukhari (d. 256)
[ghadir] (hts-brief note) [bb-hadith] [ii-cm] (lÂng) [ii2] [mm] [light] [nuh][pahts] (short) [kitaabun] (short)
[div: Ghulam Rasul Sa¥idi](long)
[ccia_e.pdf]
[div: minhaj magazine] (lÂng)
(p svenska)

256


Abu al-Hasan Sari b. al-Maghlas(?) al-SaqaTi (d. 257) [Q] (d. 251) [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
= Abul Hasan al-Sirri (Sari) b.Mughallas al-Saqati (d. 253 in Baghdad) [harawi]
- the imam of Baghdad of his day, and one of the first formultators of sufi sayings [harawi]
- Student of Ma`aruf al-Karkhi, maternal uncle of al-Junayd and his teacher [Q]
- Born and died in Baghdad, took hadith from al-FaDil, from him narrated al-Junayd and Abu al-`Abbas b. Masruq, the first in Baghdad to speak about al-haqa’iq wa al-isharat [footnote in Q]

251/
253/
257
Baghdad
سري بن المغلس السقطي ، علم من أعلام الصوفية ببغداد، قال فيه ابن أخته الجنيد : ما رأيت أعبد من السري، أتت عليه ثمان وتسعون سنة ما رؤي مضطجعا إلا في علة الموت، توفي رحمه الله ببغداد سنة 253هـ، أنظر ترجمته في الطبقات الكبرى للشعراني ج 1 ص 74، وفي طبقات الصوفية لأبي عبد الرحمن السلمي ص 48-55 وفي حلية الأولياء لأبي نعيم ج 10 ص 116 وفي الأعلام لخير الدين الزركلي ج 3 ص 82 وفي لسان الميزان لابن حجر العسقلاني ج 3 ص 13
al-Zubayr b. Bakkar (d. 256)
scholar of the ppl of Madina, write about the Quareish and their lineaage, history of the arabs and of Madina, al-Aws wa al-Khazraj; one of the teachers of Ibn Abi Dunia (d. 281) [Ziarat al-Sham p. 25:f4]

256

الزبير ين بكَّار بن عبد الله بن مصعب ين ثتبت بن عبد الله بن الزبير بن العوّامالقرشي الأسدي  الزبيري
Yahya ibn Mu` adh (d. 258) [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
258


al-Hasan b. `Arafah b. Yazid, Abu `Ali al-Mu'addab al-`Abdi al-Baghdadi (d. 257 ) [ghadir]
257


`Abd Allah b. Sa`id b. Husayn, Abu Sa`id al-'Ashajj al-Kindi (d. 257 ) [ghadir]
257


ADH-DHUHLI, Muhammad bin Yahya: (d. 258 H.) [bb-hadith]
=Muhammad b. Yahya b. `Abd Allah b. Khalid, Abu `Abd Allah al-Dhuhli al-Nisaburi al-Zuhri (d. 258 ) [ghadir]
disagreed w. imam al-Bukhari concerning khalq al-Quran (see my notes) [sheikh Akram]

258


Sa`id b. Mas`ada al-Mujasha`I al-Balkhi al-Basri
man of letters

258
(Basra)
سعيد بن مسعدة المجاشعي البلخي البصري ، المعروف بالأخفش الأوسط، نحوي مشهور،، عالم باللغة والأدب، وهو الذي زاد في علم العروض بحر الخبب، ويسمى كذلك بالمتدارك، لأنه أدركه على الخليل بن أحمد، ومن مصنفاته : تفسير معاني القرآن، وشرح أبيات المعاني، وكتاب الملوك، والإشتقاق، ومعاني الشعر، والقوافي، وغيرهم. وكانت وفاته رحمه الله عام 215هـ، أنظر ترجمته في وفيات الأعيان لابن خلكان ج 1 ص 208، وفي بغية الوعاة للسيوطي ص 258، وفي إنباه الرواة للقفطي ج 2 ص 36، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 3 ص 101
Ibn Sha`ir, Hajjaj b. Yusuf b. Hajjaj, Abu Muhammad al-Thaqafi al-Baghdadi (d. 259 ) [ghadir]
259


Abu Bakr al-Athram (d. 260) [gfh-imitated]
260


Imam Muslim: (d. 261 H.)
[bb-hadith] [cm][div: Abdul Hamid Siddiqi]

260


Ahmad al-Athram (d. 261 H.) (hts-brief note)
261







Abu Yazid al-Bistami (d. 261 or 264) [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
= Tayfur b. `Isa (d. 261)
188
261/
264 ?

     طيفور بن عيسى ، المشهور بأبي يزيد البسطامي، نسبة إلى بسطام، بلدة بين خرسان والعراق، ولد بها عام 188هـ، وبها توفي عام 261هـ، ويعرف أتباعه بالطيفورية أو البسطامية، وكان الشيخ ابن عربي الحاتمي ينوه به كثيرا ويسميه أبا يزيد الأكبر، أنظر ترجمته في الطبقات الكبرى للشعراني ج 1 ص 76 رقم الترجمة 148، وفي حلية الأولياء لأبي نعيم ج 10 ص 33، وفي ميزان الإعتدال للذهبي ج 1 ص 481، وفي طبقات الصوفية لأبي عبد الرحمان السلمي ص 67-74، وفي وفيات الأعيان لابن خلكان ج 1 ص 240، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 3 ص 335
Ahmad b. `Uthman b. Hakim, Abu `Abd Allah al-'Awdi (d. 261 ) [ghadir]
261


Ibn Shabbah, `Umar b. Shabbah b. `Abidah b. Zayd, Abu Zayd al-Numayri al-Basri al-Akhbari (d. 262 ) [ghadir]
262


Ahmad b. Yusuf b. Hatim (or Khalid), Abu al-Hasan Hamdan al-Sulami al-Azdi al-Nisaburi (d. 264 ) [ghadir]
264


ABU ZUR'A AR-RAZI, 'Ubaidullah bin Abdul-Karim: (d. 264 H.) [cr]
264

=`Ubayd Allah b. `Abd al-Karim b. Yazid b. Farukh, Abu Zur`ah al-Makhzumi al-Razi (d. 264 ) [ghadir]
narrated from Ibn Abi Shaybah [gfh]

264

al-Muzani (d. 264) [gfh-imitated]
264

Abu Hatim Muhammad ibn Idris al-Razi (d. 264 [cr] or 277 ??) [bb-hadith] (brief)
264/
277 ?


Ahmad b. Mansur b. Sayyar, Abu Bakr al-Ramadi al-Baghdadi (d. 265 ) [ghadir]
265

Isma`il b. `Abd Allah b. Mas`ud, Abu Bishr al-`Abdi al-Isfahani (d. 267 ) [ghadir]
267

Saalih ibn Ahmad (d. 266 H.) (hts-brief note)
266

al-Hasan b. `Ali b. `Affan, Abu Muhammad al-`Amiri al-Kufi (d. 270 ) [ghadir]
270


Muhammad b. `Awf b. Sufyan, Abu Ja`far al-Ta'i al-Himsi (d. 272 ) [ghadir]
272

Sulayman b. Sayf b. Yahya, Abu Dawud al-Ta'i al-Harrani (d. 272 ) [ghadir]
272

IBN MAJAH (d. 273 H.) [bb-hadith] (brief)
=Ibn Majah, Muhammad b. Yazid, Abu `Abd Allah al-Qazwini (d. 273 ) [ghadir]

273

Al-Maimuni (d. 274 H.) (hts-brief note)
274

Dawud ibn 'Ali [al-Zahiri] (d. 275) [gfh-imitated]
275

Al-Marwazi (d. 275 (or 294??)) (brief) [ccia_e.pdf]
=? Muhammad ibn Nasr al-Marwazi (d. 294 (or 274??)) [gfh-imitated]

275/
294 ?


Abu Dawud (d. 275 H.) [ccia_e.pdf] [div] [bb-hadith] (brief)
= Suleyman Abu Dawud al-Sijistani (d. 255 / 288/9 H.) in Basra [Harawi]

275 ?


Ibn Qutaiba (d. 276 H.) [gfh]
=Ibn Qutaybah, `Abd Allah b. Muslim, Abu Muhammad al-Dinawari [ghadir]

276


Abu `abdal-Rahman Baqi ibn Makhlad al-Andalusi (d. 276 H.)
[alinam]: took hadith from imam Ahmad

276

`Abd al-Malik b. M. b. `Abd Allah, Abu M. Abu Qalabah al-Raqqashi al-Basri (d. 276 ) [ghadir]
276

Ibn `Uzayzah, Ahmad b. Hazim al-Ghafari al-Kufi (d. 276 ) [ghadir]
276

Abu Sa`id al-Kharaz (d. 279) [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
279

al-Baladhuri, Ahmad b. Yahya b. Jabir (d. 279 ) [ghadir]
279

Imam Al-Tirmidhi (d. 279 H.) [bb-hadith] (brief) [div]
= M. b. `Isa b. Sawrah b. Musa, Abu `Isa al-Tirmidhi (d. 279 ) [ghadir]

279

Ibn Dayzayl (?), Ibrahim b. al-Husayn, Abu Ishaq al-Kasa'i al-Hamadani (d. 280 ) [ghadir]
280


Imam al-Mu`tamid (abbasid caliph buried in Samara, r. 256-279 H.) [al-Harawi]
279


Harb al-Kirmaani (d. 280 H.) (hts-brief note)
280


Ibn Taifur, Abu al-Fadl Ahmad b. Abi Tahir (d. 280 H.) [gk]
=? Abul_Fadhl At_Tamimi, head of Hanbalites in Baghdad

280

Ibn Abi al-Dunia, Abu bakr 'Abdullah bin Muhammad bin 'Ubaid: (d. 281 H.)
[bb-hadith]
[ahm-fb]: in Baghdad, arrator of ascetical, edifying stories and hadith
muhaddith, hafiz; among other things write a book about the murderer of  `Ali b. abi Talib; took from Zubayr b. Abi Bakr (d. 256) [Ziarat al-Sham p. 25:f3]
208
281

بن أبي ابدنيا، أبو بكد عبد الله بن محمد بن عبيد ين سفيان ين قيس القرشي الأموي البغدادي
AL-HARITH (d. 282 H.) [bb-hadith] (brief)
282

Isma'il [ibn Ishaq ibn Isma'il] al-Qadi (d. 282) [gfh-imitated]
282

Sahl Al-Tustari (d. 282? or 283 H.) (long) [ccia_e.pdf] [cr] [notes]
(d. 293 acc to [a`lam al-sufiyyah])

282 / 283 ?

al-Walid b. `Ubayd b. Yahya al-Ta'i al-Bahtari
one of the bets arabiic poets
206
284

الوليد بن عبيد بن يحي الطائي البحتري ، من خيرة شعراء العرب، ولد عام 206 هـ، وتوفي عام 284 هـ، وهو أحد الثلاثة الذين كانوا أشعر أبناء عصرهم، المتنبي، وأبو تمام، والبحتري، وقيل لأبي العلاء المعري : أي الثلاثة أشعر؟ فقال المتنبي وأبو تمام حكيمان، وإنما الشاعر البحتري، أنظر ترجمته في وفيات الأعيان لابن خلكان ج 2 ص 175، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج8 ص121، وفي معاهد التنصيص للعباسي ج1 ص 234
Ibrahim al-Harbi (b. 189 - d. 285 H.)
[hts] [gfh-imitated]
senior student of Imaam Ahmad ibn Hanbal and major saint in Baghdad
wrote numerous books on the sciences. [hts briefs]

285

Ibn Abi `Asim al-Shaybani, Ahmad b. `Amr b. Abi `Asim, Abu Bakr al-Nabil (d. 287 ) [ghadir]
narrated from Ibn Abi Shaybah (d. 235) [gfh]

287

Zakariyya' b. Yahya b. 'Iyas, Abu `Abd al-Rahman Khayyat al-Sunnah al-Sijzi (d. 289 ) [ghadir]
289

IBN ABU KHAITHAMA: (d. 289 H.) [bb-hadith] (brief)
289

Imam al-Mu`tadid (abbasid caliph buried in Baghdad, r.279-289 H.) [al-Harawi]
289

`Abd Allah b. Ahmad b. Hanbal, Abu `Abd al-Rahman al-Shaybani (d. 290 ) [ghadir]
290

Ahmad b. Sahl, Abu Nasr al-Faqih al-Bukhari al-Qabbani (d. 292 ) [ghadir]
292

Ibrahim b. `Abd Allah b. Muslim al-Kaji al-Basri (d. 292 ) [ghadir]
292

Al-Bazzar, Abu Bakr Ahmad bin 'Amr: (d. 292 H.) [bb-hadith]
= al-Bazzar, Ahmad b. `Amr b. `Abd al-Khaliq,
= Abu Bakr al-Bazzar (not Bazzaz) al-Misri (d. 292 ) [ghadir]
[ahm-fb]: muhaddith born in Basra, taught in Isfahan, Badgad / Syria; “Musnad” (?!?)
[ZaSh. p.8:f2] Hafiz among the hadith scholars, he has two Musnads

292
البزّار، أبو بكر أحمد بن عمرو بن عبد الجالق
Salih b. Muhammad b. `Amr, Abu `Ali Jazarah al-Baghdadi (d. 293) [ghadir]
293

Imam al-Muktafi (abbasid caliph buried in Baghdad, r.289-295 H.) [al-Harawi]
295

Muhammad b. `Uthman b. Abi Shaybah, Abu Ja`far al-`Absi al-Kufi (d. 297) [ghadir]
297

al-Junayd b. Muhammad b. al-Junayd al-Baghdadi, al-Khazz’r Abul Qaslim (d. 297 in Baghdad)
sufi and one of the `ulema, Folowed the fiqh of Abu Thawr. took tasawwuf from his maternal uncle Sari al-Saqati and from al-Harith al-Muhasabi. He was called al-Khazzar b/c he was working with khazz (silk) [Adab al-Suhba p. 60f4] al-A`lam, Tabaqat al-Sufiyya, Tabaqat al-Awlia, al-Kawakib al-Durriyya, al-Sha`rani's al-Tabaqat alKubra
=Abul Qasim Junayd b. Muhammad al-Khazzar al-Junayd al-Baghdadi
d. 297 acc. to [a`lam al-sufiyyah] and [harawi]
[ahm-fb]: followed Abu Thawr in fiqh
Junayd was a nephew of Sirri
Junayd's mother was the sister of Sari Saqati, and Junayd became his pupil and disciple. He was also the pupil of Harith al-Muhasibi.

297/
298
Baghdad
الجنيد بن محمد بن الجنيد البغدادي ، مولده ونشأته ووفاته ببغداد، قال فيه أحد معاصريه : ما رأت عيناي مثله، الكتبة يحضرون مجلسه لألفاظه، والشعراء لفصاحته، والمتكلمون لمعانيه، وهو أول من تكلم في علم التوحيد ببغداد، توفي بالمدينة المذكورة سنة 297هـ أنظر ترجمته في الطبقات الكبرى للشعراني ج 1 ص 84 وفي حلية الأولياء لأبي نعيم ج 10 ص 255 وفي تاريخ بغداد للخطيب البغدادي ج 7 ص 241 وفي الأعلام لخير الدين الزركلي ج 2 ص 141 وفي صفة الصفوة لابن الجوزي ج 2 ص 235
Abu `Uthman al-Hiri (d. 298 H.) [ahm-fb]: sufi of Nishapur
298


Mamshad al-danuri (d. 299) [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
299







3rd C undated:








Rabi`a al.Shamia,
sain tof damascus, wife of Ahmad b. Abi al-Haw’ri, buried in Qaimiriah, met al-Junayd and Shiekh Suleyman al-D’r’ni [ZaSH p. 81]


Dimashq

Abu Bakr Al Alhram (3rd CH, student of imam Ahmad)



Hanbal ibn Ishaq (3rd CH, student of imam Ahmad)



Abul Qasim Al Baghwi (3rd CH, student of imam Ahmad)



Ahmad ibn Nasr
hanged by al-Ma'mun over the issue of khalq al-Quran [MY-Tahawiyya-notes]




Amad b. Abi Du'’d
Supreme Judge of the abbassides during the fitna of khalq al-Quran [MY-Tahawiyya-notes]














4th C








`Abd Allah b. al-Saqar b. Nasr, Abu al-`Abbas al-Sakri al-Baghdadi (d. 302 ) [ghadir]
302


Ruwim b. Ahmad al-Baghdadi (d. 302) [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
302


Abu al-'Abbas [Ahmad ibn 'Umar] ibn Surayj (d. 303) [gfh-imitated]
Teacher of M. b. Khafif (d. 371)

303







Abu `Abdal-Rahman Ahmad al-Nasa’i (d.303 H.)
= Ahmad b. Shu`ayb b. `Ali b. Sinan b. Bahr, Abu `Abd al-Rahman al-Khurasani al-Nasa'i
(d. 303 ) [ghadir]
[bb-hadith] [nuh]
[ahm-fb]: shafi`i muhaddith, qadi; “al-Sunan”

303






















Muhammad b. `Abd al-Wahhab b. Salam al-Jaba'i (235 - 303)
imam of the mu`tazilites
235
303
(Basra)
محمد بن عبد الوهاب بن سلام الجبائي ، من أئمة المعتزلة، وله تنسب الطائفة الجبائية، وهي إحدى طوائف المعتزلة، ولد بجبي من قرى البصرة عام 235هـ، وبها توفي عام 303هـ، أنظر ترجمته في وفيات الأعيان لابن خلكان ج 1 ص 480، وفي البداية والنهاية لابن كثير ج 11 ص 125، وفي اللباب لابن الأثير ج 1 ص 208، وفي مفتاح السعادة لطاش كبري زاده ج 2 ص 35، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 6 ص 256
al-Hasan b. Sufyan b. `Amir, Abu al-`Abbas al-Shaybani al-Nasawi al-Baluzi (d. 303 ) [ghadir]
303


Abu Ya`la al-Musili (d. 307 H.) [gk]
= Abu Ya`la al-Mawsili, Ahmad b. `Ali b. al-Muthanna' b. Yahya', al-Tamimi [ghadir]
= ABU YA'LA, Ahmad bin 'Ali [bb-hadith]
narrated from Ibn Abi Shaybah (d. 235) [gfh]

307


IBN AL-JARUD (d. 307 H.) [bb-hadith] (brief)
305


Abu Mughith al-Husayn ibn Mansur al-Hallaj (d. 309)
307


Muhammad ibn Jarir al-Tabari (d. 310 H.) [ghf] [kitaabun] [paths] [gfh-imitated]
309


= al-Tabari, Muhammad b. Jarir, Abu Ja`far al-Tabari (d. 310 ) [ghadir]
=? Abu Muhammad al-Tabari (d. ~3..?) [gfh-ash`ari]
[arabic] [ahm-fb]: muhaddith of Baghdad; longest Qur’an tafsir and a world history

310


Abu Bakr al-Khallal (d. 311) [hts] [gfh-imitated] [ccia_e.pdf]
311


Abu Bakr Muhammad bin Ishaq Ibn Khuzaymah (d. 311 H.)
[bb-hadith] Hafiz
[nuh] shafi`i, mujtahid , hadith specialist, imam of Nisabur of his time
[gfh] mentions him as shafi`i
[gfh-imitated] [nuh]

311


Ahmad b. Muhammad, Abu Ja`far al-Dab`i al-'Ahwal (d. 311 ) [ghadir]
311


Muhammad b. Jum`ah b. Khalaf, Abu Quraysh al-Qahastani (d. 313 ) [ghadir]
311


Da`laj b. Ahmad b. Da`laj b. `Abd al-Rahman, Abu M. al-Sijistani al-Mu`addal (d. 315 ) [ghadir]
313


`Abd Allah b. Muhammad b. `Abd al-`Aziz, Abu al-Qasim al-Baghawi (d. 317 ) [ghadir]
315


Yahya b. S’`id al-BAghdaddi (228-318)
[ZaSH p. 10:1] of the foremost of the huffazh of hadith of Baghdad, whotes books about hte synan, and he has a high standing in ahkam
228
318
318
أبو محمد يحيى بن محمد بن صاعد الحاشمي بالولاء البغدادي
Abu Bakr [Muhammad ibn Ibrahim] ibn al-Mundhir (d. 318) [gfh-imitated]
318


al-Dulabi (d. 320 H.) [gk]
= al-Dulabi, Muhammad b. Ahmad, Abu Bishr (d. 320 ) [ghadir]

320


Ibn Nayri, Ahmad b. `Abd Allah b. Ahmad, Abu Ja`far al-Bazzaz (d. 320 ) [ghadir]
320


al-Hakim al-Tirmidhi (d. 320) [nuh]
Muhammad b. `ali b. al-hasan b. Bishr Abu `Abd Allah al-Hakim al-Tirmidhi
schilar and sufi, knower of hadith and of usul al-din
[Tabaqat al-Shfai`iyya of Subki and Tabaqat al-Kubra of Sha`rani]
= Muhammad b. `Ali, Abu `Abd Allah al-Hakim al-Tirmidhi al-Sufi al-Shafi`i [ghadir]

320



Muhammad b. al-Hasan b. Darid al-Azdi (b. 223 in basra - d. 321 in Baghdad)
imam of language and litterature
223
321
Baghdad
محمد بن الحسن بن دريد الأزدي ، من أئمة اللغة والأدب، وهو صاحب المقصورة الدريدية، ازداد بالبصرة عام 223هـ وتوفي ببغداد عام 321هـ ومن كتبه رحمه الله، المقصور والممدود، والجمهرة، ودخائر الحكمة، والإشتقاق، والمجتني، والأمالي، والسحاب والغيث، والوشاح، وزوار العرب، واللغات وتقويم اللسان، وغير ذلك من التآليف الأخرى، انظر ترجمته في وفيات الأعيان لابن خلكان ج 1 ص 497. وفي لسان الميزان لابن حجر العسقلاني ج 5 ص 132، وفي تاريخ بغداد للخطيب البغدادي ج 2 ص 195 وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 6 ص 80 وفي إرشاد الأريب لياقوت الحموي ج 6 ص 483
Al-Tahawi, Abu Ja`far Ahmad ibn Muhamamd (d. 321 H.)
= al-Tahawi, Ahmad b. Muhammad b. Salamah, Abu Ja`far al-'Azdial-Hanafi al-Misri (d. 321 ) [ghadir][hts] [gfh-thwi_e.pdf] [ii] [manhaj-albani] [bb-hadith] (brief)[gfh-imitated]
Intro to Tahawiyyah by Ali ibn Abi al-`Izz al-Hanafi (d. 792 H.)


321


Abu 'Ali al-Rudbari (d. 322)disciple of Junayd,studied jurisprudence under Abu al-'Abbas ibn Shurayh, and literature under Tha'lab.Known as “jami' al-Shari'ah wa al-Tariqah wa al-Haqiqah”
322


AL-'AQILI, Muhammad bin 'Amr: (d. 322 H.) [bb-hadith] (brief)
322


Abu Bakr al-Kettani (d. 322) [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
=Muhammad b. `Ali b. Ja`far, Abu Bakr al-Kettani al-Baghdadi thumma al-Makki
accompanied al-Junayd
narrated from Abu Sa`id al-Khazzar and from Ibrahim al-Khawwas
from him narrated Abu al-Qasim al-Basri and others.
migrated to Makka and died there in 322
[adab al-Suhba p. 83f1] Siar A ¥lam al-Nubula, Jami`Karamat al-Awlia, al-Kawakib al-Durriyya, Tabaqat al-Awlia, al-Sh`rani's al-Tabaqat al-Kubra

322


al-Nassaj (d.322)
322


Abul Hasan al-Ash`ari (d. 324 H. in Bagdad)
[hts] [gfh] [div: R. M. Frank] [manhaj] [harawi]
Ibrahim b. `Abd al-Samad b. Musa, Abu Ishaq al-Hashimi (d. 325 ) [ghadir]

324/
325


Ibn Abu Hatim al-Razi, `Abd al-Rahman b. Abi Hatim Muhammad b. Idris al-Tamimi al-Hanzali
(d. 327 ) [ghadir]Abu Zur`a (d. 327 H.) (hts-brief note)

327


Ibn `Abd Rabbih, Ahmad b. Muhammad b. `Abd Rabbih, Abu `Umar al-Qurtubi (d. 328 ) [ghadir]
= Ibn `Abd Rabbih (d. 328 H.) [gk]

328






Abu-Bakr Muhammad Al-Anbaariy (d. 328)
328


Al-Barbahari (d. 329 H.) [ccia_e.pdf] [minhaj]
328


Imam al-Radi M. b. al-Muqtadir (abbasid caliph buried in Rusafa, r.322-329 H.) [al-Harawi]
329


al-Husayn b. Isma`il b. Sa`id, Abu `Abd Allah al-Muhamili al-Dabbi (d. 330 ) [ghadir]
330


Habshun b. Musa b. Ayyub, Abu Nasr al-Khalal (d. 331 ) [ghadir]
331


Ibn `Uqdah, Abu al-`Abbas Ahmad b. Muhammad b. Sa`id (d. 332 ) [ghadir]
332






Abu Mansur al-Maturidi (d. 333. H.) [gfh] (hts-brief note)



Imam al-Muttaqi (abbasid caliph buried in Baghdad, r.329-333 H.) [al-Harawi]



Imam al-Mustakfi (abbasid caliph buried in Rusafa, r.333-334 H.) [al-Harawi]



Abu Bakr Daluf b. Jahdar al-Shibli (b. 247 - d. 334 H. in Baghdad)



[ab] [harawi] [a`lam al-sufiyyah]



`Abul-Hussain al-Khiraqi (d. 334 H.) (hts-brief note)
`Umar b. al-Husayn al-Khiraqi (d. 334 ) [Ziarat al-Sham p. 56]
travelled from Baghdad and settled in Dimashq, was martyred b/c of resisting corruption; buried in Bab al-Saghir opposite of the Jarrahi mosque.

334
Dimashq
عمر بن الحسين الخرقي (من تابعي آصحاب الإمام أحمد) من علماء  مذهب المعتبرين ومنالمعول عليه في الفقه





al-Haytham b. Kulayb, Abu Sa`id al-Shashi (d. 335 ) [ghadir]



M. b. Ahmad b. Tamim, Abu al-Husayn al-Khayyat al-Qantari al-Hanzali (d. 340 ) [ghadir]



Muhammad b. Salih b. Hani, Abu Ja`far al-Warraq al-Nisaburi (d. 340 ) [ghadir]



Ibn al-'Akhram, M. b. Ya`qub b. Yusuf, Abu `Abd Allah al-Shaybani al-Naysaburi



(d. 344 ) [ghadir]



Yahya b. Muhammad b. `Abd Allah, Abu Zakariyya al-`Anbari (or al-Ghubari) al-Baghyani (d. 344 ) [ghadir]



Abul-Qasim al-Khiraqi (d. 344 H.)



Abul Hasan al-Mas`udi (d. 346 H.) [gk] (mu`tazila)



= al-Mas`udi, `Ali b. al-Husayn, Abu al-Hasan al-Baghdadi al-Misri (d. 346) [ghadir]



al-Khuldi, Ja`far b. Muhammad b. Nasir, Abu Muhammad al-Khawass (d. 347 ) [ghadir]



Abu Bakr al-Najjad (d. 348 H.) [hts] [ccia_e.pdf] [gfh]



Abu Ahmad al-Asal (d. 349 H.)



`Abbas b. `Ali b. `Abbas, al-Nasa'i (d. 350 ) [ghadir]



Yahya b. M. b. `Umar b. `Abd Allah, Abu `Umar al-Akhbari al-Baghdadi (d. 350) [ghadir]



Muhammad b. `Ali b. Khalaf, Abu `Abd Allah al-`Attar al-Kufi (d. 350 ) [ghadir]



Muhammad b. `Ali b. Duhaym, Abu Ja`far al-Shaybani (d. 351 ) [ghadir]



M. b. al-Hasan b. Muhammad, Abu Bakr al-Naqqash al-Mufassir al-Musili (d. 351 ) [ghadir]



IBN AS-SAKAN, Sa'id bin 'Uthman: (d. 353 H.) [bb-hadith] (brief)



Bundar ibn al-Husain (d. 353) [gfh-ash`ari]



Abu Hatim Muhammad Ibn Hibban al-Busti : (d. 354 H.)
= Ibn Hibban, M. b. Hibban b. Ahmad, Abu Hatim al-Busti al-Tamimi al-Shafi`i
[Ziarat al-Sham p. 4:f7] (d. 354) Muhaddith, historian, geographer, author of al-Musnad al-Sahih, said to be more sahih than Ibn Majah's
[ahm-fb states d. 352]
[nuh]: muhaddith, shafi`i faqih[bb-hadith]: student of ibn Khuzaimah



ابن حبّان، أبو حاتم محمد بن حبان بن أحمد بن حبان التميمي

M. b. `Abd Allah b. Ibrahim, Abu Bakr al-Shafi`i al-Bazzaz al-Baghdadi (d. 354 ) [ghadir]



Abu Bakr al-Ajurri (d. 360 H.) [hts] [manhaj]



al-Tabarani, Sulayman b. Ahmad b. Ayyub, Abu al-Qasim al-Khami (al-Lakhami ?)



(d. 360 ) [ghadir]



Abul Qasim Sulaimman bin Ahmad al-Tabarani (d. 360 H.) [bb-hadith]



= al-Tabarani, Sulayman b. Ahmad b. Ayyub, Abu al-Qasim al-Khami (al-Lakhami ?) (d. 360) [gk]



[ahm-fb]: Palestinian muhaddith, taught in Isfahan; three major hadith collections, one is: “Mu¥jam al-awsat”



Imam al-Muti` (abbasid caliph buried in Rusafa, r.334-363 H.) [al-Harawi]



IBN 'ADI, 'Abdullah: (d. 365 H.) [bb-hadith] [ghf note]



= al-Hafizh Abu Ahmad `abdAllah b. `Adi al-Jurjani



author of “al-Kumal fi al-Rijal” [maraqi]



Al-Qaffal al-Shashi (d. 365) [gfh-ash`ari-3]:
Al-Qaffal al-Shashi, Muhammad ibn `Ali ibn Isma`il, Abu Bakr al-Qaffal  al-Shashi al-Shafi`i (d. 365), a companion of al-Ash`ari and like him a former Mu`tazili,  he became an imam of jurisprudence and its principles, a hadith scholar, the imam of Shafi`is in Transoxiana, and the author of important works in the school  according to al-Fayruzabadi. He took hadith from Ibn Khuzayma, al-Tabari,  al-Baghawi, and others. From him took, among others, al-Hakim, Ibn Mandah, al-Sulami, and  al-Halimi who said: "Our shaykh al-Qaffal was the most knowledgeable of the  scholars of his time I have met." Among his books are " Dala'il al-Nubuwwa ,"  " Mahasin al-Shari`a ," and a commentary on al-Shafi`i's " al-Risala ."  Al-Dhahabi said: "Among his rare conclusions quoted in [Nawawi's] " Rawda  al-Talibin " [1:401] is that the sick person is allowed to join two prayers  together."


365
(Iraq)

Ahmad b. Ja`far b. Muhammad b. Salm, Abu Bakr al-Hanbali (d. 365 ) [ghadir]
365


Ahmad b. Ja`far b. Hamdan b. Malik b. Shabib, Abu Bakr al-Qati`i (d. 367 ) [ghadir]
367


Ibn Mujahid al-Ta'i (d. after 368) [gfh-ash`ari]
368


Abu Sahl al-Su`luki (d. 369)
[gfh-ash`ari-1]:
Abu Sahl al-Su`luki, Muhammad ibn Sulayman ibn Muhammad ibn Sulayman   al-Shafi`i al-`Ijli al-Naysaburi al-Ash`ari al-Sufi of the Banu Hanifa (d. 369), the imam of Khurasan among the jurists and scholars of kalaam ,tafsir , and Arabic in   his time. He accompanied Abu Ishaq al-Marwazi in fiqh and al-Shibli in tasawwuf ,   and took hadith from Ibn Khuzayma, Ibn Abi Hatim, Ibn al-Anbari, and others.   Al-Sulami in " Tabaqat al-Sufiyya " and al-Qushayri in " al-Risalah "   related from Ibn Furak that al-Su`luki defined tasawwuf as "the turning away   from objections" (" al-i`rad `an al-i`tiraad .") Among his other   famous sayings: "Whoever says to his shaykh : 'Why?' shall never succeed."   He spent seven years in Baghdad during which he said that he never let pass a day of jum`a except he visited al-Shibli or asked him a question. The latter visited Abu Ishaq   al-Marwazi one day and saw Abu Sahl there, whereupon he said to Abu Ishaq: "That   crazy one is one of your companions? No, he is one of ours!" In Baghdad he also   studied with al-Ash`ari according to Ibn Furak.


369 (Khurasan)

Abu 'Abd Allah al-Rudbari (d. 369 in damascus)
son of Abu 'Ali al-Rudbari's sister

369

Abu Bakr al-Jassas (d. 370 H.)
370


al-Zubayr b. `Abd Allah b. Musa b. Yusuf, Abu Ya`la al-Baghdadi al-Tuzi (d. 370 ) [ghadir]
370

Abu al-Hasan al-Bahili al-Basri (d. ~370)
[gfh-ash`ari-1]:
Companion of al-Ash`ari   and teacher of Ibn Furak, al-Baqillani, and Abu Ishaq al-Isfarayini. Always engaged in   Remembrance of Allah, he taught and communicated only from behind a curtain, even with his   servant. Al-Isfarayini said: "Next to my teacher al-Bahili, I was like a drop in the   sea." Al-Bahili himself said: "Next to my master al-Ash`ari, I was like a drop   in the sea." [note by: Dr. A. Godlas: Al-Safadi stated that he passed away  around  ( fi hudud ) 370 AH ( Wafi bil-wafayat , vol. 12, p.  312)].

(370)


Abu Bakr al-Ismaa'eelee (d. 371 H.)
371

Ibn Khafif (d. 371 H.). [gfh-ash`ari] [nuh]
= M. ib. Khafif ibn Asfakshad, Abu 'Abd Allah al-Shirazi al-Dibbi al-Shafi'I al-Sufi
Student of imam al-Ash'ari in kalam, of Ibn Surayj(d. 303) in fiqh.
Took tassawwuf from Ruwaym (d. 302), al-Jariri, and Abu al-'Abbas ibn Ata
Mentioned by Ibn Taymiyya among the great Sufi representatives of the Sunna.

371

Abu Zaid al-Marwazi (d. 371)
[gfh-ash`ari-1]:
Abu Zayd al-Marwazi, Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn `Abd Allah al-Shafi`i   (301-371), praised by al-Hakim as "one of the Imams of the Muslims, of the   most mastery in the madhhab , most perspicuous, and most ascetic," and by   al-Dhahabi as "the Shaykh , the Imam , the Mufti , the Guide, the   Ascetic, the Shaykh of the Shafi`is and narrator of al-Bukhari's " Sahih "   from al-Firabri." From him narrated al-Hakim, al-Sulami, al-Daraqutni, al-Barqani,   al-Sabbagh, and others. He studied as a young man under al-Ash`ari in Baghdad. Al-Bazzaz   said of him: "I rode with the faqeeh Abu Zayd from Naysabur to Mecca, and I do   not know that the angels recorded any sin to his detriment." Al-Khatib said: "He   is the most impressive narrator of Bukhari's ‘ Sahih .’" He   transmitted the latter book notably to Ibn Mujahid.

301
371
(Iraq)

Al-Isma`ili (d. 371) [gfh-ash`ari-3]:
Al-Isma`ili, Ahmad ibn Ibrahim ibn Isma`il ibn al-`Abbas, Abu Bakr  al-Jurjani al-Shafi`i, known as al-Isma`ili (277-371), "The imam, hadith master, "Proof of the Religion," faqeeh, " Shaykh ul-Islam ," and  narrator of Bukhari's ‘ Sahih .’" Al-Hakim described him as the " shaykh both of the jurists and the hadith scholars of his time by the consensus of both  groups." He did not attend any gathering except they made him the only speaker. In  " al-Mustakhraj `ala al-Sahih " he compiled four volumes of hadith narrations with the grade of saheeh according to al-Bukhari's criterion but  with his own chains of transmission. Ibn `Asakir included him among the direct students  and companions of Abu al-Hasan al-Ash`ari.

277
371


Abu Nasr al-Sarraj al-Tusi (d. 378)
378


Muhammad b. Ahmad b. Balwayh, Abu Ya`la Abu Bakr al-Nisaburi al-Mu`addil (d. 374 ) [ghadir]
374


Al-Naqqash (d. 379) [gfh-ash`ari-3]
Al-Naqqash, Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn al-`Abbas, Abu Ja`far al-Sulami  al-Baghdadi al-Jawhari al-Naqqash (294-379), a trustworthy narrator of hadith ,  which he took from al-Baghandi, al-Baghawi, Ibn Abi Dawud, Ibn al-Muqri' and others, and  from whom took Abu `Ali ibn Shadhan, Abu al-Qasim al-Azhari, `Ali al-Tannukhi, and others.  He is included by al-Dhahabi and Ibn `Asakir among the direct students of al-Ash`ari in kalaam ,  which he then taught to Abu `Ali ibn Shadhan.


379


Abu Bakr Muhammad al-Kalabadhi (d. 380 H.)
[ahm-fb]: hafizh of hadith; “Bahr al-Fawa’id” (on hadith), “Ta`arruf li madhhabi ahl-al-tasawwuf”

380


Abu al-Hasan al-Tabari (d. ~380)
[gfh-ash`ari-1]:
Abu al-Hasan al-Tabari, `Ali ibn Muhammad ibn Mahdi (d. ~380). He   studied under al-Ash`ari in Basra and Abu al-Hasan al-Bahili, and accompanied Abu Ishaq   al-Isfarayini, Abu Bakr ibn Furak, and Abu Bakr al-Baqillani.  ...


(380)
(Iraq)

Imam al-Ta`i (abbasid caliph buried in Rusafa, r.363-381 H.) [al-Harawi]
381


Al-Qurashi al-Zuhri (d. 382) [gfh-ash`ari-3]
Al-Qurashi al-Zuhri, `Abd al-Wahid ibn Ahmad ibn al-Qasim, Abu Muhammad  al-Naysaburi (d. 382), a descendent of `Abd al-Rahman ibn `Awf and one of those listed by  Ibn `Asakir among the direct students of al-Ash`ari. Al-Hakim reports that he fasted all  year and completed the recitation of the Qur'an every other day. He took hadith  from Abu Hamid ibn Bilal and Abu Bakr al-Qattan and their contemporaries and was  al-Hakim's colleague.


382


Abu `Abd Allah al-Shafi`i (d. 381)
[gfh-ash`ari-1]:
Abu `Abd Allah al-Shafi`i, Muhammad ibn al-Qasim, Abu `Abd Allah al-Asbahani, known as al-Shafi`i (d. 381). He is included by Ibn `Asakir among the direct students of   al-Ash`ari. The hadith master Abu Nu`aym mentioned that he authored many works in the foundations of religion, jurisprudence, and legal rulings.


381
(Isfahan)

Muhammad b. `Imran b. Musa al-Marzabani (b. 297 in Baghdad - d. 384)
historian and wrotier from Khurazan
297
384
(Baghdad)
محمد بن عمران بن موسى المرزباني ، مؤرخ أديب، أصله من خراسان، ولد ببغداد عام 297هـ، وبها توفي عام 384هـ، من مصنفاته : معجم الشعراء، والمفيد في الشعر والشعراء ومذاهبهم، والموشح، والمستنير في أخبار الشعراء المحدثين، وأخبار أبي تمام، والرياض في أخبار العشاق، والرائق في الغناء والمغنين، وأخبار ملوك كندة، وأخبار أبي مسلمة الخرساني، وأشعار الخلفاء، وغيرها من المصنفات الكثيرة. أنظر ترجمته في ميزان الإعتدال للذهبي ج 3 ص 114، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 6 ص 319، وفي لسان الميزان لابن حجر ج 5 ص 326
Al-Awdani (d. 385)
[gfh-ash`ari-1]:
Al-Awdani, Muhammad ibn `Abd Allah ibn Muhammad ibn Nasr or Nusayr or   Basir, Abu Bakr al-Awdani al-Bukhari al-Shafi`i (d. 385), the foremost imam of the   Shafi`is in Transoxiana in his time and a hadith scholar, Ibn `Asakir listed him   among the direct students of al-Ash`ari. He studied under Abu Mansur ibn Mihran and took hadith from Ya`qub ibn Yusuf al-`Asimi, Abu Ya`la al-Nasafi, al-Haytham al-Shashi, and others.   From him narrated al-Hakim, al-Halimi, and others. Al

385
(...)

Al-Daraqutni (d. 385 H.) [bb-hadith] [nuh]
= al-Daraqutni, `Ali b. `Umar b. Ahmad, Abu al-Hasan (or al-Darqutni) (d. 385 ) [ghadir]

385


Abu Hafs Umar ibn Ahmad Ibn Shahin (d. 385 H.)
385


Abu Talib al-Makki (d. 385 or 386)
Authored “Qut al-qulub “, one of the principal and earliest texts of sufism

386


Ibn Abi Zaid al-Qairawani (d. 386) [cr] [islaaam-t][kitaabun]
386


Ibn Battah al-Ukbari (d. 387 H.) [hts] [manhaj][ccia_e.pdf]
= Ibn Battah, `Ubayd Allah b. Muhammad, Abu `Abd Allah al-`Akbari al-Bati al-Hanbali (d. 387 ) [ghadir]

387

Ibn Zawlaq, al-Hasan b. Ibrahim b. al-Husayn, Abu M. al-Laythi al-Misri (d. 387 ) [ghadir]
387

Ibn Sam`un (d. 387) [gfh-ash`ari-3]:
Ibn Sam`un, Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Isma`il ibn `Anbas, Abu al-Husayn  al-Baghdadi (300-387), "the Shaykh , the Imam , the great orator, and the shaykh of his time in Baghdad" in tasawwuf , preaching, and kalaam ,  mentioned by Ibn `Asakir among the direct students of al-Ash`ari, he took hadith from Ibn Abi Dawud, Muhammad ibn Makhlad al-`Attar, Ibn Abi Hudhayfa, and others. From him  narrated among others `Ali ibn Talha al-Muqri', al-Hasan ibn Muhammad al-Khallal, Khadija  bint Muhammad al-Shahjaniyya, Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Hammaduh al-Hanbali, and Abu `Abd  al-Rahman al-Sulami ... (long) In the year 426, Ibn Sam`un's body was carried from the grave in his  house and buried in the cemetary of Bab Harb. It is related that his shroud had not  changed in the least.


387
Bab al-harb,
Baghdad)

Abu Suleyman al-Khattabi (d. 388? H.) [n]
[ahm-fb]: shfi`i muhaddith, poet in theh MiddleEast; “ma`alim al-Sunnah” (commentary on Abu Dawud), “Kitab al-`Uzlah”

388

Al-Shuruti (d. 389) [gfh-ash`ari-3]:
Al-Shuruti, Abu `Abd al-Rahman ibn Abi `Abd al-Rahman al-Jurjani  al-Qattan (d. 389), a specialist of legal pre-requisites in transactions ( shurut )  mentioned by Ibn `Asakir among the first generation of al-Ash`ari's students, he took hadith from Abu Ya`qub al-Nahawi and his layer.

389

Al-Sarakhsi (d. 389) [gfh-ash`ari-3]
Al-Sarakhsi, Zahir ibn Ahmad ibn Muhammad, Abu `Ali al-Muqri'  al-Khurasani al-Shafi`i (293-389), "the imam and erudite scholar, faqeeh of Khurasan, and shaykh of the Qur'an -reciters and hadith scholars."  He took hadith from masters in Khurasan, Iraq, and elsewhere, among others from  al-Baghawi, then settled in Naysabur. Among those who took hadith from him:  al-Hakim and Abu `Uthman al-Sabuni. Ibn `Asakir, al-Dhahabi, and al-Subki include him  among al-Ash`ari's students.

389
(Naysabur)

Muhammad ibn Muhammad al Kushmayhani (d. 389 H.)



[ahm-fb]: from Merv, leading student of al-Firabri (=star student of al-Bukhari)



ibn Khuwaiz Mindad al-Basri (d. 390) [ghf: quote on kalam]



M. b. `Abd al-Rahman b. `Abbas, Abu Tahir al-Mukhallis al-Dhahabi (d. 393 ) [ghadir]



Abu Nasr Isma`il al-Jawhari (d. 393? H.)
[ahm-fb]: Turk from CA, arabic lexigrapher; “al-Sihah”

393?


IBN MANDA, Muhammad bin Ishaq: (d. 395 H.) [bb-hadith]
396
Jurjan

Abu Sa`d al-Isma`ili, Isma`il ibn Ahmad ibn  Ibrahim ibn Isma`il, Abu Sa`d al-Jurjani al-Shafi`i (d. 396)
[gfh-ash`ari-4]:
One of Abu Bakr  al-Isma`ili's sons. Hamza ibn Yusuf al-Sahmi said in his history of Jurjan: "The imam  of his time, foremost in fiqh and its usul, the Arabic language, legal pre-requisites, and  kalam. He refuted al-Jassas. He formed generations of jurists from Jurjan, Tabaristan, and  elsewhere. ... He was named "the Ocean son of the Ocean" in reference to his father Abu Bakr  al-Isma`ili. Another of his titles is "The Greatest Shaykh" (al-shaykh  al-akbar). Abu al-Tayyib al-Su`luki, Sahl ibn Muhammad ibn Sulayman al-`Ijli al-Naysaburi  al-Shafi`i of the Banu Hanifa (d. 403), "the erudite imam," like his father Abu  Sahl mufti of Naysabur and among its chief jurists and educators.He took fiqh and hadith from his father, Abu al-`Abbas al-Asamm, al-Hakim, and others.  From him narrated, among others, his own shaykh al-Hakim and al-Bayhaqi. ... Some scholars considered him the renewer of the Religion at the head of the fifth  Islamic century, together with al-Baqillani and Abu Hamid al-Isfarayini.









4th C undated:








Al-Dummal (d. ~3..?)  [gfh-ash`ari-3]



al-Muzini (d. H.) (hts-brief note)



Abu Muhammad al-Tabari, al-Qadi `Abd Allah ibn `Ali ibn `Abd Allah   al-`Iraqi al-Jurjani al-Manjaniqi al-Shafi`i (d. ?)
[gfh-ash`ari-1]:
A companion of al-Ash`ari and one of   the shaykhs of hadith of al-Hakim, who said of him: "I seldom saw,   among the jurists (al-fuqaha’ ), anyone as eloquent and clear in his speech. I   kept company with him in the year 359, from Naysabur to Bukhara."





Abu `Ali al-Daqqaq, al-Hasan ibn `Ali ibn Muhammad ibn Ishaq al-Naysaburi (d. ?)
[gfh-ash`ari-6]:
, the  teacher and father-in law of Imam Abu al-Qasim al-Qushayri and the foremost Sufi shaykh in  his time. An Arabized Persian from Naysabur, he took usul there and fiqh from Marw at the  hands of al-Khudari and Abu Bakr al-Qaffal al-Marwazi. He then took tasawwuf from Abu  al-Qasim al-Nasrabadhi. Al-Qushayri relates that his knees would shake in his presence. In  his Risala he relates from him...









5th C








Abu Fadl ibn al-Hasan al-Sarakhsi (d. 400)
mystic of great fame, disciple of Abu Nasr al-Sarraj, teacher of Abu Sa'id ibn Abi al-Khayr.

400


Al-Darani (d. 402)
[gfh-ash`ari-5]:
Al-Darani, `Ali ibn Dawud, Abu al-Hasan al-Muqri' al-Dimashqi (d. 402)

402
(Dimashq)

Abu Ja`far Ahmad Al-Dawudi (d. 402 H.)
[ahm-fb]: maliki fqih & kalam expert, buried in Tilmsa; wrote commentaries on SH and Muwatta

402


Ibn Abu Bakr al-Baqillani (d. 403 H.) [gfh] [nuh]
= Muhammad b. al-Tayyib b. Muhammad b. Ja`far b. al-Qasim, Abu Bakr (d. 403) [gk]
[gfh-ash`ari-5]:
Al-Baqillani, Muhammad ibn al-Tayyib ibn Muhammad ibn Ja`far, Shaykh al-Islam, al-Qadi Abu Bakr ibn al-Baqillani al-Basri al-Baghdadi al-Maliki al-Ash`ari (d. 403), eulogized by al-Dhahabi as "the erudite imam , peerless of the mutakallimeen , and foremost of the scholars of usul , author of many books, the exemplar of perspicuity and intelligence." Al-Qadi `Iyad said: "He is known as the ‘Sword of the Sunna (Sayf al-Sunna )’ and the ‘Spokesman of the Community ( Lisan al-Umma ),’ a mutakallim who spoke the language of the hadith scholars, adhering to the doctrine of Abu al-Hasan al-Ash`ari, and the apex of Maliki scholars in his time. His gathering in al-Basra was huge."
Al-Baqillani took al-Ash`ari's teachings from Ibn Mujahid. .....


403
(Iraq)

Ibn Haamid (d. 403 H.)
403


al-Baqillani, M. b. al-Tayyib b. M. b. Ja`far b. al-Qasim, Abu Bakr (d. 403 ) [ghadir]
403


Abu `Ali al-Daqaq (d. 404 H.) [ahm-fb] shfai`i, shiekh of al-Qushayri
404


Al-Hakim al-Naisaburi (d. 405 H.) [gfh] [nuh]
= al-Hakim al-Naysaburi, M. b. `Abd Allah b. M., Abu `Abd Allah Ibn al-Bayyi` [ghadir]
[gfh-ash`ari-5]
Al-Hakim, Muhammad ibn `Abd Allah ibn Muhammad ibn Hamduyah, Abu `Abd Allah al-Dabbi al-Tamhani al-Naysaburi al-Shafi`i, also known as Ibn al-Bayyi` (d. 405). The imam ,hadith master, expert in hadith criticism, and shaykh of hadith masters. He took hadith from about two thousand authorities in Khurasan, Iraq, Transoxiana and elsewhere. Among the most prominent of the masters who narrated hadith from him are his own shaykh al-Daraqutni - who declared him stronger in hadith than Ibn Mandah, - al-Bayhaqi, al-Qushayri, and others. Abu Hazim said that al-Hakim was peerless in his time in Khurasan, the Hijaz, al-Sham, Iraq, Rayy, Tabaristan, and Transoxiana. His fame became widespread with lightning speed in his own lifetime.  ... Al-Hakim belongs to the second generation of the Ash`ari school, having taken al-Ash`ari's doctrine at the hands of his students, among them Abu Sahl al-Su`luki. He took tasawwuf from Abu `Amr ibn Nujayd, Abu al-Hasan al-Bushanji, Abu Sa`id Ahmad ibn Ya`qub al-Thaqafi, Abu Nasr al-Saffar, Abu Qasim al-Razi, Ja`far ibn Nusayr, Abu `Amr al-Zujaji, Ja`far ibn Ibrahim al-Hadhdha', and Abu `Uthman al-Maghribi. ... (long)


405
(Naysabur)

Abu Nasr al-Isma`ili, Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Ibrahim ibn Isma`il al-Jurjani (d. 405)
[gfh-ash`ari-6]: One of Abu Bakr al-Isma`ili's sons.

405


Ahmad b. M. b. Musa b. al-Qasim b. al-Salt, Abu al-Hasan al-Mujabbir al-Baghdadi (d. 405 ) [ghadir]
405


Abu `abdallah al-Hakim al-Nisaburi (d. 405 H.) [bb-hadith]
[ahm-fb]: shafi`i

405


Abu Hamid al-Isfara'ini (d. 406 H.)
406


ibn Furak (d. 406 H)gfh
[gfh-ash`ari-6]:
Ibn Furak, Muhammad ibn al-Hasan ibn Furak, Abu Bakr al-Asbahani al-Shafi`i (d. 406),  the imam and foremost specialist of kalam and usuull, transmitter of al-Ash`ari's school,  specialist of Arabic language, grammar, and poetry, orator, jurist, and hadith scholar. He  studied doctrine under al-Ash`ari's companion, Abu al-Hasan al-Bahili, and taught  al-Qushayri and al-Bayhaqi who cites him frequently in al-Asma' wa al-Sifat.  ... (long)

406


`Abd al-Malik b. Muhammad, Abu Sa`d al-Wa`iz al-Nisaburi al-Kharkushi (al-Khargushi) (d. 406) [ghadir]
406


Al-Kharkushi, `Abd al-Malik ibn Muhammad ibn Ibrahim, Abu Sa`d ibn Abi `Uthman  al-Naysaburi al-Shafi`i (d. 407)
[gfh-ash`ari-6]:
Named Shaykh al-Islam, al-Imam al-Qudwa by al-Dhahabi,  one of the leading scholars, commentators of Qur'an, exceptional orators, pious ascetics,  and hadith narrators of Khurasan. ... He authored a  large Qur'anic commentary, a book on the signs of Prophethood, a book entitled al-Zuhd,  the biographies of pious ascetics, and on other topics. Al-Hakim narrated hadiths from  him. ...

407


Ahmad b. `Abd al-Rahman b. Ahmad, Abu Bakr al-Farisi al-Shirazi (d. 407 ) [ghadir]
407


Al-Bastami (d. 408)
[gfh-ash`ari]
Al-Bastami, Muhammad ibn al-Husayn ibn Muhammad ibn al-Haytham, Abu `Umar ibn Abi Sa`d al-Shafi`i (d. 408), the orator, qadi , jurist, and shaykh of the Shafi`is in Naysabur. He took hadith from al-Tabarani among others in Iraq, al-Ahwaz, Asbahan, al-Basra, and Sijistan, and from him took al-Hakim, al-Bayhaqi, and others. Through Abu `Umar al-Bastami is related with a very weak chain the hadith of the Prophet ( saw ) from al-Hasan ibn `Ali: "What an excellent key is the gift given before stating one's need!" He married the daughter of Abu al-Tayyib al-Su`luki and came to Baghdad in the lifetime of Abu Hamid al-Isfarayini who gave him esteem and approval

408
(Iraq)

Al-Bajali (d. 410)
[gfh-ash`ari]
Al-Bajali, `Abd al-Wahid ibn Muhammad ibn `Uthman, Abu al-Qasim ibn Abi `Amr al-Baghdadi al-Shafi`i (d. 410), "the Shafi`i Ash`ari faqeeh ," a descendent of the Companion Jarir ibn `Abd Allah al-Bajali ( ra ). A qadi and specialist of fiqh , the principles of the law, and kalaam , he took hadith from Abu Bakr al-Najjad and others and was trustworthy in hadith narration. He authored books in usul .


410
(Baghdad)

Muhammad b. Ahmad b. Sahl, Abu al-Fath Ibn Abi al-Fawaris (d. 412 ) [ghadir]
412


Al-Sulami (d. 412) [gfh]
= Abu `Abd al-rahman Muhammad b. hussein b. Muhammad al-Azadi al-Sulami al-Nisaburi
b. 325, buried in al-Mada’in, wrote ovr 100 books [harawi]
325
412
(Naysabur)

Ibn Mila (d. 414)
[gfh-ash`ari-7]:
Ibn Mila, `Ali ibn Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Mila, Abu al-Hasan, Ibn Mashadha al-Asbahani al-Faradi (d. 414), one of the hadith scholars, named " Shaykh al-Islam ," " al-Imam al-Qudwa" and " al-Zahid Shaykh al-Sufiyya" by al-Dhahabi. Ibn Mandah said: "I roamed the East and the West and never saw in the world the like of two men: one of them was the qadi Abu Ahmad al-`Assal, the other was Abu al-Hasan ibn Mashadha the faqeeh ." ... He kept company with Abu Bakr `Abd Allah ibn Ibrahim ibn Wadih and Abu Ja`far Muhammad ibn al-Hasan ibn Mansur and others. He singled himself out in his time in his narration from Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn Yunus al-Abhari, Abu `Amr ibn Hakim al-Musafihi, al-Aswari, and others.

414
(Isfahan)

Al-Sharif Abu Talib (d. 415)
[gfh-ash`ari-7]:
Al-Sharif Abu Talib, `Abd al-Wahhab ibn `Abd al-Malik ibn al-Muhtadi Billah al-Hashimi al-Dimashqi (d. 415), the Ash`ari jurist.


415
(Dimashq)

Ahmad b. Musa b. Mardawayh, Abu Bakr al-Isfahani (d. 416 ) [ghadir]
416
(Isfahan)

Abu Ma`mar al-Isma`ili (d. 417)
[gfh-ash`ari-7]:
Abu Ma`mar al-Isma`ili, al-Fadl ibn Isma`il ibn Ahmad ibn Ibrahim, Abu Ma`mar ibn Abi Sa`d ibn Abi Bakr al-Jurjani (d. 417), he qadi and imam , son of the imam , son of the imam. His grandfather was Abu Bakr al-Isma`ili. He took fro him al-Bukhari's " Sahih " and narrated hadith from his father Abu Sa`d, al-Daraqutni, and others in Baghdad and Mecca before returning to Jurjan.


417
(Jurjan)

Al-`Abdawi (d. 417)
[gfh-ash`ari-7]:
Al-`Abdawi, `Umar ibn Ahmad ibn Ibrahim ibn `Abduyah, Abu Hazim al-Hudhli al-Mas`udi al-Naysaburi al-A`raj (d. 417), the trustworthy hadith master, named al-Imam al-Hafiz Sharaf al-Muhaddithin by al-Dhahabi. Among his shaykhs were the hadith masters Abu Bakr al-Isma`ili, Abu al-Hasan al-Hajjaji, and al-Hakim. Al-Khatib, Abu Salih al-Mu'adhdhin, and others narrated from him.


417
(Naysabur)

Abu Ishaq  al-Isfarayini
[gfh-ash`ari-4]:
Abu Ishaq  al-Isfarayini, Ibrahim ibn Muhammad ibn Ibrahim ibn Mihran, Rukn al-Din, al-Naysaburi  al-Shafi`i (d. 418), the faqeeh, expert in usul, kalam, and the Arabic language, "the  most unique erudite imam and teacher" according to al-Dhahabi.  He reached the rank of ijtihad. He was scrupulously pious, devoted to worship, and most  trustworthy in hadith narration. He took hadith in Iraq and Khurasan from Da`laj al-Sajzi,  Abu Bakr al-Shafi`i, Abu Bakr al-Isma`ili and others, and from him took al-Bayhaqi,  al-Qushayri, and Abu al-Tayyib al-Tabari among others. He authored al-Jami` fi Usul al-Din  wa al-Radd `ala al-Mulhidin ("The Compendium in the Principles of the Religion and  the Refutation of the Atheists") and other works. A major school was built for him in  Naysabur. Abu Ishaq al-Shirazi said in his Tabaqat al-Fuqaha': "The majority of the  shaykhs of Naysabur took kalam and usul from him." ... (more)

418
(Iraq)

Al-Laalikaa'ee (d. 418 H.)
418


Ibn Miskawayh, Ahmad b. Muhammad b. Ya`qub, Abu `Ali (d. 421 ) [ghadir]
421


Sultan Mahmood Ghaznawi (d. 421) [islaam-t]
421


Imam al-Qadir (abbasid caliph buried in Rusafa, r.381-422 H.) [al-Harawi]
423
Rusafa

Ibn Sammak, Ahmad b. al-Husayn b. Ahmad, Abu al-Hasan al-Baghdadi (d. 424 ) [ghadir]
424


Al-Tha`labi, Ahmad b. Muhammad b. Ibrahim, Abu Ishaq al-Nisaburi (d. 427 ) [ghadir]
=? al-Tha`alibi (d. 429 H.) [gk]

427/
429?


Al-Quduri (d. 428 H.) [laher]
= Ahmad b. Muhammad b.Ahmad b. Ja`far b. hamdani al-Baghdadi al-Quduri (d. 428)
Last great Hanafi scholar in Iraq [maraqi]

428


`Abd Allah b. `Ali b. Muhammad b. Bashran, Abu Muhammad (d. 429 ) [ghadir]
429


`Abd al-Malik b. Muhammad b. Isma`il, Abu Mansur al-Tha`alibi al-Naysaburi (d. 429 ) [ghadir]
429


at-Talamankee (d. 429 H.)
429


Abd al-Qahir al-Baghdadi (d. 429 H.) [gfh]
429


Abu Nu`aym al-Isfahani (d. 430 H.)
= Abu Nu`aym, Ahmad b. `Abd Allah b. Ahmad, al-'Isfahani (d. 430 )
[ghadir][bb-hadith] [nuh][gfh]
[ahm-fb]: “Hilyat al-awlia’”
[ZaSh p8] also wrote "Dhikr akhbar Isbahan"
336
430


Abu Muhammad al-Juwayni (d. 438) [gfh]
(see also his son: ibn al-Juwaini, imam al-Haramain)

438


Ibn Mudhahhib, al-Hasan b. `Ali b. Muhammad, Abu `Ali al-Tamimi (d. 444 ) [ghadir]
444


Ibn Samman, Isma`il b. `Ali b. al-Husayn, Abu Sa`id al-Razi (d. 445 ) [ghadir]
445


Abu al-Hasan al-Mawardi (d. 448 H.) –various bios
Al-Maawardee (d 456 H.)??

448
/456 ?


Abu `Uthman Isma`il al-Sabuni (d. 449 H.) [gfh]
449


`Ali ibn Khalaf Ibn Battal (d. 449 H.)
[ahm-fb]: maliki from Cordoba, first commentary on SH

449


Ahmad b. Muhammad b. `Ali, Abu Muhammad al-`Asimi (d. 450 ?) [ghadir]
450 ?


Ibn Hazm (d. 456 H.)
456


Qadi Abu Ya`la (d. 458) [ccia_e.pdf]



Al-Baihaqi (d. 458 H.) [bb-hadith] [nuh] [gfh] [manhaj]
= Ahmad b. al-Husayn b. `Ali, Abu Bakr al-Bayhaqi (d. 458 ) [ghadir]
= Al-Bayhaqi, Ahmad ibn al-Husayn ibn `Ali ibn `Abd Allah ibn Musa, Abu Bakr al-Bayhaqi  al-Naysaburi al-Khusrawjirdi al-Shafi`i al-Ash`ari (384-458)
[gfh-ash`ari-8]:
Al-Bayhaqi, Ahmad ibn al-Husayn ibn `Ali ibn `Abd Allah ibn Musa, Abu Bakr al-Bayhaqi  al-Naysaburi al-Khusrawjirdi al-Shafi`i al-Ash`ari (384-458), "the jurisprudent imam,  hadith master, authority in the foundations of doctrine (usuli), scrupulous and devoted  ascetic, defender of the School both in its foundations and its branches, one of the  mountains of Islamic knowledge." He is known in the books of the scholars of Naysabur  and his direct students as "al-faqeeh Ahmad." - He took kalam from the two Ash`ari imams Ibn Furak and Abu Mansur al-Baghdadi, but he  had more than a hundred shaykhs ... Al-Bayhaqi took fiqh from the imam Abu al-Fath Nasir ibn al-Husayn ibn Muhammad  al-Qurashi al-`Umari al-Marwazi al-Shafi`i al-Naysaburi (d. 444). Imam al-Haramayn said:  "There is no Shafi`i except he owes a huge debt to al-Shafi`i, except al-Bayhaqi, to  whom al-Shafi`i owes a huge debt for his works which imposed al-Shafi`i's school and his  sayings." ... (long article)
Al-Baihaqi : 70 branches of faith
[ahm-fb]: shafi`i, ash`ari of Nishapur “Sunan al-kubra”, “Shu`ab al-iman”
384
458


Abu Mansur (d. 461 H.) (hts-brief note)
461


Karima bin Ahmad: Karima al-Marwaziyya (d. 462 in Mecca)
[goldz/female musnids]: No transmitter of the Bukhari could compete with her isnad
Abu Dharr of Harat (himself a great authority in ilm al-hadith) says of this woman before his death, 'Keep exclusively to Karima, because she has acquired the knowledge of al-Bukhari's work in the line of transmission (tariq) of Abu'l-Haytham"

462
Makka

Al-Khatib al-Baghdadi (d. 463 H.) [nuh] [gfh] [manhaj-albani] [cr]
463


= al-Khatib al-Baghdadi, Ahmad b. `Ali b. Thabit, Abu Bakr (d. 463 ) [ghadir]



Abu `Umar Yusuf ibn `Abd al-Barr al-Maliki (d. 463 H.) [bb-hadith] [gfh]
= Ibn `Abd al-Barr, Yusuf b. `Abd Allah b. M., Abu `Umar al-Namari al-Qurtubi [ghadir]
[ahm-fb]: chief judge of Lisbon; books on hadith methodology & grammar

463


Abu al-Qasim al-Qushayri (d. 465 H.)
[ahm-fb]: shafi`i muhaddith of Nishapur “Al-Risala”
376
465
Nisabur
عبد الكريم بن هوازن بن عبد الملك بن طلحة النيسابوري القشيري ، من أئمة الصوفية وأعلامهم، وهو شيخ خراسان في عصره، ولد عام 376هـ وتوفي بنيسابور عام 465هـ، من مصنفاته : الرسالة القشيرية، في علم التصوف، والتيسير في التفسير، ويقال له التفسير الكبير، وهو من أجود التفاسير، وله تفسير آخر سماه : لطائف الإشارات، في ثلاثة أجزاء، أنظر ترجمته في طبقات الشافعية للسبكي ج 3 ص 243-248، وفي تاريخ بغداد للخطيب ج 11 ص 83، وفي مفتاح السعادة لطاش كبري زاده ج 1 ص 438 ثم ج 2 ص 186، وفي الفكر السامي للحجوي ج 2 ص 390 رقم الترجمة 842، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 4 ص 57
Imam al-Qa’im (abbasid caliph buried in Rusafa, r.422-467 H.) [al-Harawi]
467
Rusafa
al-Wahidi (d. 468) [nuh]
= al-Wahidi, Abu al-Hasan `Ali b. Ahmad b. M. b. `Ali b. Mattawayh, al-Naysaburi[ghadir]

468


al-Shariff Abu Ja'far al-Hashimi (d. 470 H.)
470


`Abd al-Qadir Jilani (d. 472 H.)
472


Abul-Walid al-Baji (d. 474 H.) [gfh]
474


Abu Ishaq ash-Shirazi (d. 476 H.)
476


Abu Walid Al-Baji al-Maliki (d. 477 H.)
477


Mas`ud b. Nasir b. `Abd Allah b. Ahmad, Abu Sa`id al-Sijzi (al-Sijistani) (d. 477 ) [ghadir]
477


Imam al-Haramain ibn al-Juwayni (d. 478) [gfh]
478


Fatima bin Ali (d. 480)
daughter of a school teacher
famed as a calligrapher and expert in traditions [goldz/female musnids]

480


Abu Isma`il al-Harawi al-Ansari (d. 481 H.) [gfh] [hts] [ahm-fb]
(anti-ash`ari)
“sheikh al-Islam” Hanbali muhaddith of Heart, sufi (“Manazil al-sa’irin”) & “Mun’j’t”

481


Ibn al-Maghazili (d. 483 H.) [gk]
= Ibn al-Maghazili, `Ali b. M., Abu al-Hasan al-Tayyib al-Jullabi al-Shafi`i [ghadir]

483


Imam al-Muqtadi (abbasid caliph buried in Rusafa, r.467-487 H.) [al-Harawi]
489
Rusafa
Abu Mudhaffar as-Sam'aanee (d. 489 H.)
489


Nasr b. Ibrahim b. Nasr Abu al-fath al-Maqdisi al-Nablusi (d. 490)
Sheikh of th Shafi`is in Sham, shafi`i faqih and hadith narrator, immigrated to Damascus from al-Quds. Student of Salim ibn Ayyub al-Razi, one of the teachers of imam al-Ghazali. [Ziarat al-Sham p. 57-60]

490
نصر بن إبراهيم بن نصر أبو الفتح المقدسي النابلسي
Ibn Haddad al-Haskani (d. 490 H.) [gk]
=Ibn Haddad al-Haskani, `Ubayd Allah b. `Abd Allah, Abu al-Qasim al-Hakim al-Nisaburi al-Hanafi (d. 490 ) [ghadir]

490


`Ali b. al-Hasan b. al-Husayn, Abu al-Hasan al-Khal`i al-Musili al-Shafi`i (d. 492 ) [ghadir]
492












6th C








`Umar al-Rawwasi (d. 503) [div]
503


Abu Haamid al-Ghazali (d. 505 H.)
= al-Ghazali, Muhammad b. Muhammad, Abu Hamid al-Tusi al-Shafi`i (d. 505) [gk]
(hts-brief note) [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
born in Tus, then travelled to Nisabur, then to Baghdad, then Hijaz, then Sham, then Misr, then he returned to Khurasan.
Studied w. Imam al-Haramayn [Adab al-Suhba p.70f3]
450
505


`Uthman b. Ibrahim b. M. b. Abi Bakr M.Raja’ al-Fadli al-Bukhari al-Hanafi (d. 508) [maraqi]
508


Abul-Khattaab al-Kalwadhaanee (d. 510 H.)
510


Muhammad b. `Ali b. Maymun, Abu al-Ghana'im al-Kufi al-Narsi (d. 51) [gk]
51?


Imam al-Mustazhir (abbasid caliph buried in Rusafa, r.487-512 H.) [al-Harawi]
512
Rusafa
Abu Wafa Ibn `Aqil (d. 512 H.) (hts-brief note) [kabbani/tasawwuf]
(ash`ari on who ibn al-Jawzi relied, acc. ibn rajab)
=? Abul Wafa al-Mawsili al-Jawni M. al-FaDl b. Barakat, the sayyid, buried in Bab al-Saghir [gfh Merits of Sham]

512


Ibn Mandah, Yahya b. `Abd al-Wahhab, Abu Zakariyya al-Isbahani (d. 512) [gk]
512


Yusuf b. Muhammad b. Yusuf al-Tuziri al-Tilimsani
known as Ibn al-Nahwi

513
Algeria
.يوسف بن محمد بن يوسف التوزري التلمساني المعروف بابن النحوي ناظم المنفرجة التي مطلعها :

اشتدي أزمة تنفرجي     قد آذن ليلك بالبلج

سكن سجلماسة مدة غير قصيرة، ثم انتقل لفاس، ثم لقلعة حماد قرب مدينة بجاية بالقطر الجزائري، وبها توفي عام 513هـ، صحب أبا الحسن علي اللخمي، وأخذ عن أبي الفضل أبي عبد الله محمد بن علي المعروف بابن الرمامة وأبي عبد الله محمد المازري وأبي زكرياء الشقراطيسي وعبد الجليل الربعي وغيرهم. وكان رحمه الله ممن انتصر لعدم إحراق كتب الإمام الغزالي، وذلك لما افتى فقهاء المغرب بإحراقها في عهد الدولة المرابطية. أنظر ترجمته في جذوة الإقتباس لابن القاضي ص 552 رقم الترجمة 643 وفي التشوف لابن الزيات ص 95 رقم الترجمة 9 وفي شجرة النور الزكية لمخلوف ص 126 رقم الترجمة 365 وفي نيل الإبتهاج للتنبكتي ص 349 وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 8 ص 247
Husain ibn Mas`ud Al-Bagahwi (d. 516 H.) [nuh]
= Husayn b. Mas`ud, Abu Muhammad al-Farra' al-Baghawi al-Shafi`i (Muhyi al-Sunnah) (d. 516) [gk]

516


Ibn Rushd

520
Cordoba
محمد بن أحمد ابن رشد ، قاضي الجماعة بقرطبة، له تآليف كثيرة منها : المقدمات الممهدات، وهو جد ابن رشد الفيلسوف الشهير، توفي رحمه الله بقرطبة في ذي القعدة عام 520هـ، انظر ترجمته في الأعلام للزركلي ج 5 ص 316 وفي شجرة النور الزكية لمخلوف ص 129 رقم الترجمة 376. وفي بغية الملتمس لابن عميرة الضبي ص 40، وفي الفكر السامي للحجوي ج 2 ص 255 رقم الترجمة 581
Hibat Allah b. Muhammad b. `Abd al-Wahid, Abu al-Qasim al-Shaybani (d. 525) [gk]
525


Abu Ya`la (d. 526) [ccia_e.pdf]
526


Ibn al-Zaghuni, `Ali b. `Abd Allah b. Nasr b. al-Sirri al-Zaghuni (d. 527 AH-1133 CE) [gk]
527


Abu Ya`la (d. 458) [my notes] (?!?)
?? 458


Abul-Hasan `Ali ibn `Ubaid Allah al-Zaghuni al-Hanbali (d. 527)
author of “al-Idah” and one of Ibn al-Jawzi's teachers. [gfh]

527


Ibn al-Arabi al-Maliki (d. 532 H.) ??
532


al Asbahani (d. 535 H.)
535


Razin b. Mu`awiyah, Abu al-Husayn al-`Abdari al-Sarqasti al-Andulasi (d. 535) [gk]
535


Abu `abdAllah Muhammad al-Mazuri (d. 536 H. )
[ahm-fb]: fromMazur in Muslim Sicily, lived in Tunisia, taught maliki fiqh to Abu Bakr ibn al-`Arabi, Qadii `Iyad, Ibn Rushd; commentary on SH, work on ash`ari kalam

536


al-Khatib al-Khawarazmi (d. 538 H.) [gk]
538


Jar Allah Mahmud ibn `Umar al-Zamakhshari (d. 538) [gk]
= al-Zamakhshari, Jar Allah Mahmud b. `Umar, Abu al-Qasim (d. 538) [gk]
(independent ijtihad)

538


Sheikh Rislan al-Dimashqi (d. ~540 H.)
The greatest wali of Damascus. His chain goes back to al-Sari al-Saqati. Buried near Bab Tuma.
With him is buried: His Sheikh Abu `¬mir al-Mu'addab, on the qibla side; and on the southern side: Sheikh Abu Majd, Ibrahim b. `Abd al-`Aziz al-Sanadi, the caretaker of the grave, Sheikh Najm al-Din b. Isra'il (Ibn Tulun witnessed his burial), and Sheikh Ahmad al-Harun (d. 13.. H./ 19..).
His isnad is:
1. Sheikh Abu ` Amir al-Mu'addab – الشيخ أبو عمر المؤدب
2. Sheikh - YaSin – الشيخ ياسين
3. Sheikh Musallama – الشيخ مسلمة
4. `Aqilah – عقيلة
5. `Ali b.  `Alim - علي بن عليم
6. Abu Sa`id – أبو سعيد
7. `Isa al-Haram – عيسى الحرام
8. Al-Sari al-Saqati – السري السقطي
May Allah bepleased wiht them all – رضي الله عنهم أجمعين

~540

الشيخ رسلان بن عبد الرحمن بن عبد الله الجعفري

إسناده :
الشيخ أبو عمر المؤدب
الشيخ ياسين
الشيخ مسلمة
عقيلة
علي بن عليم
أبو سعيد
عيسى الحرام
السري السقطي
رضي الله عنهم أجمعين
Abu Muhammad `abd al-Haqq Ibn `Atiyyah (d. 541 H.)
[ahm-fb]: maliki faqih of Granada, qadi of al-Mariyyah; wrote tafsir popular among sufis

541


Abu Bakr ibn al-`Arabi (d. 543 H.) [hts]
[ahm-fb] studied under al-Ghazali

543


al Asbahaanee (d. 544 H.)
544


`Iyad b. Musa, Abu al-Fadl al-Yahsabi al-Sabti al-Qadi (d. 544) [gk] 476
544

     العلامة القاضي عياض بن موسى بن عياض بن عمرون اليحصبي السبتي ، عالم المغرب، وإمام أهل الحديث في وقته، ولد بسبتة عام 476هـ، وبها حفظ القرآن الكريم وبعض المتون العلمية، ثم رحل إلى الأندلس طلبا للعلم، فنال منه حظا وافرا، وشيوخه فيه ينيفون على المائة، وبعد رجوعه لمسقط رأسه تولى القضاء بسبتة مدة طويلة، ثم انتقل بعد ذلك إلى الأندلس حيث تولى قضاء غرناطة، وله رحمه الله مصنفات كثيرة منها : الشفا بتعريف حقوق المصطفى، وترتيب المدارك وتقريب المسالك في معرفة أعلام مذهب الإمام مالك، وإكمال معلم في شرح مسلم، كمل به معلم شيخه المازري، والإلماع إلى معرفة أصول الرواية وتقييد السماع، وقد جمع العلامة المقري سيرة العلامة القاضي عياض وأخباره في كتابه : أزهار الرياض في أخبار القاضي عياض، وهو أربع مجلدات، وتوفي رحمه الله بمراكش سنة 544هـ وكان عمره عند وفاته 68 سنة، وهو أحد الرجالات السبعة بمراكش المعروفين بالعلم والصلاح والولاية، انظر ترجمته في النبوغ المغربي لكنون ج 1 ص 87، وفي شجرة النور الزكية لمحمد مخلوف ص 140 رقم الترجمة 411، وفي وفيات الأعيان لابن خلكان ج 1 ص 392، وفي جذوة الاقتباس لابن القاضي ص 498 رقم الترجمة 567، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 5 ص 99، وفي الفكر السامي للحجوي ج 2 ص 260 رقم الترجمة 587، وفي فهرس الفهارس لعبد الحي الكتاني ص 797 رقم الترجمة 446
al-Shahrastani al-Shafi`i (d. 548 H.) [gk]
= al-Shahrastani, Muhammad b. `Abd al-Karim, Abu al-Fath al-Shafi`i (d. 548) [gk]

548


`Abd al-Rahman al-Madani al-`Ittar al-Zayyat (d. 548 H n”ra Madina)
kallades f–r al-Zayyat pga att han bodde i oljehandlarnas distrikt i Madina
Hans sheikh var Taqi al-Din al-Fuqayyar al-Nahrundi (d. 594)
l”rare till Ibn Mashish [Tarikh al-tariqa al-Shadhiliyyah, Tabaqat al-Shadhiliyya]
F–ljeslagare till Ahmad al-Rafa`i (d. 578); took his khirqa and wrote a qasida in his honor, was with him on the hajj were the famous incident of stretching out the hand (?) ocurred. [Tabaqat al-Shadhiliyya]

548?
n”ra Madina عبد الرحمن المدني العطّار الماقب بالزيّات لسكناه حارة لازياتين بالمدينة المنورة
 Ali b. al- Hasan / `Ali b. Abi Ja`far alBalkhi (d. 548)
Hanafi imam, bio in Abn `Asakir's Tarikh
buried in Bab al-Saghir [ZaSh p.70]

548
Dimashq

Abu al-Bayan Nab’ b. M. b . Mahfuz al-Qurashi al-Dimashqi (d. 551)
Scholar of language and fiqh, murshid of the Bayani order. He used to study shafi`i fiqh together with Sheikh Rislan in a mosque in the Grand Suq near Bab Sharqi. Buried in Bab al-Saghir. [Ziarat al-Sham p. 61]

551

أبو البيان نَبا بن محمد بن محفوظ القرشي الدمشقي، معروف بابن الحوراني
Imam al-Muktafi (abbasid caliph buried in Rusafa, r.530-555 H.) [al-Harawi]
555
Rusafa
Muhammad b. `Ali b. Ibrahim, Abu al-Fath al-Natanzi (d. 555 ) [gk]
555


Ahmad Quddama (d. 558)
 أبو عباس أحمد بن محمد بن قدامة، والد أبي عمر وموفق الدين
wali of damascus, miracles associated w. Nahr al-Yazid
Father of Abu `Umar and Muwaffaq al-Din. Fled the franks fin al-Quds for hte sake of the Din and settled in Abu Salih's mosque outside Bab Sharqi, then climbed up and settled at the foot of Qasiun.The area is called Salhiyyah after them. [ZaSh p. 100:f1]
Buried together with his son Abu `Umar at the foot of the Qasiun maountain

558
Dimashq

Abu Muhmammad `Abd al-Qadir b. Musa al Jilani (b. 471 - d. 561 H. in Baghdad)
[harawi]
(hts-brief note)
(ur Necklaces of Gems) (lÂng)
[Adabal-Suhba p.103f1] buried in his madrasa in Baghdad
471
561
Baghdad
عبد القادر بن موسى بن عبد الله بن جنكي دوست الحسني الجيلاني مؤسس الطريقة القادرية، ولد في جيلان –(وراء طبرستان) سنة 471هـ وتوفي ببغداد سنة 561هـ له تآليف كثيرة منها : الفتح الرباني، وفتوح الغيب، والغنية، والفيوضات الربانية وغيرها، أنظر ترجمته في الكامل لابن الأثير ج 11 ص 121 وفي معجم الشيوخ لعبد الحفيظ الفاسي ج 1 ص 52 وفي فوات الوفيات لابن شاكر الكتبي ج 2 ص 2 وفي الأعلام لخير الدين الزركلي ج 4 ص 47 وفي الطبقات الكبرى للشعراني ج 1 ص 126-132، وفي الفكر السامي للحجوي ج 2 ص 429 رقم الترجمة 937، وفي شذرات الذهب لابن العماد ج 4 ص 198، وفي النجوم الزاهرة لابن تغري بردي ج 5 ص 371
al-Sam`ani, `Abd al-Karim b. Muhammad, Abu Sa`d al-Shafi`i (d. 562) [gk]
562

Imam al-Mustanjid (abbasid caliph buried in Rusafa, r.555-566 H.) [al-Harawi]
566
Rusafa
al-Qurtubi, Yahya b. Sa`dun b. Tamam, Abu Bakr al-Azdi al-Qurtubi(d. 567) [gk]
known as Sabiq al-Din [gk]

567

Ibn `Asakir, `Ali b. al-Husayn b. Hibat Allah, Abu al-Qasim al-Dimashqi al-Shafi`i (d. 571)
[gk][aicp][gfh-bio]
(ash`ari) `aqida text (short, w. explanation)
[Ziarat al-Sham p. 62]:
shafi`i scholar, imam of the pple of hadith of his time, author of the Tarikh Dimashq, travelled and hear hadith from over 1000 narrators. Buried in Bab al-saghrir east of hte teh enclosure whereSayyiduna Mu`awiya is buried.
a
499
571
Dimashq
أبو القاسم ابن عساكر بن علي بن الحسن بن هبة الله بن عبد الله بن الحسين
Shaikha Shahidah al-Dinuri (d. 574 H.) (hts-brief note)
=? Shuhda 'the writer' (d. 574 aged almost a hundred)
[goldz/female musnids] andalusian female scholar, occupied with lectures on al-Bukhari and other works.

574


Imam al-Mustadi (abbasid caliph buried in Baghdad, r.566-575 H.) [al-Harawi]
575
Baghdad

Al-Sayyid Ahmad al-Rifa`i al-Huseini (b. 512 – d. 578 ) [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
Buried in al-Kut 175 km south of Baghdad [harawi]
Ahmad b.  `Ali b. Ahmad b. Yahya al-Rifa`i, born i a village near Wasiti, educated in the Shafi`i madhhab, passed away in his land (bi-baladihi) [Adab al-Suhba p. 44f2]
512
578
/Baghdad/

Abu al-Ma`ali al-Nisaburi (d. 578) [ZaSH p. 34]
orator, preacher, shafi`i scholar, lived in damascus, buried in the sufi graveyard [Ziarat al-Sham p.35]

578 Dimashq
أبر المعالي نسعود بن محمد بن مسعود النيسابوري
Nur al-Din b. Zanki (b. 511 - d. 579)
just ruler of Damscus, first in history ot build a Dar al-hadith, gave many books as waqf, built schools and mosques and institueted many auqaf, loved and honored the pple of din; strong in warfare, a good archer, he would only consume out of wealth he gained by buisineness or spoils of war according to what the `ulema deemd lawful; he forbade wide under his rule, known for his justice and rightousness, rebuilt the city walls and fortresses of all Sham: Aleppo and Hums and Hama and Damascus and other places; build several hospitals, the most famous one in Damascus, which was institueted as waqf, and where rich and poor were attended to; and he made Daria (a village in the Ghuta west of Damascus) a waqf for poor Muslims. [Ziarat al-Sham p. 27-28, quoting Ibn Khaldun]
He was buried in the city wall of Damascus, later his remains were moved to a madrasa he had built for the Hanafis on the Westersn side of (الخواصين أو الخوامين، معروف الآن بسعق الخياطين وكان يعرف بسوق الآخصاصين)ـ - [Ziarat al-Sham p. 29]
511
579
Dimashq
السلطان أبو القاسم نور الدين محمود ين أبي سعيد(أو سعد) زنكي بن سيف الدين
Abu Madyan al-Maghribi (d. 580 ) [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
580/
581


al-Madini, Muhammad b. `Umar b. Ahmad b. `Umar, Abu Musa al-Madini al-'Isbahani al-Shafi`i (d. 581) [gk]
581


'ABDUL-HAQ bin 'Abdur-Rahman: (d. 581 H.) [bb-hadith] (brief)
581


`abd al-Rahman ibn `abdAllah al-Suhayli (d. 581 H.)
[ahm-fb]: blind Maliki historian from Malaga; “Rawd al-unuf” (msot respected commentary on IbnIshaq’s Sira)

581


al-Hazimi, Muhammad b. Musa b. `Uthman, Abu Bakr al-Hamadani al-Shafi`i (d. 584) [gk]
584


`Abd al-Wahid al-'Amidi al-Tamimi (d. 588 H.) [gk]
588


`Abd al-Rahim al—Qana’i (d. 592) ) [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
592


`Ali b. Abi Bakr al-Marghinani (d. 593)
593


author of “al-Tajnis al-mazid” [maraqi]



Abu Madyan Shu`ayb ibn al-Husayn al-Ansari al-Andalusi
the Nurturer’ (al-Ghawth)
He was the teacher lf al-Razaq al-Jazuli, who was the sheikh and teacher of `Abd al-Rahim al-Qan’’i and Abu al-Hajjaj al-Aqs’ri
and he was the teacher of Ibn Harzihim (Harazim ) who was the teacher of Imam Abul Hasan al-Shadhili [Tarikh al-Tariqati al-Shadhiliyya]

teacher of Ibn al-`Arabi

Born around the year 509/1115-16 at the fortress of Cantillana in the region of Seville (Ishbiliya) in Muslim Spain, he orphaned early in life by the unexpected death of his father and suffered cruel treatment and exploitation at the hands of his elder brothers. The Moroccan biographer Abu Ya’qub Yusuf ibn Yahya at-Tadili (d. 627/1229-30), who reproduced many of the shaykh’s autobiographical comments in his Kitab al-tashawwuf ila rijal at-tasawwuf.

He learned the trade of weaving and lived from it.

His teacher in Fas was
Abu’l-Hasan [Ali] ibn Hirzihim:

"
[I went to this shaykh] and told him that I could memorize only what I had learned from him alone and he said to me, ‘These [others] speak with parts of their tongues, but their words are not worthy [even] to call the prayer. Since I seek [only] God with my words, they come from the heart and enter the heart.’
"

Sheikh of the pple of Maghrib. Born in Bajaya 514, lived there, later in Timisan
Many great plle tock from him, like Ibn `Arabi
passed away in Tilmisan 594 [Adab al-Suhba p. 79f1] Tabaqat al-Awlia, Siar A`lam al-Nubala, al-Sha`rani's al-Tabaqat al-Kubra
509/
514
594


Taqi al-Din al-Fuqayyar al-Nahrundi al-Wasiti (d. 594 i byn Nahrund i Wasit i Iraq)
Sheikh till `Abd al-Rahman al-Zayyat (d. 5..?)


594

تقي الدين الفقير النهرندي الواسطي العراقي المتوفى ببلدته نهرند من أعمال الواسط بالعراق سنة ٥٩٤
Ibn Rushd (d. 595)
595




597


Abu Farj ibn al-Jawzi (d. 597 H.)
=Ibn al-Jawzi, `Abd al-Rahman b. `Ali b. M., Abu al-Faraj al-Bakri al-Hanbali (d. 597)
[hts] [bilal philips] [gfh] [nuh]
[ahm-fb]: hanbali, sufi
[gfh] hanbali, ash? ari; his lineage goes back to Abu Bakr al-Siddiq
508 /
509 /
510
597

عبد الرحمان بن علي بن محمد الجوزي القرشي البغدادي ، مؤرخ، فقيه، محدث، ولد ببغداد عام 508هـ، بها توفي عام 597هـ، له نحو 300 مصنف، منها تلقيح فهوم أهل الآثار في مختصر السير والأخبار، والوفا في فضائل المصطفى، ومناقب بغداد، وفنون الأفنان في عيون علوم القرآن، ومناقب عمر بن عبد العزيز، ومناقب أحمد بن حنبل، ومناقب عمر بن الخطاب، والمنتظم في تاريخ الملوك والأمم، وغيرهم. وهو من المبالغين في الإنكار على الصوفية والتشديد عليهم والرد على أقوالهم وأحوالهم وما إلى ذلك. انظر ترجمته في وفيات الأعيان لابن خلكان ج 1 ص 279، وفي مفتاح السعادة لطاش كبري زاده ج 1 ص 207، وفي البداية والنهاية لابن كثير ج 13 ص 28، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 3 ص 316، وفي الفكر السامي للحجوي ج 2 ص 429 رقم الترجمة 938. وفي فهرس الفهارس لعبد الحي الكتاني ص 308-310 رقم الترجمة 132
Abu `Abd Allah Muhammad b. Ahmad b. Ibrahim al-Qurashi (b. in al-Andalus - d. 599  in al-Quds)
lived in Misr for some time, then moved to aal-Quds and died there 55 years old
~544
599
al-Quds
.أبو عبد الله محمد بن أحمد بن إبراهيم القرشي ، من أعلام الصوفية، أصله من الجزيرة الخضراء ببلاد الأندلس، أقام بمصر مدة غير قصيرة، ثم سكن بعدها القدس، وبها توفي عام 599هـ، عن 55 سنة من عمره، أنظر ترجمته في الطبقات الكبرى للشعراني ج 1 ص 159 رقم الترجمة 281، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 5 ص 319










6th C – date of passing unclear








Mashur al-Salmaan (critic of ibn al-Jawzi)








Abi'l Fath Ibn Al-Batti (d. end 6th C H., Baghdad) (teacher of ibn Quddamah)



Hibatullah Ibn Al-Hasan Ad-Daqaq (d. end 6th C H., Baghdad) (teacher of ibn Quddamah)



Abi Zur'ah Ibn Tahir(d. end 6th C H., Baghdad) (teacher of ibn Quddamah)



Yahya Ibn Thabit (d. end 6th C H., Baghdad) (teacher of ibn Quddamah)



Khadijah An-Nahrawaaniyah (d. end 6th C H., Baghdad) (teacher of ibn Quddamah)



Abi Al-Makarim Ibn Hilal (d. end 6th C H., Damascus) (teacher of ibn Qudamah)



Abi Al-Fadl at-Tusi (d. end 6th C H., Musil) (teacher of ibn Qudadmah)



Al-Mubarak Ibn At-Tabbakh (d. end 6th C H., Makkah) (teacher of ibn Quddamah)








Abu `Umar b. Ahmad b. Quddama

~600
Dimashq

Abu al-Su'ood Ibn Abil al-'Ashaa'ir (a great Qutb from around 600, buried in Cairo [MY]
~600 Cairo










7th C








al-Qadi Jamal al-Din Ahmad b. Muhammad al-Qabis al-Ghaznawi al-Hanafi (d. ~600)
author of “al-Hawi fil furu`”

~600

As`ad b. Mahmud b. Khalaf, Abu al-Futuh al-`Ijli al-'Isbahani al-Shafi`i (d. 600) [gk]
600


Hafizh `Abd al-Ghani al-Maqdisi (d. 600 H.) [hts] [my notes]
600


Abu al- ¿bbas Ahmad b. Ja`far al-Khasraji al-Sabati 524
601
Marakesh أبو العباس أحمد بن جعفر الخزرجي السبتي ، من أكابر أولياء المغرب في وقته، وهو أحد الرجالات السبعة بمراكش، ولد بسبتة عام 524هـ، وتوفي بمراكش في 3 جمادى الثانية سنة 601هـ، انظر ترجمته في الإعلام بمن حل مراكش وأغمات من الأعلام، لابن إبراهيم المراكشي ج 1 ص 234-325، وفي مقدمة الإرتجال في مشاهير سبعة رجال، لنفس المؤلف، وفي ذيل التشوف إلى رجال التصوف لابن الزيات ص 451، وفي شجرة النور الزكية لمخلوف ص 184 رقم الترجمة 608، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 1 ص 107. وفي سلوة الأنفاس لابن جعفر الكتاني ج 3 ص 56
Ibn al-Shaykh, Yusuf b. Muhammad, Abu al-Hajjaj al-Balawi al-Maliki (d. 605) [gk]
605


Ibn al-`Athir (d. 606 H.)
= Ibn al-'Athir, Majd al-Din Abu Sa`adat al-Mubarak b. Muhammad, al-Shaybani al-Jazari al-Shafi`i (d. 606) [gk]

606


Fakhr al-Din al-Razi (d. 606) [nuh] [gfh]
= Fakhr al-Din al-Razi, Muhammad b. `Umar b. al-Hasan, Abu `Abd Allah al-Shafi`i (d. 606) [gk]
544
606

أبو عبد الله محمد بن عمر بن الحسن بن الحسين التيمي البكري - فخر الدين الرازي - فقيه، مفسر، أصولي، له مؤلفات كثيرة منها : مفاتيح الغيب، في تفسير القرآن في ثمان مجلدات، ولوامع البينات في شرح أسماء الله تعالى والصفات، ومعالم أصول الدين، والمسائل الخمسون في أصول الكلام، وغير ذلك من التصانيف الكثيرة. ولد بالري وإليها نسبته وذلك عام 544هـ، وكانت وفاته رحمه الله سنة 606هـ، أنظر ترجمته في طبقات الشافعية للسبكي ج 5 ص 33، وفي لسان الميزان لابن حجر العسقلاني ج 4 ص 426، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 6 ص 313




 
Taqi al-Din Abu Muhammad 'Abd al-Ghani Al-Maqdisi (d. 612H)
[my notes]
[mentioned by manhaj as formost teacher of ibn Quddamah]
[not the same as the hafizh d. 600]

612


Shaikha Saiyida al-Maqdisiyyah (d. 610 H.) (hts-brief note)
610


Taj al-Din Zayd b. al-Hasan b. Zayd, Abu al-Yaman al-Kindi (d. 613) [gk]
613


Mahmud b. Ahmad b. `Abd al-`Aziz b. `Umar b. Mazah (d. 616)
Author of “Dhakhiratu al-fatwa”, which he abridged in his famous book “al-Muhit al-burhani” [maraqi]

616


Zaynab bint al-Sha'ri (d.617) of Nisaburi
[goldz/female musnids]
held large number of ijazas from learned contemporaries (e.g.al-Zamakhshari)
her ijaza in turn was sought after by men like Ibn Khallikan

617


Najm al-Din al-Kabri,  Ahmad b. mar al-Khaw’rizmi
sufi, Sheikh ofh Khaw’rizm of his time, shafi`i
travelled around to seek hadith, mfassir and muhaddith
Died shahid at the bab of Khawazim in the war against the tatars in 618
Authored a sufi Quran tafsir
[Adab al-Suhba p. 114f2]


618


Zhahir al-Din Ibh Bakr Muhammad b. Ahmad (d. 619)
Distinguished qadi in Bukhara, author of “al-fatawa al-Zhahiriyyah” [maraqi]

619


Muwaffaq ud-Din Ibn Quddamah al-Maqdisi (d. 620 H.)
[hts-brief note][manhaj] [islaam-t] hafizh
[musa] bio+note on madhhab
studied Hanbali fiqh with Sheikh 'Abd al-Qadir (in Baghdad) and was affiliated to his path. [Necklaces of gems]

620
Dimashq

`Abd al-Rahman b. al-Hasan al-Dimashqi al-Shafi`i
[Ziarat al-Sham p.32:f2] (551-620) faqih muhaddith, heard hadith from Abul Qasim (ibn `Asakir d. 571) and from Hibatu Allah and others
551
620
Dimashq
عبد الرحمن بن محمد بن الحسن بن هبة الله بن عبد الله الدمشقي الشافعي
Fakhr al-Din ibn `Asakir
shafi`i scholar in Sham
buried in the eastern part of the suf graveyard in Damascus opposite the grave of Ibn Salah (d. 743) [Ziarat al-Sham p. 35]

620
Dimashq
الفخر ابن عساكر

Abu `Umar ibn Qudamah (d. … H.) [hts-brief note]
?


`Abd al-Salam ibn Mashish al-Idrisi al-Hasani
(d. 622 H on Jabal al-`Alam in Magrib)
Hans l”rare:
i `ulum: Ahmad AqTaran
i suluk: Sheikh `Abd al-Rahman al-Madani al-Zayyat (d. 548 H ??? n”ra Madina).
Teacher of Imam Abul Hasan al-Shadhili
[Tarikh al-tariqa al-Shadhiliyyah]: Till hans elever h–rde, f–rutom Imam Abul Hasan al-Shadhili, Abu Muhammad Salih ibn Sa`id ibn Yansarin al-Majiri (d. 630 H)
[Tabaqat al-Shadhiliyyah]: Han var l”rare till tre aqtab: Abul Hasan al-Shadhili, (dennes elev) Ibrahim al-Dusuqi (b. 633 – d. ~676 H. ?), och Sheikh Ahmad al-Badawi (d. 675 H.). [Obs Ibrahim al-Dusuqi f–ddes efter ibn Mashihs's d–d /bmk]
[Min a`lam al-Shadhiliyya]: Han hade inga andra elever f–rutom Abul Hasan al-Shadhili.


622 /
625
Maghrib
لقطب الكبير، والعلم الشهير، مولانا عبد السلام بن مشيش رضي الله عنه، من نسل سيدي محمد بن إدريس بن إدريس الحسني الأكبر فاتح بلاد المغرب، توفي رحمه الله شهيدا سنة 625هـ قتله بجبل العلم قوم بعثهم لقتله ابن الطواجين الكتامي الساحر المتنبي، ودفن بقنة الجبل المذكور. انظر ترجمته في النبوغ المغربي في الأدب العربي للعلامة عبد الله كنون ج 1 ص 152، وفي جامع كرامات الأولياء للنبهاني ج 2 ص 69 وفي طبقات الشاذلية للكوهن الفاسي ص 58 وفي مرآة المحاسن لمحمد العربي الفاسي. ص 187 وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 4 ص 9 وفي معجم المطبوعات لسركيس 1553
Shams ud-Din `Abdul Wahid (d.623 H.) (hts-brief note)
623


Bahaa ud-Din al-Maqdisi (d. 624 H.) (hts-brief note)
624


Yaqut al-Hamawi, Ya`qub b. `Abd Allah, Abu `Abdallah al-Rumi (d. 626) [gk]
626


IBN AL-QATTAN, 'Ali bin Muhammad: (d. 628 H.) [bb-hadith]
628


Abu Muhammad Salih ibn Sa`id ibn Yansarin al-Majiri (frÂn Umayya-sl”kten) (d. 630 H)
elev till Ibn Mashish, travelled to al-Mashriq and stayed there fro 20 years, studied with some of the students of Abu Madyan [Tarikh al-tariqa al-Shadhiliyyah]

630


Ibn al-'Athir (d. 630)
= Ibn al-'Athir, Abu al-Hasan `Izz al-Din `Ali b. Muhammad b. `Abd al-Karim (d. 630) [gk]
550
630


`Umar Ibn al-Farid (f. 576 - d. 632)
=Sharaf al-Din Abu HafS `Umar al-Sa`di al-Muhammadi al-hHashimi, known as Ibn al-Farid
one of his teachers was Sukhawardi (d. 632)
story about his nasab - see Tabaqat al-Shadhiliyya
story about his burial place - see Tabaqat al-Shadhiliyya
576
632
Cairo
44. عمر بن علي بن مرشد المشهور بشرف الدين ابن الفارض ، أشعر المتصوفين، يلقب بسلطان العاشقين، ولد بمصر عام 576هـ، وبها توفي سنة 632هـ، أنظر ترجمته في وفيات الأعيان لابن خلكان ج 1 ص 383، وفي ميزان الإعتدال للذهبي ج 2 ص 266، وفي لسان الميزان لابن حجر العسقلاني ج 4 ص 317، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 5 ص 55، وفي الخطط التوفيقية لمبارك ج 5 ص 59، وفي شذرات الذهب لابن العماد ج 5 ص 149-153.
Abu Hafs Shihab al-din `Umar b. Muhammad b. `AbdAllah al-Sukhrawardi (b. 539 - d. 632 H. in Baghdad)
[gfh]: Shafi`i Sheikh al-Islam and sufi master, al-Dhahabi’s grandsheikh
[Siyar][harawi]: founder of the ishraqi school
[ahm-fb]: shafi`i faqih, student of `abdalQadir; among his studnets were Mu`in al-Din Chishti and `Umar ibn al-Farid; “`Ararif al ma`arif” (classic on orthodox sufism)
539
632


Abu al-Fath al-Wasiti
han var kharlifa till Ahmad al-Rifa`i. Han gick bort i Wasit i Alexandria Âr 632 H. Hans khalifa var al-Sayyid Ahmad al-Badawi.
Said to Imam Abul Hasan:
إنك جئت العراق تبحث عن القطب معم آته ببلادك
You ame to Iraq too search for teh Qutb, while he is isin your country

632
Alexandria

`AbdAllah ibn Harazim (d. 633)
elev till Abu Madyan, l”rare till imam Abul Hasan al-Shadhili n”r denna var ung

633







Muhiyuddin Ibn Arabi (d. 638) ) [a`lam al-sufiyyah] [gfh]
= Muhammad ibn 'Ali ibn Muhammad ibn al-'Arabi, Abu Bakr Muhyi al-Din al-Hatimi al-Ta'i al-Andalusi al-Mursi al-Dimashqi (b. 560 in Murcia, al-Andalus)
scholar of Arabic letters at first, then tafsir and tasawwuf, nicknamed al-Qushayri and Sultan al-'Arifin
He travelled East and West in the study of hadith, taking knowledge from over a thousand shaykhs, among them Abu al-Hasan ibn Hudhayl, Muhammad ibn Khalaf al-Lakhmi, Ibn Zarqun, Abu al-Walid al-Hadrami, al-Silafi, 'Abd al-Haqq al-Ishbili, Ibn 'Asakir, Ibn al-Jawzi, and Ibn Bushkuwal.
His principal shaykhs in tasawwuf were Abu Madyan al-Maghribi, Jamal al-Din Yunus ibn Yahya al-Qassar, Abu 'Abd Allah al-Tamimi al-Fasi, Abu al-Hasan ibn Jami', and al-Khidr (AS). [gfh]

Born 560 in Murcia, al-Andalus, then moved to Marisliya, visited Sham and Bilad al-Rum, and `Iraq and al-Hijaz. Pple of din in Misr denied him, while most of the `uoema and `arifin praised him, among them al-Sha`rani, `Abd al-Ghani al-Nablusi, al-Hafizh al-Suyuti. Settled in Dimashq and passed away there in 638. [Adab al-Suhba p. 64f1] al-A¥lam, al-Kawakib al-Durriyya,Jami`Karamat al-Awlia, al-Sha`rani's al-Tabaqat al-Kubra

Among his teachers was:
`Ali b. al-Khattab al-Jariri [Adab al-Suhba p.89f1] al-Kawakib al-durriyya (no dates given)
560
638
Dimashq
العارف بالله الشيخ الأكبر سيدي محي الدين بن عربي الحاتمي رضي الله عنه، أحد أكابر الشيوخ المربين، له مؤلفات كثيرة أشهرها الفتوحات المكية، وتمتاز كتبه بالدقة والتحقيق فضلا عن غوصها في بحور المعرفة اللدنية الكبيرة، وقد ترجم الكثير منها إلى لغات مختلفة، توفي رحمه الله بدمشق وبها دفن سنة 638هـ أنظر ترجمته في الطبقات الكبرى للشعراني ج 1 ص 188 رقم الترجمة 288، وفي جذوة الإقتباس لابن القاضي ص 281 رقم الترجمة 291، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 6 ص 281 وفي فوات الوفيات لابن شاكر الكتبي ج 2 ص 241. وفي ميزان الإعتدال للذهبي ج 3 ص 108 وفي لسان الميزان لابن حجر العسقلاني ج 5 ص 311، وفي فهرس الفهارس لعبد الحي الكتاني ص 316 رقم الترجمة 133
Hanbal b. `Abd Allah b. al-Faraj, al-Baghdadi al-Rasafi (d. 640) [gk]
640


Hafizh Ibn-us-Salah ash-Shahrazuriash-Shafi’i (d. 643 H.) 578 643
Baghdad
Diya' al-Din Muhammad b. `Abd al-Wahid, Abu `Abd Allah al-Maqdisi al-asl al-Salihi al-Hanbali (d. 643) [gk]
(student of al-Jawzi)
[ZaSh p. 7:f2] Hadith scholar and historian, narrated from over 500 shuyukh, originally salihi, born and died in Damasus, built Madrasa al-ZhÓ’niyyah (?) at the foot of Qasiun and donated to it his books a waqf
569
643
Dimashq

Taqi al-Din ibn Al-Salah: (d. 643 H)
=Abu `Amr b. Salah (d. 643) [ZaSH p. 37]
(founder of damascus dar al-hadith, buried in Sufis Cemetary close to the cemetary of Ibn Taimiyeh)

643


Abu Sa`id b. Abi al-`Asha'ir b. al.Tayyib b. Ibrahim al.`Aqili al-B¬dhibÓni al-`Iraqi, Sheikh al-akhraqati a-Sa`udia (b. 5775 in B’dhib‘n near W’siT in ` Iraq – d. 577 in Cairo)
[Adab al-Suhba p. 45f1]
577
644
Cairo
دفن بسفح المقطم
Ibrahim b. `Abd Allah, al-Wassabi al-Yamani al-Shafi`i (d. 650) [gk]



Ibn Qadi al-`Askar al-Hanafi (d. 651)
=`Ali b. Khalil or: Khalil b. `Ali or: `Ali b. Khaw’n
Literate and hanafi faqih
Buried at the foot Qasiun [ZaSh p. 113]

651
Dimashq

Abul Barkat Majd ud-Din Ibn Taimiyah (d. 652 H.)
(grandfather Ibn Taymiyyah, hanbali)

652


Majd ud-Din `Abdus-Salaam (d. 653 H.) (hts-brief note)
653


`Abd al-Rahman ibn Nuh
one of the shuyukh of al.Nawawi, mentioned in the latter's Tahdhib as the mufti of his time in Dimashq [Ziarat al-Sham p. 36]

654
Dimashq
عبد الرحمن بن نوح
Sibt b. al-Jawzi (d. 654 H.) [gk]
= Sibt b. al-Jawzi, Shams al-Din Yusuf b. Qizughli, Abu al-Muzaffar (d. 654) [gk]

654







Imam Abul Hasan al-Shadhili (b. 593 - d. 656) ) [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
His first Shaykh and Master was Sidi `Abdullah ibn Harazim, a follower of Sidi Abu Madyan, [a]
Ref. fsve: [1]
593
656

ك


Abu Muhammad al-Habibi
companion if Imam Abul Hasan in
Mount Zaghwan near Shadhila, who recorded his exploits there, remained in Ifriqiyya keeping up a zawiya for the muridun of the village of Masruqin.

?


Sultan Abu Zakariyya in Tunis
supproted the da`wa of Imam Abul Hasan in Tunis in the 640's.

?


Muhammad ibn as-Sabbagh
student if Imam Abul Hasan al-Shadhili in Tunisauthor of The Pearl of the Secrets and the Treasure of the Righteous (Durrat al-Asrar wa Tuhafat al Abrar), the source book for the greater part of the life and sayings of his Master Abu al-Hasan ash-Shadhdhuli.

?


Abu al-Hasan as-Saqalli
companion of Imam Abul Hasan al-Shadhili in Tunis
letters passed between him and imam
“These letters are considered to be of great importance for an understanding of his Way, since his love and compassion for all his followers was well-known. He considered it to be a duty for the Shaykh, as the Father (rabib), to know his beloveds intimately, and to help them wherever they might be.”

?


Abu ‘l-`Aza’im Madi
kept company with tImam Abul Hasan in the latter part of his life in Egypt.

?


Hafidh al-Munthiri al-Shafi’i (d. 656 H.)
[ZaSh p. 5:f5] originally from Sham, scholar of hadith and Arabic, expert in history of hadith, wrote "al-Taghrib wa al-Tarhib"
581
656

المنذري، أبو محمد عبد العظيم بن عبد القوي زكي الدين من الحفاظ المؤخرين
صاحب ªالتغريب والترهيب´
Ibn Abi al-Hadid al-Mu`tazili (d. 656 H.) [gk]
656


Muhammad b. Yusuf b. Muhammad, Abu `Abd Allah al-Kanji al-Shafi`i (d. 658) [gk]
658


Najm al-Din b. al-Raja Mukhtar b. Mahmud al-Zahidi (d. 658)
Authro of “al-Mujtaba” [maraqi]

658







`Izz al-Din Abu Muhammad `Abd al-`Aziz ibn `Abd al-Salam b. Abi al-Qasim b. Hasan b. M. b. Muhadhdhab al-Sulami al-Dimashqi al-Shafi’i (b. 577 - d. 660 in Cairo)
[gfh]: ash`ari, accompanied imam Abu al-Hasan al-Shadhili
moved to Baghdad 599 H., then returned to Damas
taught @ the zawiya of imam al-Ghazali, then in Umayya mosque
taught in the salihiyyah school
head preacher in Damascus and Cairo, chief judge in Cairo
authored: Mulha fi I`tiqad ahl al-haqq; Risala fi al-Qutb wa al-Abdal al-Arba`in
studied under ibn `Asakir, Jamal al-Din ibn al-Harastani, al-Amidi
students: al-Dimyati, Ibn Daqiq al-`Id (d. 701), Abu al-Huseyn al-Yunini (d. 701), Abu Shama
[ahm-fb]: syrian shafi`i, companion of imam al-Shadhili; “Qawa`id al-ahkam” on fiqh
577
660
Cairo

Fadl Allah b. Abi Sa`id al-Hasan, al-Shafi`i al-Turbashti (d. 660) [gk]
660


`Abd al-Razzaq b. `Abd Allah b. Abi Bakr, Abu Muhammad `Izz al-Din al-Rasa`ni al-Hanbali (d. 661) [gk]
661


`Imad al-Din al Harastani: (d. 662 H) (head of Damascus Dar al-hadith)
662


Abu Shama (d. 665)
=Abu Shammah (d. 665 H.) (head of Damascus Dar al-hadith)
muhaddith, grammarian, buried at Maqbara Dahdah in Damascus [ZaS p. 94]

665
Diamshq
الإمام عبد الرحمان بن إسماعيل بن إبراهيم عثمان المقدسي ثم الدمشقي، المعروف بأبي شامة
Dawud al-A`zab (d. 668) ) [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
668


Abu `abdAllah Muhammad ibn Ahmad al-Qurtubi al-Maliki (d. 671 H.)
[ahm-fb]: maliki faqih, Qur* an commentator of Spain; “al-Tadhkirah bi-umur al-akhirah” (on after-life, oft-quoted bu Ibn Hajar)

671


Ibn Malik, sahib al-alfiyyah (d .672)
Grammarian, linguist, sufi, qari', author of the Alfiyyah
teacher of Muhyiddin b. al-`arabi and of imam al-Nawawi
Buried in Salihiyyah in the grave of  (Ibn) S’'igh [ZaSh p. 112]

672
Dimashq
جمال الدين بن مالك
Ahmad al-Badawi (d. 675) ) [a`lam al-sufiyyah][cairo 2005]
contemptorary of imam al-shadhili, buried in Tanta
=Ahmad b. `Ali b. Ibrahim b. Muhammad b. Abi Bakr al-Badawi al-Hasani, Abul `Abbas
originally from banu BarÓ (an Arab tribe in Sham), born in Fas 596, and rasied there – d. 670 in Tanta
visited makka and Madina, Syria, `Iraq and Misr
Developed his geatness in Misr and had great followship
Known as al-Badawi b/c he always used a litham
student of Ibn Mashish [Tabaqat al-Shadhiliyya]
[Tabaqat al-Shadhiliyya]:
Abul `Abbas Ahmad al-Badawi al-Hasani (f. in Fas - d. ? 675 in Tandta)
lived in Tandta, known as al-ustadh Abul Fatiyan
When young he accompanied his father on hajj, the latter died there, and Ahmed and his brohters stayed and grew up in Makka.. He secluded himself and did not speak, then was given in a dream the order to go to Tandta. There he took to the roofs and stayed thre for 22 years preaching.
Passed away the 12th of Rabi`al-awwal 675
597
675
Tanta, Egypt

Ibrahim al-Dusuqi (b. 633 or 653 + 43 years - d.~676)
murid of Imam al-Hasan al-Shadhili [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
=Ibrahim al-Dusuqi al-Qurashi al-Hashimi, al-qutb al-kabir, al-shahid, al-ghauth al-kabir. spoke many languages, including that of the birds  and wild animals [Adab al-Suhba p. 56f1] Mentioned in al-Sha`rani's al-Tabaqat al-Kubra, Jami`karamat al-awlia, al-Kawakib al-Durriyya
student of Ibn Mashish [Tabaqat al-Shadhiliyya]

676

Al-Nawawi, Muhyi al-Din Yahya b. Sharaf al-Din b. Hasan, Abu Zakariyya al-Shafi`i [gk]
notes: [hts] [ghadir-ab-kitaabun notes] [cm] kort
[gfh: N. et al. On ta’wil] [islaam-t]
[ahm-fb]: influences Ibn Hajar , who named him “hadi al-Sari”; major commentary on SB, texts on shafi`i fiqh
account by his Shiekh in hte tariqa, Sheikh Yasin b. Yusuf al-Zarkashi, on his dislike for play in inclination towards the Quran when young [adab al-Suhba p.61f2] al-A`lam, Subki's Tabakat al-Shfai `yya, Qadi Shuhba's Tabaqat al-Shafi`iyya
631
676


Ibn Khallikan, Ahmad b. Muhammad (d. 681 H.)
[gk] [islaam-t] [encyclislam]

681

أحمد بن محمد بن إبراهيم بن أبي بكر بن خلكان البرمكي الإربلي ، مؤرخ، أديب، ولد في إربل بالقرب من الموصل على شاطئ الدجلة الشرقي عام 608هـ، وكانت وفاته بدمشق عام 681هـ، ومن مصنفاته : وفيات الأعيان وأنباء الزمان، في علم التراجم، أنظر ترجمته في النجوم الزاهرة لابن تغري بردي ج 7 ص 353، وفي فوات الوفيات لابن شاكر الكتبي ج 1 ص 55، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 1 ص 220
'Abd al-Halim (Shihab al-Din al-Harrani) (d. 682 H.) (hts-brief note)
(father of Ibn Taymiyyah, hanbali)

682


Shams al-Din ibn Qudamah (d. 682 H.) [hts] [n]
= Shamsuddin 'Abdurrahman al-Maqdisi (d.682)
(brorson till ibn al-Qudama, teacher of Ibn Taymiyyah and an-Nawawi)

682


Majd al-Din `Abd Allah b. Mahmud b. Mawdud, al-Hanafi al-Musili (d. 683) [gk]
= Abu al-Fadl `adbAllah b. Mahmud b. Mawdud, Majd al-Din al-Mawsuli (d. 683)
author of “al-Mukhtar” fi furu`al-Hanafi, wa hua matn al-ikhtiar [maraqi]

683


al-Qarafi (d. 684 H.)
684


`AbduAllah ibn `Umar al-Baydawi (d. 685)
= al-Baydawi, Nasir al-Din `Abd Allah b. `Umar, Abu al-Khayr al-Shafi`i (d. 685) [gk]
[hizmet]: Shafi'i
[ahm-fb]: shafi`i of Shiraz “Anwar…” (tafsir), “Tawali`…” (kalam)

685


Abul `Abbas al-Mursi (f- 616 - d. 686) )
[a`lam al-sufiyyah]: d. 676
= Abul ¥Abbas Shihab al-Din Ahmad ibn `Umar al-Ansari al-Mursi
Khalifa of imam Abul Hasan al-Shadhili
emigrated with him from Tunis to Egypt

686


Najm al-Din Muhammad b. al-Hasan al-Radi al-Istarabadi (d. 686)
garmmarian

686

نجم الدين محمد بن الحسن الرضي الأستراباذي ، من خيرة علماء اللغة توفي عام 686هـ، من مصنفاته : الوافية في شرح الكافية، لابن الحاجب، في علم النحو، في جزءين، والشافية في علم الصرف، وهي شرحه لمقدمة ابن الحاجب، انظر ترجمته في كشف الظنون لحاجي خليفة 1021 و 1370 وفي معجم المطبوعات لسركيس 940 وفي بغية الوعاة للسيوطي ص 248 وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 6 ص 86
Ibn Malik (d. 686)
= Badr al-Din b. Jamal al-Din b. Malik
= Abu `abd al-Allah M. b. M. b. `abd al-Allah b. Malikal-Ta'i
son of the author of the Alfiyyah
linguist, shafi`i; buried in Bab al-Saghir [Ziarat al-Sham]

686
Dimashq ابن مالك النحوي، بدر الدين بن جمال الدين بن مالك
=
أبو عبد اله محمد بن محمد بن عبد الله بن مالك الطائي، ابن ناظم  الألفية
Taj al-Din al-Farzari "al-Farkah" (d. 690)
heard al-Bukhari from ibn al-Salah al-Sakhawi, and fiqh form ibn al-Salah and ibn `abd al-Salam, excelled young in the Shafi`i madhhab, reached the level of ijtihad; gentle-mannered; buried inBab al-Saghir [Ziarat al-Sham p. 62]


690
Dimashq
تاج الدين الفزاري ªالفركاح´ البدري  المصري الدمشقي، عبد الرحمن بن إبراهيم بن سباع
Shaikh Sa'di (d. 1291 CE ≈ 690 H) [paths]
~690


Muhibb al-Din al-Tabari (d. 694 H.) [gz]
= Muhibb al-Din Ahmad b. `Abd Allah, Abu al-`Abbas al-Tabari al-Makki al-Shafi`i (d. 694) [gk]

694







Zayn al-Din ibn Munajja (d. 1296 CE~695 H.)
(teacher of Ibn Taymiyyah, at his death, Ibn Taymiyyah succeeded him as a professor of Hanbaliyyah)

~695


Ibrahim ibn `Abd al-Razzaq al-Ras`ani al-Hanafi (b. 642 in Musul - d. 695 in Dimashq)
=Ibrahim b. Ahmad al-Musuli = Ibrahim b. Muhammad
known as : "ibn al-Muhaddith"
commentator of al-Quduri;
buried in sufi graveyard in Dimashq [Ziarat al-Sham p. 40]
buried in Salihiyyah [Ziarat al-Sham p. 112]
642
695
Dimashq إبراهيم بن عبد الزاق (وقيل بن أحمد وقيل بن محمد) بن أبي بكر بن رزق الله بن خلف الَّرسعني الموسولي، المعروف بـ ªابن المحدث´، الحنفي
 
 
Muhammad b. Sa`id al-Busirii al-Sanhaji
sahib al Burda wa al-Hamziyya
originally from the Sanhadi tribe in Maghrib

696
Alexandria
محمد بن سعيد البوصيري الصنهاجي ، من كبار الصوفية بمصر، وهو صاحب القصيدتين المشهورتين : البردة والهمزية، أصله من قبيلة صنهاجة ببلاد المغرب، توفي رحمه الله بالإسكندرية بمصر عام 696هـ، أنظر ترجمته في الوافي بالوفيات للصفدي ج 3 ص 105، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 6 ص 139، وفي فوات الوفيات لابن شاكر الكتبي ج 2 ص 205، وفي الخطط التوفيقية لمبارك ج 7 ص 70
Muhammad b. Ibrahim b. Muhammad (b. 627 in Aleppo - d. 696 in Cairo)
known as ibn al-Nahas
shiekh of Arabic language in Masr of his age

627
696
Cairo
محمد بن إبراهيم بن محمد، المشهور بابن النحاس ، شيخ العربية بالديار المصرية في عصره، ولد بحلب بالشام عام 627هـ وتوفي بالقاهرة عام 696هـ له مجموعة من التآليف القيمة، انظر ترجمته في غاية النهاية لابن الجزري ج 2 ص 46 وفي بغية الوعاة للسيوطي ص 6 وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 5 ص 297 وفي فوات الوفيات لابن شاكر الكتبي ج 2 ص 172
`Abd al-`Aziz b. Ahmad b. Sa`id a-Damiri
known as al-Dirini, originally from Westerns Egypt

697

سيدي عبد العزيز بن أحمد بن سعيد الدميري المعروف بالديريني ، صوفي مشهور، نسبته إلى ديرين في غربية مصر، وله مصنفات كثيرة في التفسير والفقه واللغة والتصوف منها : التيسير في علم التفسير، والدرر الملتقطة في المسائل المختلطة، وإرشاد الحيارى، وطهارة القلوب والخضوع لعلام الغيوب، وكانت وفاته رحمه الله بديرين عام 697هـ، وقبره بها ظاهر يزار، انظر ترجمته في طبقات الشافعية للسبكي ج 5 ص 75، وفي الطبقات الكبرى للشعراني ج 1 ص 202 رقم الترجمة 293، وفي الخطط التوفيقية لمبارك ج 11 ص 72، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 4 ص 13
In a meeting in the house of the Shafi’i qadi Imam al-Din ‘Umar ibn ‘Abd al-Rahman al-Qazwini (d. 1299 ~698 H) the Aqidah Hamawiyah was studied
698


Sa`id al-Din Muhammad b. Ahmad al-Farghani (d. 699 AH-1300 CE) [gk]
699







7th C – date of passing unclear








Abu Bakr al-`Arudiki (born 584 - d. .. H.)
Of ahl al-mahabba wa al-tawhid.
Buried at the foot of Qasiun on the western side [ZaSh p. 108]
584
?
Dimashq

Zayn al-Din `AbdurRahman
(younger brother of Ibn Taymiyyah, who was with him at the end of life and led his funeral prayer)




Sharaf al-Din ‘Abd Allah (brother if ibn Taymiyyah) [makdisi]
buried by his side




ibn al-’Imad al-Hanbali wrote bio of ibn Taymiyyah [makdisi]



ajd al-Din Abu Sa`adat al-Mubarak b. Muhammad al-Shaybani al-Jazari al-Shafi`i
[gk] [ahm-fb]: of Mosul; “al-Nihayah fi gharib al-hadith” (dictionary on unusual words in hadith), “Jami` al-usul” (hadith collection)

?


Ibn Najar
=Muhammad b. Mahmaud b. al-Hasan b. Hibbati Allah ¿bdAllah Muhibb al-Din
historian, Hafizh lil-hadith from Baghdad, travelled to Egypt, Sham, Hijaz, Persia, Buried in Maqabir al-Shuhada' in Baghdad
[Tabaqat al-Shafi`iyya of Ibn Qadii Shuhba 454]


Baghdad






`Abdul Wahid al-Maqidisi (d. … H.) (hts-brief 7th C)



`Imaad ud-Din Ibn Qudaamah (d. … H.) (hts-brief 7th C)



Ibn Nasih al-Hanbali (d. …H.) (hts-brief 7th C)



Ibn Diqaaq al-Batti (d. H.) (hts-brief 7th C)



Ibrahim ibn 'Abd al-Wahid al-Maqdisi al-Hanbali (affiliated to Abdul Qadir) [necklaces]








Ibn al-Najjar (7th CH, student to al-Jawzi)



Sayf al-Din ibn al-Majd (hadith master, grandson of Ibn Qudamah)








Jamal al-Dim al-Hasiri al-Hanafi:



[gfh] contemporary of `Izz b. `Abd al-Salam,came to his defence against the sultan of Damascus













8th C








Taqi al-Din Ibn Daqiq al-`Id al-Shafi’i al-Qushayri al-Masri  (d. 701 H.)
F–ddes i Hajaz och studerade som ung Maliki fiqh. N”r han sedan kom till Egypten studerade han Shafi`i fiqh under `Izz al-Din ibn `Abd al-Salam. Han innehade  h–gsta domar”mbetet i Egypten, och undervisade vid Imam al-Shafi`i's maqam i Cairo
F–rfattade:
الإلمام في علم الحديث
الإمام شرح تلإلمام وو وهو كتاب عظيم الشأن
شحر  عمدة الأحكام الاحافظ عبذ الغني
شرح مختصر ابن الحاجب في فقه المالكية
شحر مختصر أبي شجاع قي قفه الشاقعية
قالـ
لا ت؛لمت بكلمة رلا فعلت فعلا إلا أعدت له جواب بين  يدي الله تعالي
❊Jag har alrdrig uttalat ett ord eller utf–rt en g”rning utan att ha ansett det n–dv”ndig ❊t (wajib) in–r Allah den Upph–jde"
Maliki and shafi`i scholar, who excelled young [MY cairo 2005]buried next to ibn `Ata Allah

625
701


Sharaf al-Din Abu al-Huseyn `Ali b. Sheykh al-Islam M. b. Ahmad al-Yunini al-Ba`labakki al-Hanbali (b. 621 – d. 701)
[gfh]: Hadith master, famous for transmission of al-Bukhari’s Shahih
al-Dhahabi accompanied him and narrated from him
621
701


Zayn Eddin al Fariki (d. 703 H) (head of damascus dar al-hadith)



Ibn `Ata Allah al-Iskandari (d. 709 H.) [hts]
[ahm-fb] mentioned by Ibn Hajar in al-Durar
=Taj al-Din Abu al-Fadl Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn `Abd al-Karim
 al-Jadhami al-Malili (f. ~658 i Alexandria – d. 709 H. i Kairo)
=Ahmad b. Muhammad b. `Abd al-Karim b. `Ata Allah, Taj al-Din, Abu al-FaDl al-Jad’mi, thumm al-Sakandari, al-Shadhili,
From him took Taj al-Din al-Subli
Died 709 in Misr and buried in al-Qarafa in thte grave of banu Wafa [Adab al-Suhba p. 98f1]
~658
709
Cairo

`Imad al-Din al-Wasiti al-Hazzami (d. 711 H. in damascus) [manhaj]
711
Dimashq

Safi al-Din al-Hindi (d. 1315~ 715H)
Ash’ari-Shafi’i contemp. to Ibn Taymiyyah

715


Abul Rabi` Suleyman al-Tufi (d. 716 H.)
[ahm-fb]: hanbali faqih of `Iraq, his use of ijtihad considered excessive by some `ulema; abridgement of al-Tirmidhi’s Jami`

716


Ibn al Wakil (d. 716 H)) (head of damascus dar al-hadith)
716


Muhammad Baha al-din al-Naqshbandi (d. 717) ) [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
717


Al Sharishi: (d. 718 H) (head of damascus dar al-hadith)
718


al-Juwayni al-Hamawayni (d. 722 H.)
= al-Juwayni, Ibrahim b. Muhammad b. al-Mu'ayyad, Sadr al-Din Abu al-Majami` al-Hamawayni or al-Hamawi al-Shafi`i (d. 722) [gk]

722


M. Ibn al-Manja Ibn 'Uthman at-Tanukhi (d. 724H)
(student of Ibn Taymiyyah)

724


Abu al-Rabi` Sadr al-Din Suleyman b. Hilal b. Shibk b. Falah al-Hashimi al-Ja`fari
heard hadith and took fiqh from Taj al-Din al-Fazari and al-Nawawi; buried in Bab al-Saghir [Ziarat al-Sham p. 65]

725
Dimashq
أبو الربيع صدر الدين سليمان بن هلال بن شبل بن فلاح الهاشمي الجعفري
Badr al_Din al-Hasan b. Ahmad (d. 726)
wrote""Mahasin al-Sham" [Ziarat al-Sham p. 85:f2]

726
Diamshq

Al-Zamalkani (d. 726 H) =
= Qadi Kamal al-Din al-Zamlakani (d. 727)
(head of damascus dar al-hadith)(d. 727 H) (acc. To gfh) [notes]
(biographer, admirer, then critic of Ibn Taymiyyah)

726/
727


Ibn Taymiyyah (d. 728 H.) [islaam-t] [gfh] [salafipub] [kitaabun]
728
Dimashq
أحمد بن عبد الحليم بن عبد السلام الحراني الدمشقي الحنبلي، المعروف بتقي الدين ابن تيمية ، له مؤلفات كثيرة، قيل أنها تبلغ ثلاث مائة مجلد، توفي في معتقله بقلعة دمشق عام 728هـ، انظر ترجمته في الدرر الكامنة لابن حجر العسقلاني ج 1 ص 144، وفي البداية والنهاية لابن كثير ج 14 ص 135، وفي النجوم الزاهرة لابن تغري بردي ج 9 ص 271، وفي فوات الوفيات لابن شاكر الكتبي ج 1 ص 35-45، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 1 ص 144، وفي الفكر السامي للحجوي ج 2 ص 433 رقم الترجمة 950، وفي فهرس الفهارس لعبد الحي الكتاني ص 274 رقم الترجمة 112
Yusuf Ibn 'Abd al-Mahmud Ibn 'Abd al-Salaam al-Batti (d. 728)
[student of IT acc. To islaam-AW]

728


Ibn Khaldun (d. 732 H.)
Om Ibn Khalduns "Muqaddimah" (p svenska)
Udrag ur "Muqaddimah" (p svenska)

732


Ibrahim b. Suleyman al-Hamawi al-Qunuwi al-Mantiqi al-Rumi (652-732)
Hanafi scholar, wrote a 6 volumes sharh of "al.Jami` al-kabir" of M b al-Hasan al-Shaybani and a sharh of "manzhuma al-Nasafi" about the differences between the maliki - shafi`i - hanafi imams. Went for hajj 7 times. Buriedn inteh sufi graveyard in Damascus [ZaSh p. 39]
652
732
Diamshq

Muhammad ibn Jamat (d. 733) [n]
733


Ibn Jahbal al-Kilabi (d. 733)
mufti of Aleppo then Damascus
[gfh]: refuted IT 698, reproduced in Subki’s tabaqat al-kubra

733


`Umar b. `Ali al-Fakahani (d. 734 H.)
[ahm.fb]: maliki faqih, grammarian from Alexandria; commentaries on 40 Hadith of al-Nawawi & on Risala of Ibn Abi Zayd

734


Ahmad ibn al-Hasan ibn al-Khayat al-Dimashqi (d. 735)
735

Ahmad b. `abd al-Karim b. `abd al-Samad al-Tibrizi al-Hanafi (d. 735)
buried in Kafar Susa outside Damascus [Ziarat al-Sham p. 41]

735 Dimashq
أحمد بن عبد الكريم بن عبد الصمد التبريزي الحنفي
al-Samnani, `Ala al-Din Ahmad b. Muhammad b. Ahmad (d. 736 AH-1336 CE) [gk]
736


al-Khatib al-Tabrizi (d. 737 H.) [gk]
737


Habib al-`Ajami (d. 737 in Baghdad) [harawi]
737
Baghdad



738


Zaynab bint Ahmad from Jerusalem, called Bint al-Kamal (d. 740)
left a whole camel load ofpupils flocked to attend her theological lecturesThe authenticity of the Gotha Codex no. 59017 rests on her authorityIbn Battuta took from her during his stay at Damascus (in 726)[goldz/female musnids]

740


Hafizh Yusuf ibn `AbdurRahman al-Mizzi al-Shafi`i (d. 742 H.)
= Al-Mizzi, Jamal al-Din Yusuf b. al-Zaki `Abd al-Rahman b. Yusuf, Abu al-Hajjaj al-Kalbi al-Quda`i al-Shafi`i (d. 742) [gk]
(head of Damascus Dar al-Hadith)
654
742


Abu Amr Taqi al-Din Ibn Salih
Shafi`i scholar of tafsir, hadith, fiqh; his taqwa mentioned in Ibn Hajar's mu`jam; Dhahabi mentions that he reffrained from ta'wil, and that rulers would behave themselves in  his presence. Buriedon western end of sufi graveyard next to the road [Ziarat al-Sham p.37]

743

أبو عمرو تقي الدين  بن الصالح، عثمان بن عبد الرحمن بن عثمان بن موسى الكردي الشهرزوري
al-Husein b. Muhammad al-Tibi (d. 743H.)
[ahm-fb]: muhaddith of Egypt; commentary on al-Tabrizi’s “Mishkat al-Masabih”

743

Abu Muhammad al-Zaila`i = `Uthman b. `Ali b. M. al-Bari`I Fakhr al-Din (d. 743)
faqih and muhaddith [maraqi]

743


Hafizh M. Ibn `Abd al-Hadi al-Maqdisi (d. 744 H.)
= M. ibn Ahmad ibn 'Abd al-Hadi (d. 744H)
= Yusuf ibn `Abd al-Hadi (student of Ibn Taymiyyah [gfh])

744


Shams al-Din ibn al-Naqib (662-745 H.)
damascene scholar, one of the teachers of Taj al-DIn Subki
662
745


Fatima and `Aishah banat `abd al-Hadi al-Maqdisi: female muhaddithin [sheikh Akram]



Daqiqa bint Murshid (d. 746)
pupil of many learned women, among them Zaynab b. al-Kamal [goldz/female musnids]

746


Shams al-Din al-Dhahabi (d. 748 H.) [nuh] [gfh] (lÂng)
Hafiz, who heard hadith from over 1200 narrators. He took fiqh from al-Kamal al-Zamlakani and al-Burhan al-Faz’ri and al-Kamal b. Qadi Shuhba, and he mastered the 10 qira'at. Imam Subki said of him: "He is the muhaddith of the epoch, seal of the huffaz and bearer of the views of Ahl al-Sunnah" Buried in Bab al-Saghir [ZaSH p. ..]
673
748
Dimashq

'Umar Ibn 'Ali al-Bazzar (d. 749) (student of Ibn Taymiyyah)
749


Ibn al-Wardi, Zayn al-Din `Umar b. Muzaffar b. `Umar, al-Mu`arri al-Halabi al-Shafi`i (d. 749) [gk]
749


Taj al-Din Ahmad b. `Abd al-Qadir b. Maktum, Abu Muhammad al-Qaysi al-Hanafi al-Nahwi (d. 749) [gk]
749


Ahmad Ibn Yahyaa Ibn FadliAllah al-'Amri (d. 749H)
749


(student of Ibn Taymiyyah)



Sulaymaan al-Tufi (d. 750 H.) [hts] [n]
750

al-Zarandi, Jamal al-Din Muhammad b. Yusuf b. al-Hasan al-Madani al-'Ansari al-Hanafi (d. 750) [gk]
750


Ibn al Qayyim or Ibn Qayyim  al-Jawzi (d. 751 H.) [islam-t]
= Muhammad b. Abi Bakr b. Ayyub al-Zar`i, thumma al-Dimashqi hanbali faqih [maraqi]
faqih, usuli, mufassir, nahwi; travelled for hajj several times and stayed in Makka; passed awa y in Dimashq, his funeral prayer was held in the Umawi mosque, then he was moved to the Jarrahi mosque, then buried in Bab al_Saghir near the southern alley, today the Sabuni madrasa faces it from the east, south of Bab al Nasr (bab al-Nasr, also called bab al-sa`adah, is where the Ministery of Justice is today) and a qubbah has been now been built on it [ZaSh p, 73]

751
Dimashq

`Abd al-Rahman b. Ahmad, al-'Ayji al-Shafi`i (d. 756) [gk]
756


Taqi al-Din al-Subki (d. 756 H.) [div-myhram] [damas-index]
[hts] (head of Damascus dar al-Hadith)
[gfh] student of ibn `Ata Allah

756
Cairo

al-Kazaruni, Sa`id al-Din Muhammad b. Mas`ud b. Muhammad (d. 758) [gk]
758


Amir Katib `Umar al-Itiqani al-`amid al-Farabi (d. 758)
Author of “al-Tabyyin”, wa hua sharh al-Muhtahabi fi usul al-madhhab al-hanafi [maraqi]

758


Muhammad b. Muhammad b. Wafa al-Sakandari (or: al-Maghribi) thumma al-Masri al-Maliki al-Shadhili, born and raised in Alexandria, d. 760 [Adab al-Suhba p. 45f3] Mentioned in Jami` karamat al-awlia, al-Kawakib al-Durria, al-Tabaqat al-Kubra of al-Sha`rani

Al-sadat al-Wafa’i: 8th century fammily of saints buried in Cairo [cairo 2005]
Father: Muhammad ibn Muhammad al-Asati (?) ibn Muhammad al-Najm al-Wafa’i
Son: `Ali al-Wafa’i, wrote poetry on the maqam of the Prophet (s) [MY] (d. 807)
702
760 / 765
Cairo
محمد وفا بن محمد بن محمد ، من أكابر أعلام الصوفية بمصر، أصله من بلاد المغرب، له عدة مصنفات في التصوف منها : نفائس العرفان من أنفاس الرحمان، وشعائر العرفان في ألواح الكتمان، والأزل، والمقامات السنية المخصوص بها السادة الصوفية، والعروش، والصور، وغيرهم. وكانت وفاته رحمه الله عام 765هـ، أنظر ترجمته في الطبقات الكبرى للشعراني ج 2 ص 21 رقم الترجمة 314، وفي الخطط التوفيقية لمبارك ج 5 ص 141، وفي الدرر الكامنة لابن حجر العسقلاني ج 4 ص 279، وفي شذرات الذهب لابن العماد ج 6 ص 206، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 7 ص 37
 `Abd Allah b. Yusuf b. Ahmad, known as Ibn Hisham
linguist
708
761
Misr
عبد الله بن يوسف بن أحمد المعروف بابن هشام ، من أئمة اللغة العربية، ولد بمصر عام 708هـ، وبها توفي عام 761هـ، من تصانيفه : مغني اللبيب عن كتب الأعاريب، وعمدة الطالب في تحقيق تصريف ابن الحاجب، في مجلدين، والجامع الكبير، والجامع الصغير، وكلاهما في النحو، ورفع الخصاصة عن قراءة الخلاصة، والإعراب عن قواعد الإعراب، وشذور الذهب، والتذكرة، في 15 جزءا، وموقد الأذهان، ونزهة الطرف في علم الصرف، وقطر الندى، وغير ذلك من المصنفات الأخرى.  انظر ترجمته في النجوم الزاهرة لابن تغري بردي ج 10 ص 336، وفي الدرر الكامنة لابن حجر العسقلاني ج 2 ص 308، وفي معجم المطبوعات لسركيس 273، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 4 ص 147
Abu Mahmud Ahmad b. Muhammad al-Maqdisi al-Shafi`i (d. 765)
[ZaSh p. 11:f2] historian wrote "Matin al-Mugham ila ziarati al-Quds wa al-Sham"

765


Khalil b. Ishaq al-Jundi d. 767
f–rfattare till  "al-Mukhtasar" som behandlar furu`i maliki fiqh, olika kommentarer finns767


767


al-Yafi`i (d. 768 H.) [gk]
= al-Yafi`i, `Abd Allah b. As`ad b. `Ali, Abu al-Sa`adat al-Shafi`i al-Yamani (d. 768 AH-1367 CE) [gk]
=`Abd Allah b. As`ad b. `Ali b. Sulayman al-Yafi`i, al-Shafi`i al-Yamani  thumma al-Makki, `Afif al-Din, Abu al-Sa`’d’t, (d. 768 i Makka) Historian, researcher, sufi. Born 698 in `Adn adn grew up there. Accomapnied Sheikh `Ali al-Tushi and flollowed him in suluk. Memorized الحاوي والجمل. Read al-Hawayi  to  Najm al-Din al-Tabari. Moved between the countires of Misr and Sham and Yaman. Known for his sympathy wiht the poor and his humility.
[Adab al-Suhbap. 50f1] Mentioned in al-A`lam, al-Durrar al-Kamina, al-Kawakib al-Durria
He realted from some awlia that he saw the qutb in (=Ahmad b. `AbdAllah al-Balkhi) in Makka (year 315 (?!)) carried on a carriote of gold... [Adab al-Suhba p.66 text + f2]
698
768
Makka

Taj al-Din al-Subki (d. 771 H.) [hts][damas-index] [div-myhram]
(son of Taqi al-Din)Shafi`i ash`ari (head of Damascus dar al-Hadith)
al-Mizzi (654-742 H.), al-Dhahabi (673-748 H.), Zainab bint al-Kamal, Shams al-Din ibn al-Naqib (662-745 H.)
Son of Taqi al-Din al-Subki, "the mujtahid of the world" in his time, he was a pillar of the Shafi`ite and ahs`ari orthodoxy, strongly opposing innovations. He was born in Cario, received his higher education in Damascus, where he studied with al-Mizzi (654-742 H.), al-Dhahabi (673-748 H.), Zainab bint al-Kamal, Shams al-Din ibn al-Naqib (662-745 H.) and many others. Excelled young, teaching at all the higher institutes of Damascus. At the age of 28 he succeded his father as head qadi of Damascus and preacher in the in the Umawi mosque. Passed away at the age of only 44 years in his country home at Nairab, near Damascus. Perhaps second to his father as a practical scholar and teacher, but as an author he excels even his father in lasting fame, especially on account of his two famous works Jam` al-Jawami` and al-Tabakat. [David W. Myhram / Hani al-Khatib]
=`Abd al-Wahhab b. `Ali b. `Abd al-Kafi b. `Ali b. Tamam al-Salmi, al-Subki al-Shafi`i, Abu Nasr, Taj al-Din b. Taqi al-Din. His nisbah refers to Subk "من أعمال المنوفية بمسصر"
Qadi al-Qudat, historian, researcher (b. 727 in Cairo – d. 771 in Dimashq)
Moved w. his father to Dimashq and settled there. Author of al-Tabaqat al-Shafi`iyya
Received ijaza from Ib ShaHna and Yusuf al-Dabšsi. Read to al-Mizzi and studied with al-Dhahabi.
[Adab al-Suhba p.71f1]
727
771
Dimashq

Ahmad Ibn Hasan Ibn Qadi al-Jabal (d. 771H) (student of Ibn Taymiyyah)



Ismaa`il ibn `Umar ibn Kathir (d. 774 H.) [hts]
= Ibn Kathir, `Imad al-Din Isma`il b. `Umar b. Kathir b. Daw', al-Qarashi al-Dimashqi (d. 774) [gk]
basri qurashi, then dimashqi, took fiqh from Burhan al-Faz’ri and al-Kam’l ibn F’Di; studied hadith and usul and memorization of texts and history and became outstanding as a young man. Buried on the sufi grave yard next to his Sheikh Ibn Taymiyya [Ziarat al-Sham p.38]

774
Dimashq

Abu Al-Fidda Ismail: (d. 774 H ) (head of Damascus dar al-Hadith)



Bahha Al-Din Al-Subki: (d. 777 H) (head of Damascus dar al-Hadith)



`Abd al-Qadir b. Muhammad al-Qurashi
[Ziarat al-Sham p. 29:f7] (696-775) the first to write a book on hanafi bio's
696
775

عبد القادر بن محمد القرشي المصري الحنفي، صاحب الطبقات الحنفية
al-Hafiz Muhammad b. al-Hasan al-Husayni al-Wasiti
[Ziarat al-Sham p. 29:f6] wrote an abridgement of Abu Nu`aim al-Asfahani's "Hiliat al-aulia' "

717
776

محمد بن الحسن ين عبي الله بن محمد ين القاسم الحسيني الواسطي الشافعي، نزيل الشام الجوانية آبو عبد الله

Ibn 'Amilah, `Umar b. al-Hasan b. Mazid b. 'Amilah, Abu Hafs al-Muraghi al-Halabi (d. 778) [gk]
778


Shams al-Din Muhammad al-Kirmani (d. 786 H.)
[ahm-fb]: “Al-Kawakib al-Darari” (greatest commentary on SH)

786


Ibn al-Muhibb al-Samit, Shams al-Din Muhammad b. `Abd Allah b. Ahmad, Abu Bakr al-Maqdasi al-Hanbali (d. 789) [gk]
789

Muhammad b. al-Harr al-Hanafi (d. 789)
imam nad orator, buried in the Hamriyyah graveyard in Damascus [Ziarat al-Sham p. 42, bio unknown acc. to footnote]

789 Dimashq
محمد بن الحر الحنفي
al-Shatibi (d 790 H.) [gfh?] [manhaj-halabi]



Om imam ash-Shatibi's arbete i usul al-fiqh



Summary of imam Ash-Shaatibee's discussion on "Ahl ul-Ahwaa and Ahl ul-Bid'ah"



Ibn Abi al-`Izz al-Hanafi (d. 792 H.)



Zayn al-DIn Al-korashi Al-Malahi: (d. 792 H)



(head of Damascus dar al-Hadith)



Sa`d al-Din Mas`ud b. `Umar b. `Abd Allah, al-Harawi al-Taftazani al-Shafi`i (d. 791) [gk]



Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali (d. 795 H.) (hts-brief note)
736-795 AH/1336-1396 AD. One of the great memorisers of hadith and a great Sufi of the Qadiri Order, he was a master theologian as well as historian. His well documented biography of all the Hanbali scholars of his time as well   as those before him is when of the classics of Islamic scholarship. [hts]
Sheikh of Hanbali fiqh and usul, muhaddith, w’`iz; among his books are a commentary of SB and a commentary on Nawawi's 40 hadith, tabaqat al-Hanabila, al-Qawa`id, RiaD al-uns etc. Buried near sayyidina Mu`awiya in Bab al-Saghir [ZaSH p. 71]

795
Dimashq

ibn Farhun (d. 799)
799







8th C – date of passing unclear








Shaykha Faatimah bint Jawhar (d. H.) (hts-brief 8th C )



al-Birzali



(shafi`i student of ibn Taymiyyah, mentioned alongside with



Mizzi and al-Dhahabi )



Zaynab bint Makki (hadith teacher of Ibn Taymiyyah [salafipub])



Zaynab al-Maqdisiyyah – taught in the Hanbaliyyah mosqu in Salihiyyah [sheikh Akram]



Ibn `Abd al-Da'im (teacher of Ibn Taymiyyah [gfh])



al-Qasim al-Irbili (teacher of Ibn Taymiyyah [gfh])



Ibn `Allan (teacher of Ibn Taymiyyah [gfh])



Ibn Abi `Amr al-Fakhr (teacher of Ibn Taymiyyah [gfh])



`Ala' al-Din al-Bukhari al-Hanafi (did takfir on Ibn Taymiyyah)








al-`Izz ibn Jama`a (d. … H.)



critic of Ibn Taymiyyah, mentioned alonside with the Subkis



Fakhr ud-Din (uncle of Ibn Taymiyyah, hanbali)



Abu Hayyan az-Zahiri al-Andulusi: critic of Ibn Taymiyyah (Hizmet)



Diya a-Din `Isa b.yahya al-Ansari:



Took the khirqa from Sukhrawardi in Makka, gave it to al-Dhahabi in Cairo [gfh/siyar]








Shams al-Din ibn al-Qattan (shafi`i hadith scholar in Egypt, teacher of Ibn Hajar)

































9th C








Abu Bakr b. `Ali, known as al-Hadadi al-`ibadi (d. ~800)
~800


Author of “al-Jawahi al-nayyirah”, a sharh of “al-Siraj al-Wahhaj al-Muwaddih likulli talibin muhtaj” [maraqi]



Badr al-Din al-Balisi (d.803) (teacher of Ibn Hajar in Sham)
803


Fatima bint al-Manja al-Tanukhiyya (d.803) (teacher of Ibn Hajar in Sham)
803


Hafidh Al-Bulqini (d. 803 H.)
803


al-Bulqini (d.806) (shafi`i faqih in Egypt, teacher of ibn Hajar)
806


Ibn al-Mulaqqin (d.804)
804


[manhaj]: (shafi`i faqih in Egypt, teacher of ibn Hajar)



Zayn al-Din al-‘Iraqi (d.806)
hadith scholar in Egypt, teacher of Ibn Hajar
(his son, Wali al-Din al-`Iraqi, wrote a book against Ibn Taymiyyah)
=? `Abd al-Rahim b. al-Husayn b. `Abd al-Rahman, known as al-Hafizh al-`Iraqi

806
Cairo
     عبد الرحيم بن الحسين بن عبد الرحمان المعروف بالحافظ العراقي ، من أكابر علماء الحديث، أصله من بلاد الأكراد بالعراق، قدم لمصر وبها أخذ العلم، وكانت وفاته بالقاهرة عام 806هـ، ومصنفاته كثيرة منها : المغني عن حمل الأسفار في الأسفار، ألفه في تخريج أحاديث إحياء علوم الدين للغزالي، والألفية في مصطلح الحديث، وشرحها في مجلد واحد سماه فتح المغيث، وغير ذلك من التآليف الأخرى، أنظر ترجمته في الضوء اللامع للسخاوي ج 4 ص 171، وفي غاية النهاية للجزري ج 1 ص 382، وفي معجم المطبوعات لسركيس 1317، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 3 ص 344، وفي فهرس الفهارس لعبد الحي الكتاني ص 814-818 رقم الترجمة 458، وفي الفكر السامي للحجوي ج 2 ص 414 رقم الترجمة 898
Nur al-Din al-Haythami (d. 807 H.)
= Nur al-Din `Ali b. Abi Bakr b. Sulayman, Abu al-Hasan al-Haythami al-Shafi`i (d. 807) [gk]

807


`Ali b. Muhammad b. Muhammad Wafa al-Hasani al-Sakandari al-Misri al-Shadhili al-Maliki, b. 759 in Cairo - d- 807 n Cairo
His father (d. 760) passed away when he was a small child. He and his brother Ahmad grew up under the tutelage of al-Zayla`i, busying htemselves with learning the sceinces and adab. He has a Diwan of poetry [Adab al-Suhba p. 46f2] Mentioned in al-A`lam, Jami` karamat al-awlia, al-Kawakib al-Durria, al-Tabaqat al-Kubra of al-Sha`rani
wrote poetry on the maqam of the Porphet (s) [MY Cairo 2005]
759
807
Cairo

`Abd al-rahman b. `Ali b. Salih al-makudi
Imam of grammar, made a commentary on the Ajurumiyya

807
Fas
عبد الرحمان بن علي بن صالح المكودي ، إمام النحاة في عصره، ينتسب إلى بني مكود إحدى قبائل هوارة الذين مستقرهم فيما بين فاس وتازة، وهو آخر من درس كتاب سيبويه بفاس، وبعده صار العمل على ألفية ابن مالك، ومن مصنفاته : شرح مقدمة ابن أجروم، والبسط والتعريف في علم التصريف، منظومة، وشرح المقصود والممدود لابن مالك، ونظم المعرب من الألفاظ، وشرح ألفية ابن مالك، والمقصورة في مدح النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم، نحو 300 بيت، وغيرهم، وكانت وفاته رحمه الله بفاس في 11 شعبان عام 807هـ، ودفن بحومة الأصدع المعروفة الآن بفندق اليهودي، قريبا من باب الجيسة، إحدى أبواب مدينة فاس، أنظر ترجمته في جذوة الإقتباس ص 403 رقم الترجمة 410، وفي سلوة الأنفاس لابن جعفر الكتاني ج 1 ص 187، وفي النبوغ المغربي لعبد الله كنون ج 1 ص 210، وفي الضوء اللامع للسخاوي ج 4 ص 97، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 3 ص 318
Ibn Khaldun, Wali al-Din `Abd al-Rahman b. Muhammad, al-Hadrami al-'Ashbili al-Maliki (d. 808) [gk]
808
Cairo
عبد الرحمان بن محمد بن محمد بن خلدون ، فيلسوف، مؤرخ، عالم اجتماعي، باحث، من مصنفاته : العبر وديوان المبتدأ والخبر، في تاريخ العرب والعجم والبربر، مطبوع في سبعة مجلدات، توفي بالقاهرة عام 808هـ، أنظر ترجمته في جذوة الإقتباس لابن القاضي ص 410 رقم الترجمة 427، وفي نيل الإبتهاج للتنبكتي 18، وفي نفح الطيب للمقري ج 4 ص 414، وفي الضوء اللامع للسخاوي ج 4 ص 145 وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 3 ص 230.
Al-Kamal al-Damiri, Abu Baqa' M.b. Musa b. `Isa b. ¿li
mufassir, muhaddith, faqih usuli [ziarat al-Sham p. 20:f3]
=
Abu Baqa' M. b. Musa al-Damiri
scentist, writer, shafi`ifaqih, born in Cairo 742, passed away in Cairo 808
writigns: ... [skiredj]

734 / 742
808
Cairo
الكمال الدَّميري، أبو البقاء محمد بن موسى بن عيسى بن عاي
=
أبو البقاء محمد بن موسى الدميري ، باحث، أديب، من فقهاء الشافعية، ولد بالقاهرة عام 742هـ، وبها توفي سنة 808هـ، من مصنفاته : حياة الحيوان، مجلدان، واختصره في مصنف سماه : حاوي الحسان من حياة الحيوان، والديباجة في شرح كتاب ابن ماجة، في الحديث، خمس مجلدات، ومختصر شرح لامية العجم، للصفدي، والنجم الوهاج في شرح المنهاج، للنووي، وأرجوزة في الفقه، وغيرهم، أنظر ترجمته في الخطط التوفيقية لمبارك ج 11 ص 59، وفي الضوء اللامع للسخاوي ج 10 ص 59، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 7 ص 118، وفي دائرة معارف القرن العشرين لفريد وجدي ج 4 ص 67
Abu `Abd Allah Muhammad b. `Ali b. Muhammad al-Ansari al-Ghrnati  (d. 811)
known as al-Hafýr
imam, mufti and muhaddith of Granada

811

.أبو عبد الله محمد بن علي بن محمد الأنصاري الغرناطي الشهير بالحفار ، إمام غرناطة ومحدثها ومفتيها، الشيخ المعمر ملحق الأحفاد بالأجداد، توفي عام 811هـ، انظر ترجمة في شجرة النور الزكية لمخلوف ص 247 رقم الترجمة 889، وفي الفكر السامي للحجوي ج 2 ص 296 رقم الترجمة 661
Ahmad ibn al-Hariri (d.813)
813


Shams al-Din al-Qalqashandi (d.809) (teacher of Ibn Hajar in Sham)



al-Jurjani, al-Sharif `Ali b. M. b. `Ali, Abu al-Hasan al-Husayni al-Hanafi (d. 816 AH) [gk]
816


Abd al-Rahman al-Kanani (d. 817)
817


Khwajah Parsa, Muhammad b. Mahmud al-Hafizi al-Bukhari al-Naqshbandi (d. 822) [gk]
822


Ibn al-Jazari, Shams al-Din Muhammad b. Muhammad, Abu al-Khayr al-Jazari al-Shafi`i (d. 833) [gk]
833

محمد بن محمد العمري الدمشقي الشافعي الشهير بابن الجزري ، شيخ الإقراء في زمانه، من حفاظ الحديث، له مؤلفات كثيرة منها : النشر في القراءات العشر، وغاية النهاية في طبقات القراء، والتمهيد في علم التجويد، وغيرها. توفي رحمه الله عام 833هـ أنظر ترجمته في طبقات الحفاظ للسيوطي ج 3 ص 85 وفي الضوء اللامع للسخاوي ج 9 ص 255-260 وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 7 ص 45. وفي فهرس الفهارس لعبد الحي الكتاني ص 304 رقم الترجمة 125
Ibn Wazir al-Yamani (d. 840 H.)
833


Shams Al-din Al-dimashki: (d. 842 H) (head of Damascus dar al-Hadith)
840


Ibn Nasir al-Din al-Dimashqi (d. 842) hadith master
842


supporter of Ibn Taymiyyyah



Ala Al-Din Alsayrafi: (d. 844 H) (head of Damascus dar al-Hadith)
844


al-Maqrizi (d. 845 H.)
845


= Taqi al-Din Ahmad b. `Ali b. `Abd al-Qadir, Abu al-`Abbas al-Husayni al-Hanafi (d. 845) [gk]
845


Al-Sultan Shams al-Din al-Hanafi (d. 847) ) [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
The 5th (?) khalifas descending from Imam Abul Hasan
notes from Akram chronlicles "al-sultan al-hanafi (d. 847)"

847


`Abd Allah b. muhammad b. Musa al-`Abdusi

849
Fas
عبد الله بن محمد بن موسى العبدوسي ، من خيرة علماء فاس في عهد الدولة الوطاسية، له مؤلفات منها : أجوبة فقهية، أجاب بها عن أسلئة رفعها إليه القاضي محمد بن خليفة الصنهاجي، وكانت وفاته في ذي الحجة عام 849هـ، انظر ترجمته في الأعلام للزركلي ج 4 ص 127. وفي شجرة النور الزكية لمخلوف ص 255 رقم الترجمة 924، وفي الفكر السامي للحجوي ج 2 ص 304 رقم الترجمة 677، وفي جذوة الإقتباس لابن القاضي ص 425 رقم الترجمة 450
Ibn Hajar al-`Asqalani (d. 852 H.)
= Ibn Hajar al-`Asqalani, Shihab al-Din Ahmad b. Nur al-Din `Ali, Abu al-Fadl al-Shafi`i (d. 852) [gk]
[hts] [ahm] [darussalam] [islaam] [islaam-t]
On dhikr

852


Ibn al-Sabbagh al-Maliki (d. 855 H.) [gk]
855


= Ibn al-Sabbagh, Nur al-Din `Ali b. M. b. Ahmad, al-Ghazzi al-Maliki (d. 855) [gk]



Badr al-Din al-‘Ayni al-Hanafi (d. 855 H.)
855


= al-`Ayni, Mahmud b. Ahmad b. Musa b. Ahmad, Badr al-Din Qadi al-Qudat al-Hanafi (d. 855) [gk]



'Ala al-Din al-Mardawi (d. 855 H.)
855


Hafiz Ibn al-Humam (d. 861 H.) /mentioned by gfh as hanafi/
861


Jalal ad-din Muhammad Mahalli (d. 864)
861


[hizmet]: writer of the tafsir book Al-Jalalain
864


Qadi Sa`d al-Din b. M. Aub Sa`adat al-Diri (d. 867)
Hanafi faqih, author of “al-Dhaka’ al-mufarraT” [maraqi]

867


Muhammad b. Sualyman b. Dawud b. Bishr al-Jazuli al-Samlali al-Shadhili
sahib Dala'il al-Khayrat

869
Afu Ghal
محمد بن سليمان بن داود بن بشر الجزولي السملالي الشاذلي ، مؤلف كتاب دلائل الخيرات وشوارق الأنوار، في ذكر الصلاة على النبي المختار، وهو من أشهر الكتب المصنفة في موضوعه، توفي بأفوغال وهو ساجد في السجدة الأولى من الركعة الثانية من صلاة الصبح، في شهر ذي القعدة من سنة 869هـ ودفن بعد صلاة الظهر من نفس اليوم بمسجده الذي أسسه بأفوغال، ولما تولت الدولة السعدية مقاليد الحكم بالمغرب، قام الخليفة أبو العباس أحمد المعروف بالأعرج بنقل جثمانه لمدينة مراكش بعد أكثر من سبعين سنة من وفاته رحمه الله ورضي عنه. وقد أفرده بالتأليف العلامة سيدي محمد الفاسي في كتابه : ممتع الأسماع في الجزولي والتباع وما لهما من الأبتاع. وانظر كذلك ترجمته في الإعلام بمن حل مراكش وأغمات من الآعلام لابن ابراهيم المراكشي ج 4 ص 57-‍‌‌122 وفي النجوم الزاهرة لابن ثغري بردي ج 16 ص 203 وفي جامع كرامات الأولياء للنبهاني ج 1 ص 165 وفي الآعلام لخير الدين الزركلي ج 6 ص 151 وفي الضوء اللامع للسخاوي ج 7 ص 258. وفي نيل الإبتهاج للتنبكتي ص 317
Muhammad b. Khalfa b. `Umar al-Abi al-Washtani al-Maliki
hafizh al-hadith

874
Tunis
محمد بن خلفة بن عمر الأبي الوشتاتي المالكي ، من حفاظ الحديث، له مصنفات منها : إكمال إكمال المعلم لفوائد كتاب مسلم، في سبعة أجزاء، في شرح صحيح الإمام مسلم، جمع فيه بين المازري وعياض والقرطبي والنووي مع زيادات من كلام شيخه ابن عرفة، وكانت وفاته رحمه الله عام 827 هـ بتونس، أنظر ترجمته في البدر الطالع للشوكاني ج 2 ص 169، وفي شجرة النور الزكية لمخلوف ص 244 رقم الترجمة 874، وفي الفكر السامي للحجوي ج 2 ص 296 رقم الترجمة 664، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 6 ص 115
Abu Zayd `Abd al-Rahman b- M. b. Makhluf al-Tha`labi al-Jaza'iri

875

أبو زيد عبد الرحمان بن محمد بن مخلوف الثعالبي الجزائري ، من أكابر العلماء والفقهاء، وخاصة الخاصة من الصالحين الأتقياء، ولد في حدود عام 786هـ وتوفي رحمه الله سنة 875هـ وله تآليف كثيرة تدل على غزارة علمه في الكثير من الفنون منها : الجواهر الحسان في تفسير القرآن، وجامع الأمهات في أحكام العبادات، وروضة الأنوار ونزهة الأخيار، والذهب الإبريز في غريب القرآن العزيز، والإرشاد في مصالح العباد. وغيرهم. وهو من أعلام المالكية بالجزائر، انظر ترجمته في شجرة النور الزكية لمخلوف ص 264 رقم الترجمة 976 وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 3 ص 331. وفي الفكر السامي للحجوي ج 2 ص 307 رقم الترجمة 685، وفي فهرس الفهارس لعبد الحي الكتاني ص 732 رقم الترجمة 390، وفي معجم المطبوعات لسركيس 661
Ibn `Ijlun, Najm al-Din M. b. `Abd Allah b. `Abd al-Rahman, al-'Azra`i (al-Zar`i) al-Shafi`i (d. 876) [gk]
876


Qutlubagha (d. 879 H.) (hts-brief note)
879


`Ala al-Din `Ali b. Muhammad al-Qawshaji (d. 879) [gk]
879


Ibrahim al-Matbuli (d. 881) [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
=Ibrahim b. `Ali b.  `Umar al-Ansari al-Matbul al-Ahmari, Burhan a-Din
(d. 877 in Manufia)
Imam al-Awlia fi `asrihi, umiyy
He took from Sheikh Yusuf al-Barsali al-Ahdari
originally from Matbul in Western Misr
When asked: Who was your sheikh i the tariq? he would answer: My mother.
[Adab al-Suhba p. 66f3]

877/
881


Ibn Salah al-Kanani (d. 882)
882


Abul Mawahib al-Shadhili (b. 820 – d. 882 H)
= Muhammad b. Ahmad b. Muhammad Abu `AbdAllah, Abu al-Mawahib, ibn al-Hajj al-Yaslatini al-Tunisi, al-Maghribi thumma al-Qahiri, al-Maliki, known as Ibn Zaghd’n, took from  ¿li Abi al-Wafa, inclined to al-Sheikh al-Akbar. Wrote al Sharh to al-Hikam and a Diwan "Mawahib al-Ma`arif" etc. Buried on the Shadhili graveyardat al-Qarafa near al-Salah al-Kala¥i. [Adab al-Suhba p. 47f1] Mentioned in Sal-Sha`rani's al-Tabaqat al-Kubra, al-Dau' al-L’mi`, al-Kawakib al-Durriyya
820
882
Cairo

'Asil al-Din, `Abd Allah b. Ahmad b. Muhammad, al-Husayni al-'Iji al-Shafi`i (d. 883) [gk]
883


`Abd al-Rahman al-`Ayni  (d. 893)
Buried in MÓTšr  J^ami`al-Jadid in Salihiyyah + some ambiguous info [ZaSh p. 114]

893


Al-Sanusi, Muhammad b. Yusuf b. `Umar b. Shu`ayb, Abu `Abd Allah al-Talmasani al-Husayni (d. 895) [gk]
895


Imam Ahmad Zarruq (d. 899 H)
Ahmad b. Ahmad b. Muhammad Isa al-Barnasi al-Fasi, k”nd som Zarruq
faqih, sufi
dog Âr 899  i en by i n”raheten av Tarabilis al-Gharb och begravdes d”r.
Skrev mÂnga b–cker om hadtih, sira, tasawwuf.

899

أحمد بن أحمد بن محمد بن عيسى البرنسي الفاسي ، المشهور بزروق، الفقيه الصوفي الجليل، توفي في تكرين من قرى مسراتة من أعمال طرابلس الغرب، عام 899هـ وبها دفن، وله رحمه الله مؤلفاته كثيرة جدا، في الفقه والحديث والسيرة والتصوف، ويسمى عند القوم بمحتسب الصوفية، انظر ترجمته في جذوة الإقتباس لابن القاضي ص 128 رقم الترجمة 66 وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 1 ص 91 وفي درة الحجال لأحمد بن محمد بن القاضي ج 1 ص 126 وفي سلوة الأنفاس للكتاني ج 3 ص 123 وفي شجرة النور الزكية لمخلوف ص 267 رقم الترجمة 988. وفي الضوء اللامع للسخاوي ج 1 ص 222، وفي معجم المطبوعات لسركيس 956، وفي فهرس الفهارس لعبد الحي الكتاني ص 455، رقم الترجمة 238، وفي الفكر السامي للحجوي ج 2 ص 311 رقم الترجمة 696.
Imam al-Jazuli
was guided to the Shadhili tariqa by Ahmad Zarruq (d. 899 H), did his suluk with Sheikh Abu `AbdAllah Muhammad Amghar . He spread the tariqa in  the vecinity of Marakesh and had a large number of murids. He composed Dala'il al-Khayrat and made it a wird for his followers. He also  authered works on the adab of the murid towards the Sheikh. He put emphasis on  jihad and resisting foreign invasion, [Tarikh al-tariqati al-Shadhiliyya]

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10th C

Abu Ishaq Ibrahim al-Naji (d. 900)
Ascetic and Shaikh of hte muhaddithin of Dimashq, geneologist, expert in bios of sahaba and rijal, narrated from Ibn Hajar, put al-Suyuti's "al-`uqi’n" into rhyme;
buried about 20 armlengths west of the grave of Mu`ayiah [Ziarat al-Sham p. 44:f5, p.73]
810
900
Dimashq
إبراهيم بن محمد بن محمود (أو بن عماد) الدمشقي، المعروف بالناجي
Muhammad ibn Muhammad al-Hanbali (d. 900 H.) (hts-brief note)
900


Hafizh al-Sakhawi (d. 902 H.)
902


Yusuf ibn Abdil-Hadi (d. 909 H.)
909


Ibn Husayn ibn Ahmad ibn `Abd al-Hadi al-Salihi al-Hanbali, known as "Ibn al-Mabrad"
authored over 400 books, among htem books bios of early muslims [Ziaratal-Sham p. 25:f2]
830
909

بن حسين بن أحمد ين عبد الهادي الصالحي الحنبلي ªين المَبْرَد´ ـ
al-Samhudi, Nur al-Din `Ali b. `Abd Allah b. Ahmad, al-Hasani al-Shafi`i (d. 911) [gk]
911


Jalal al-Din al-Suyuti (d. 911 H.)
=Jalal al-Din `Abd al-Rahman b. Kamal al-Din Abi Bakr, al-Shafi`i (d. 911) [gk]
[hts] + others
[gfh][nuh]
He was the sheikh of imam al-Sakhawi and of imam Zakariya al-Ansari [MY cairo 2005]
Kamal al-din ibn al-Hamam was his teacher [MY cairo 2005]
Authored >1000 books, among them a sharh of Sahih Bukhari
hadith not mentioned by his is considered to be made up [MY cairo 2005]


911
Cairo
عبد الرحمان بن أبي بكر بن محمد بن سابق الدين الخضيري السيوطي ، إمام حافظ مؤرخ أديب، له نحو 600 مصنف، وذكر صاحب كتاب المنح البادية أنه كان يلقب بابن الكتب، لأن أباه طلب من أمه أن تأتيه بكتاب، ففاجأها المخاض، فولدته وهي بين الكتب، وكانت وفاته رحمه الله سنة 911هـ، وعمره وقتذاك 62 سنة، انظر ترجمته في الضوء اللامع للسخاوي ج 4 ص 65 وفي فهرس الفهارس لعبد الحي الكتاني ص 1010 رقم الترجمة 575، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ح 3 ص 301، وفي الكواكب السائرة لنجم الدين الغزي ج 1 ص 226. وفي الفكر السامي للحجوي ج 2 ص 419 رقم الترجمة 912
Shams al-Dim Muhammad al-Diruti
[Adab al-Suhba p.116f] Sha`rani's al-Tabaqat al-Kubra, al-Kawakib al-Durriyya
Damiat: an old city between Tunis and Misr [Adab al-Suhba p.117f1]

921
DamiaT

al-Qastallani, Shihab al-Din Ahmad b. M. b. Abu Bakr, Abu al-`Abbas al-Shafi`i (d. 923) [gk]=
u all`Abbas Ahmad b. Abi Bakr b. `Abd al-Malik al-Qastalani al-Qatibi al-Misri, al-Hafizh

923
Cairo
أبو العباس أحمد بن محمد بن أبي بكر بن عبد المالك القسطلاني القتيبي المصري ، الإمام العالم العلامة الحجة المحدث المسند، ولد بالقاهرة عام 851هـ، وبها أخذ العلم عن جماعة من الأفاضل منهم : العلامة الحافظ الشاوري، والحافظ السخاوي، وغيرها من الأكابر، وله مصنفات منها : إرشاد الساري لشرح صحيح البخاري، في عشرة أجزاء، والمواهب اللدنية في المنح المحمدية، في السيرة النبوية العطرة، ومنهاج الإبتهاج لشرح مسلم بن الحجاج، في ثمانية أجزاء، ونفائس الأنفاس في الصحبة واللباس، في علم التصوف، ولطائف الإشارات في علم القراءات، والكنز، في علم التجويد، واختصار الضوء اللامع لشيخه السخاوي، والروض الزاهر في مناقب الشيخ عبد القادر، وغير ذلك من الكتب والتقاييد الأخرى. وكانت وفاته رحمه الله بموطنه بالقاهرة عام 923هـ، انظر ترجمته في فهرس الفهارس لعبد الحي الكتاني ص 967-970، رقم الترجمة 546، وفي الكواكب السائرة لنجم الدين الغزي ج 1 ص 126، وفي الضوء اللامع للسخاوي ج 2 ص 103، وفي الخطط التوفيقية لمبارك ج 6 ص 11، وفي النور السافر لابن العيدروس ص 113، وفي الفكر السامي للحجوي ج 2 ص 420 رقم الترجمة 913، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 1 ص 232، وفي البدر الطالع للشوكاني ج 1 ص 102
Khawajah Mulla, Fadl Allah b. Ruzbahan b. Fadl Allah, Abu al-Khayr al-Khunji al-Shirazi al-Shafi`i (d. 924) [gk]
924


Zakariyya ibn Muhammad Ansari (d. 926) [gfh-tasawwuf]
Student of al-Suyuti, “at the doorway of imam al-shafi`i [MY cairo 2005]
823
926

زكرياء بن محمد بن أحمد بن زكريا الأنصاري المصري الشافعي ، حافظ، محدث، فقيه، مفسر، صوفي، قاضي، من مواليد سنيكة بشرق مصر عام 823هـ له مؤلفات كثيرة منها : تحفة الباري على صحيح البخاري، وشرح ألفية العراقي، وفتح الرحمان، وشرح شذور الذهب، وغاية الوصول، والغرر البهية في شرح البهجة الوردية، وغيرهم. وتوفي رحمه الله عام 926هـ أنظر ترجمته في الكواكب السائرة لنجم الدين الغزي ج 1 ص 196 وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 3 ص 46 وفي جامع كرامات الأولياء للنبهاني ج 2 ص 79 وفي النور السافر لعبد القادر العيدروس ص 120. وفي الخطط التوفيقية لمبارك ج 12 ص 62، وفي فهرس الفهارس لعبد الحي الكتاني ص 457 رقم الترجمة 240، وفي الضوء اللامع للسخاوي ج 3 ص 234، وفي معجم المطبوعات لسركيس 483.
Ahmad b. Badr al-Din al-Hanafi (d. 934)
sufi, buried in the Himriyyah graveyard in Damascus [Ziarat alSham p. 41]

934
Dimashq
أحمد بن بدر الدين الحنفي
`Ali al-Khawwas al-Barlasi, al-Umiy (d. 939 in Cairo)
when young studied with Sheikh Ibrahim al-Matbuli at al-Baraka (in Cairo),
expert on lineages,
one of the teachers of al-Sha`rani
[Adab al-Suhba p. 47f1] Mentioned in al-Sha`rani's al-Tabaqat al-Kubra, Jami` kramat al-awlia`, al-Kawakib al-Durriyya

939
Cairo

AfDal al-Din, Abu al-FaDl al-Ahmadi (d. 942)
Brother of al-Sha`rani in the tariqa and his cloe friend, took before him from Shalkh al-.Khawwas and others. Had kashf of ppl's private life, asked Allah to take it away but it was not taken away. Died on the way to hajj and was buried at Badr. [Adab al-Suhbap. 49f1] Mentioned in al-Sha`rani's al-Tabaqat al-Kubra, Jami` kramat al-awlia`, al-Kawakib al-Sa'ira

942


Shams al-Din Muhammad b. Yusuf al-Dimashqi al-Salihi (d. 942 H.) [gk]
942


Ibn al-Diba` al-Shafi`i (d. 944 H.) [gk]
= Ibn al-Diba`, `Abd al-Rahman b. `Ali, Abu M. al-Shaybani al-Shafi`i (d. 944) [gk]

944


`Ali al-Khawas (d. 945) [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
=`Ali al-Khawwas al-Barlasi, al-Umiy (d. 939 in Cairo)

945


Mu`in al-din al-Harawi (d. 954)
one of the commmentators of al-Hidayah; author of “al-dirayah” [maraqi]

954


Ibn Sultan al-Hanafi (b. 870 - d. 950)
Great Hanafi scholar, authored a commentary on al-Nasafi's al-Kanz on Hanafi usul
Buried at the Qalandairyah at Bab al-Saghir. [ZaSh p. 69]
870
950
Dimashq

Kamal al-Din Husayn b. Mu`in al-Din, al-Yazdi al-Maybadhi (or al-Maybudi) (d. 950) [gk]
950


Abu `Abd Allah Muhammad b. `Ali b. Mihammad b. Hasan al-Andalusi
known as al-Haj al-Shatibi
faqih. historian, sufi
author of "al-Isharat al-sanniya"...

963
(Andalus)
أبو عبد الله محمد بن علي بن محمد بن حسن الأندلسي ، المعروف بالحاج الشطيبي، فقيه، مؤرخ، صوفي، من تصانيفه : الإشارات السنية لشرح المباحث الأصلية، لابن البناء، والجمان في مختصر أخبار زمان، توفي رحمه الله عام 963هـ، أنظر ترجمته في سلوة الأنفاس لابن جعفر الكتاني ج 2 ص 258، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 6 ص 292
Musa al-Hijawi (d. 968 H.) (hts-brief note)
968


al-Sharbini, Shams al-Din Muhammad b. Ahmad, al-Khatib al-Shafi`i (d. 968) [gk]
968


ibn Nujaym al- Misri (d. 970 H.) /mentioned by gfh as hanafi/
970


Abul Mawahib `Abd al-Wahhab al-Sha'rani (d. 973 H.)
(also: al-Sha`rawi)
Abul Mawahib `Abd al-Wahhab b.  Ahmad b. `Ali b. Ahmad b. Muhammad b. Dhšq’ b. Musa b. Ahmad (Sultan of the city of Tunis at Abu Madian's time) b. al-sultan Sa`id b. al-sultan  Q’shÓn b. al-sultan Yahya b.  al-Sultan Dhšq’ whose lineage goes back to Muhammad ibn al-Hanafiyya b. `Ali b. Abi Talib (r)
/mentioned by gfh as shafi`i/
[kabban/tasawwuf] [a`lam al-sufiyyah]
critic of Ibn Taymiyyah (Hizmet)
[Adab al-Suhba]: born in the department (iqlim) of al- Manufia in Egypt and grew up in his father's village "S’qia Abi Sha`ra" after which he is named. Memorized teh Quran at age 7 as well some mutun, and kept the prayer times from age 8.  Became an orphan at ge 9. Three years after his father's passing, his brother `Abd al-Qadir took him to Cairo 910. Studied and taught at Masjid al-Ghumari for 17 years. In 918 he switched over to Madrasa "Umm Khšnd". He suffered the jealousy of his contemporaries b/c of his integrity in fron of pple of power.
He took tasawwuf from:
- Ghauth Rijali `Asrihi, al-Ustadh al-Ummiyy `Ali
- `Alii al-MurSafi (called the Junayd of his time)
- Muhammad al-Shan’wi
Received ijaza in many different turuq
Had a zawiya were he reared his murids
Played a major role in renewal of tasawwuf in Egypt at his time
Among his teachers were:
- Qadi Zakariyya b. Muhammad al-Ansari (d. 926)
- al-Qastalani (d. 923)
- al-Suyuti
- al.-Shams al-Hanbali
- Muhammad b al-Turjaman
898

973

الشيخ الكبير، والعارف بالله الشهير، العالم العلامة الفقيه سيدي عبد الوهاب الشعراني ، من ذرية سيدي محمد بن علي بن أبي طالب، المشهور بابن الحنفية، ولد رحمه الله ببلدة قلقشندة بمصر سنة 898هـ وهي قرية جده لأمه، ثم نقل بعد أربعين يوما من مولده إلى قرية أبيه ساقية أبي شعرة، وإليها نسبته، وأدخله والده الكتاب في سن مبكرة من عمره، فحفظ القرآن الكريم، وصرف بعد ذلك همته لتحصيل العلوم، فبلغ فيها الغاية على يد شيوخ أجلاء كبار، كالإمام جلال الدين السيوطي، وشيخ الإسلام زكرياء الأنصاري، وناصر الدين اللقاني وأضرابهم، وأما التصوف فقد أخذه من محله عن نجوم سواطع، كالشيخ سيدي علي الخواص والمرصفي والشناوي وغيرهم. وتآليفه رحمه الله كثيرة في الفقه والحديث والتصوف وغير ذلك من العلوم والفهوم الأخرى. وكانت وفاته رحمه الله سنة 973هـ ودفن بزاويته في باب الشعرية بالقاهرة. أنظر ترجمته في معجم المطبوعات لإليان سركيس 1129-1134 وفي الخطط التوفيقية الجديدة لعلي مبارك : ج 14 ص 109 وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 4 ص 180. وفي فهرس الفهارس لعبد الحي الكتاني ص 1079 رقم الترجمة 605 وفي شذرات الذهب لابن العماد ج 8 ص 372
Ibn Hajar al-Makki al-Haytami (d. 974 H.) [nuh] [kabbani]
= Ibn Hajar al-Haytami, Shihab al-Din Ahmad b. Muhammad b. `Ali, Abu al-`Abbas al-Sa`di al-Makki al-Shafi`i (d. 974) [gk]

974


`Ali al-Muttaqi al-Hindi (d. 975 H.) [gk]
= Nur al-Din `Ali b. `Abd al-Malik Husam al-Din al-Muttaqi al-Hindi (d. 975) [gk]

975


Sharaf Al-Din Al-Hijawi (d 978 AH)
= Imam Sharaf Al-Din Abi Al-Munja Musa b. Ahmad b. Musa b. Salim b. `Isa bin Salim Al-Hijawi, originally from Quds and then settled in Salihyah Damascus [musa]

978


`Abd al-Rahman b. M. al-Akhdari (b. 917 – d. 983)
from Baskarah in Algeria, his grave is in the Zawia of BanTius in Baskarah
author of “al-Sullam” and “al-Jawharu al-Maknun” (balaghah)
917
983


Jamal al-Din Muhammad Tahir al-Fitanni al-Gujrati (d. 986) [gk]


















10th C – date of passing unclear








Ibrahim as-Salihi (d. ... H.) (hts-brief 10th C)



Shihab ud-Din as-Salihi (d. H.) (hts-brief 10th C )



Muhibb ud-Din al-`Aqili (d. ... H.) (hts-brief 10th C)



Muhyi ud-Din Muhammad (d. ... H.) (hts-brief 10th C)



Abul Baqa' AbdAllah b. Muhammad al-Badri al-Misri li-Dimashq, born 847
[ZaSh p. 85:f2] wrote a book about Mahasin al-Sham




Umm al-Khayr
learned member of the Zuhayra family, her ijaza was asked for in 938 by a visitor to Mecca [goldz/female musnids]














11th C








Jamal al-Din `Ata' Allah b. Fadl Allah, al-Husayni al-Shirazi (d. 1000 AH-1592 CE) [gk]
1000


Abu Bakr al-Musannaf (d. 1014)
1014


`Ali al-Qari (d. 1014) [nuh] [manhaj] [kabbani] /hanafi/
= `Ali b. al-Sultan Muhammad al-Harawi, al-Hanafi [gk]

1014







`Abd al-Ra'uf Munawi (d. 1031) [nuh]
= al-Munawi, Zayn al-Din `Abd al-Ra'uf b. Taj al-`Arifin b. `Ali, al-Haddadi al-Shafi`i (d. 1031) [gk]
= Muhammad `Abd al-Ra'uf b. Taj al-`Arfin b. `Ali b. Zayn al.`Abidin al-Hadadi al-Munawi al-Misri,
books authored: ...  [skiredj]

1031
Cairo
محمد عبد الرؤوف بن تاج العارفين بن علي بن زين العابدين الحدادي المناوي المصري ، توفي بالقاهرة عام ‍    1031هـ له أكثر من ثمانين مصنفا، منها التيسير في شرح الجامع الصغير للسيوطي، وفيض القدير في شرح الجامع الكبير للسيوطي، والكواكب الدرية في تراجم السادة الصوفية، وتيسير الوقوف على غوامض أحكام الوقوف، والفتوحات السبحانية، وغير ذلك من التآليف الكثيرة، أنظر ترجمته في فهرس الفهارس للكتاني ص 560 رقم الترجمة 319 وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 6 ص 204 وفي الخطط التوفيقية لعلي مبارك ج 16 ص 50 وفي خلاصة الأثر للمحبي ج 2 ص 412-416. وفي معجم المطبوعات لسركيس 1798


1031


Mar'i (d. 1033 A.H.) [n]
1033


Ba Kathir al-Makki, Ahmad b. al-Fadl b. Muhammad, al-Shafi`i (d. 1037) [gk]
1037


al-`Idrus, Shaykh b. `Abd Allah b. Shaykh b. `Abd Allah, al-Husayni al-Yamani (d. 1041) [gk]
1041


al-Husayn b. al-Imam al-Mansur bi Allah al-Qasim b. M. b. `Ali, al-Yamani (d. 1050) [gk]
1050


Nur al-Din b. Burhan al-Din `Ali b. Ibrahim b. Ahmad b. `Ali, al-Halabi al-Shafi`i (d. 1044) [gk]
1044


Mansur al-Bahuti (d. 1051 H.) [hts] [musa]
1051


`Abd al-Haqq al-Dihlawi (d. 1052 H.) [gk] /mentioned by gfh as hanafi/
1052


Abu al- `Abbas Ahmad b.`Ali b. Yusuf al-Buri
faqih

1062
Tunis
     أبو العباس أحمد بن علي بن يوسف البوني ، فقيه عالم بأسرار الحروف، أصله من بونة بتونس، توفي بالقاهرة عام 622هـ، من مصنفاته : شمس المعارف الكبرى، وشمس المعارف الوسطى، وشمس المعارف الصغرى، ومواقف الغايات في أسرار الرياضات، واللمعة النورانية، والسلك الزاهر، وشرح اسم الله الأعظم، وغير ذلك من كتب أسرار الحروف، أنظر ترجمته في هدية العارفين لإسماعيل باشا ج 1 : 90، وفي كشف الظنون لحاجي خليفة 1062، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 1 ص 174
`Abd al-Salam b. ibrahim al-Laqani
author of Jawharat al-Tawhid

1078

شارح منظومة جوهرة التوحيد هو العلامة عبد السلام بن إبراهيم اللقاني ، وقد سمى شرحه المذكور : إتحاف المريد لشرح جوهرة التوحيد، ومن مصنفاته الأخرى : السراج الوهاج في الكلام على الإسراء والمعراج، توفي في شهر شوال عام 1078هـ، انظر ترجمته في شجرة النور الزكية لمخلوف ص 304 رقم الترجمة 1176، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 3 ص 355، وفي خلاصة الأثر للمحبي ج 2 ص 416، وفي معجم المطبوعات لسركيس 1592
Ibn Balbaan (d. 1083 H.)
1083


Ibnul-'Imaad (d. 1083 H.)
1083


Ahmad b. Muhammad b. `Umar, Shihab al-Din al-Khafaji al-Misri al-Hanafi (d. 1069) [gk]
1069


Shams al-DÓn Muhammad ibn Badr al-DÓn ibn Balb’n al-DimashqÓ al-S’lihÓ ( d. 1083) hanbali
1083


Abu Zayd `Abd al-Ramhan b. Abd al-Qadir al-Fasi

1096
(Fas)
أبو زيد عبد الرحمان بن عبد القادر الفاسي ، من أكابر علماء وقته بفاس، أخذ عن والده سيدي عبد القادر الفاسي وعمه سيدي أحمد الفاسي، وقريبه سيدي محمد بن أحمد بن أبي المحاسن الفاسي، وغيرهم من أقطاب العلم وقتذاك، وهو من مواليد فاس عام 1040هـ وبها توفي سنة 1096هـ، وله رحمه الله مؤلفات منها : نظم العمل الفاسي، وأزهار البستان في مناقب الشيخ عبد الرحمان، وتحفة الأكابر في أخبار الشيخ عبد القادر، وغير ذلك من التصانيف الكثيرة المتعددة المجالات، انظر ترجمته في شجرة النور الزكية لمحمد مخلوف ص 315 رقم الترجمة 1230، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 3 ص 310، وفي صفوة من انتشر من أخبار صلحاء القرن الحادي عشر للإفراني ص 201، وفي الدرر الفاخرة لابن زيدان ص 13، وفي الإستقصا للناصري ج 4 ص 51. وفي فهرس الفهارس لعبد الحي الكتاني ص 735 رقم الترجمة 393، وفي الفكر السامي للحجوي ج 2 ص 336 رقم الترجمة 750. وفي سلوة الأنفاس لابن جعفر الكتاني ج 1 ص 314
Abu Muhammad `Abd al-Baqi b. Yusuf al-Zarqani
maliki scholar of Misr
1020
1099
(Misr)
     أبو محمد عبد الباقي بن يوسف الزرقاني ، من أعلام المالكية بمصر، ولد بها عام 1020هـ، وكانت وفاته في شهر رمضان المعظم عام 1099هـ، من مؤلفاته شرح على مختصر الشيخ خليل، في ثمانية أجزاء، انظر ترجمته في الأعلام للزركلي ج 3 ص 272، وفي شجرة النور الزكية لمخلوف ص 304 رقم الترجمة 1177، وفي خلاصة الأثر للمحبي ج 2 ص 287. وفي الفكر السامي للحجوي ج 2 ص 337 رقم الترجمة 752





11th C – date of passing unclear








`Abdullah ad-Danushi (d. … H.) (hts-brief 11th C)



al-Jamaal `Abdul Qaadir al-Hanbali (d. … H.) (hts-brief 11th C)



ash-Shihaab Ahmad al-Waarithi (d. … H.) (hts-brief 11th C)


















12th C













Abu Tahir = Muhammad ibn Ibrahim al-Kurdi al-Madani (quoted by Shah WaliAllah on hadith)








Muhammad al-Kharashi (d. 1101 = 1690 CE) [azhar brief bio]
1101


Ibrahim al-Kurani (d.1101)
Kurdish `alim of Hijaz who had an influence on Indonesans

1101







M. b. `Abd al-Rasul b. `Abd al-Sayyid b. `Abd al-Rasul, al-Shafi`i al-Barzanji al-Husayni (d. 1103) [gk]
1103


Burhan al-Din Ibrahim b. Mar`i b. `Atiyyah al-Shabarhayti, al-Misri al-Maliki (d. 1106) [gk]
1106


al-Muqbili, Salih b. Mahdi b. `Ali b. `Abd Allah, Diya' al-Din al-San`ani (d. 1108) [gk]
1108


al-Isfahani (d. 1112 H.)
1112


As`ad al-Iskadari (d.1116)
1116


Ibn Hamzah al-Harrani, Ibrahim b. Muhammad b. Muhammad Kamal al-Din al-Hanafi (d. 1120 AH-1708 CE) [gk]
1120


Muhammad b. `Abd al-Baqi al-Zarqani al-Maliki al-'Azhari (d. 1122) [gk] [n]
=al-Zurqani, Muhammad b. `Abd al-Baqi b. Yusuf, Abu `Abd Allah al-'Azhari al-Zarqani al-Maliki (d. 1122) [gk]

1122







Khair al-Din Ilyas (!) (d. 1127 H)
1127


Ahmad b. Suayman b. Ya`za b. ibrahim al-Jazuli

1133
Marakesh
أحمد بن سليمان بن يعزى بن إبراهيم الجزولي التغاتيني الرسموكي ، فقيه جليل، له معرفة واسعة بعلم الفرائض، توفي بمراكش عام 1133هـ، له مصنفات كثيرة منها : الجواهر المكنونة، وهي أرجوزة في الفرائض، وله عليها ثلاثة شروح، كبير، ووسط، وصغير، ومن مؤلفاته كذلك : ذيل أرجوزة الحساب للسملالي، وله عليها كذلك ثلاثة شروح، وكفاية ذوي الألباب في فهم معونة الطلاب للدادسي، ورسالة في مسألة أولاد الأعيان، وحاشية على رسالة أبي زيد القيرواني، وحاشية على مختصر خليل، وحلة العروس في أجوبة وأسئلة أهل سوس، وتحقيق القول في مسألة العول، ومختصر طب الشوشاني، ونظم في علم العروض، ورسالة في المضاف إلى ياء المتكلم، ومنازل الشمس، ومجموعة فتاويه المتفرقة، وغير ذلك من التآليف الأخرى، أنظر ترجمته في المعسول للمختار السوسي ج 18 ص 330-337، وفي سوس العالمة لنفس المؤلف ص 192، وفي رجالات العلم العربي في سوس لنفس المؤلف ص 61، وفي طبقات الحضيكي ج 1 ص 107، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 1 ص 133
Abul-Hasan as-Sindee (d. 1132 H.))
1132


Abd al-Ghani Nabulsi (d. 1731 CE)
[Umm Sahl] `Abd al-Ghani al-Nabulsi was born in Damascus in 1641 into a family of Islamic scholarship. His father, Isma`il `Abd al-Ghani, was a jurist in the Hanafi school of fiqh and contributor to Arabic literature. `Abd al-Ghani showed diligence in the pursuit of Islamic knowledge and before the age of twenty he was both teaching and giving formal legal opinions ( fatwa ). He taught in the Umawi Mosque in Damascus and the Salihiyya Madrasa, his fame as an accomplished Islamic scholar spreading to all neighboring Islamic cities. He died in 1731 at ninety years of age, having left behind hundreds of written works in virtually all the Islamic sciences. 
1050
1143
Dimashq
عبد الغني بن إسماعيل بن عبد الغني النابلسي ، محدث حافظ فقيه أديب مؤرخ مفسر صوفي، ولد بدمشق عام 1050هـ، وبها توفي عام 1143هـ، من مؤلفاته : تعطير الأنام في تعبير المنام، ونفحات الأزهار على نسمات الأسحار، وكشف الستر عن فرضية الوتر، ولمعان الأنوار في المقطوع لهم بالجنة والمقطوع لهم بالنار، وإيضاح الدلالات في سماع الآلات، وجواهر النصوص وشرح أنوار التنزيل للبيضاوي، ومناجاة الحكيم ومناغاة القديم، وغيرهم. انظر ترجمته في فهرس الفهارس لعبد الحي الكتاني ص 756 رقم الترجمة 415، وفي سلك الدرر للمرادي ج 3 ص 30، وفي معجم المطبوعات لسركيس 1832، وفي عجائب الآثار للجبرتي ج 1 ص 154، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 4 ص 32
al-Badakhshi (d. 1150 H.) [gk]
1150


Abu `Abd Allah Muhammad b. M. al-Fulani al-Kashnawi al-Sudani
faqih, grammarian, maliki scholar of Sudan

1154
Misr
     أبو عبد الله محمد بن محمد الفلاني الكشناوي السوداني ، فقيه نحوي، من أعلام المالكية بالسودان، كانت له معرفة واسعة بعلم أسرار الحروف، ومن مصنفاته : بهجة الآفاق وإيضاح اللبس والإغلاق في علم الحروف والأوفاق، والدر المنظوم وخلاصة السر المكتوم في علم السحر والطلاسم والنجوم، والدرر واليواقيت في شرح منظومة الدر والترياق، لعبد الرحمان المرجاني، وله في علم النحو كتاب سماه : بلوغ الأرب من كلام العرب. وغير ذلك من التآليف الأخرى توفي رحمه الله بمصر عام 1154هـ أنظر ترجمته في فهرس الفهارس لعبد الحي الكتاني ص 1023 رقم الترجمة 577 وفي شجرة النور الزكية لمخلوف ص 337 رقم الترجمة 1330 وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 7 ص 66
`Abdul Wahhaab ibn Sulaymaan (d. 1153 H.) (hts-brief note)
1154


AbdAllah al-Khalifati (d. 1154)
1162


Ismaa’eel al-‘Ijloonee (d. 1162 H.)
1162


Muhaamad Hayat as-Sindee (d. 1163 H.)
1163


`abd al-Rahman b. Idris b. Muhammad b.Ahmad a.Manjara al-Hasani al-Idrisi al-Timilsani
Sheikh al-Mahrib in the sciences of qira'at and rawayat
1111
1164
Fas
عبد الرحمان بن إدريس بن محمد بن أحمد المنجرة الحسني الإدريسي التلمساني ، شيخ المغرب في علوم القراءات وأحكام الروايات، ولد بفاس في يوم الأحد 21 شوال عام 1111هـ، وبها تلقى العلم عن أكابر شيوخ جامع القرويين، وفي سنة 1164هـ تولى الإمامة والخطابة والتدريس بمسجد الشرفاء بفاس، وبه بقي إلى أن توفي ضحوة يوم الأربعاء 5 ذي الحجة الحرام عام 1179هـ، وصلي عليه بعد صلاة الظهر بمسجد القرويين، ودفن جوار الإمام سيدي عبد الواحد بن عاشر، قرب المصلى خارج باب الفتوح بفاس. انظر ترجمته في سلوة الأنفاس لابن جعفر الكتاني ج 2 ص 270، وفي فهرس الفهارس لعبد الحي الكتاني ص 569 رقم الترجمة 325، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 3 ص 298، وفي شجرة النور الزكية لمخلوف ص 354 رقم الترجمة 1415
al-`Imadi, Hamid b. `Ali b. Ibrahim b. `Abd al-Rahim, al-Hanafi al-Dimashqi (d. 1171) [gk]
1171


Walee-ullaah ad-Dihlaawe (d. 1176 H.)
= Shah Wali Allah b. `Abd al-Rahim al-Dihlawi (d. 1176) [gk]

1176







Ja`far b. hasan al-Barzanji (d.1177)
Kurdish `alim of Hijaz who had an influence on Indonesans

1177







Muhammad b. Salim b. Ahmad, Shams al-Din al-Misri al-Hafni al-Shafi`i (d. 1181) [gk]
1181


Shihab al-Din Ahmad b. `Abd al-Qadir b. Bakri, al-`Ujayli al-Shafi`i (d. 1182) [gk]
1182


Ahmad as-Safarani (d. 1188 H.) (hts-brief note)
1188


Muhammad ibn Ismaa’eel As-San‘aanee (d. 1189 H.)
1189


Ahmad b.`Abd al-Mun`im b.Yusuf b. Siam al-Damnahuri (b. 1101 – d. 1192)
Azhari sheikh, wrote many books on fiqh and others, knew all four madhhabs
Author of:
Nihayatu al-Ta`rif bi aqsami al-Hadith al-da`if
Al-Faid al-Ma`mim fi ma`na al-Qur’an al-Karim
Aidah al-Mubham min ma`ani “al-Sullam” (Sharh of al-Akhdari’s Sullam)

1192












12th C – date of passing unclear








M. b. Suleyman al-Kurdi (d. ….)



Kurdish `alim of Hijaz who had an influence on Indonesans








Ibrahim al-Baramawi [ 1690 - 1694 ] azhari



Muhammad al-Nasharti [ 1694 - 1708 ~1120 H) azhari



Abd al-Baqi al-Qillini [ 1708 - 1711 ) azhari



Muhammad Shannan [ 1711 - 1720 ] azhari



Ibrahim al-Fayyumi . [ 1720 - 1724 ] azhari



Abd-Allah al-Shabrawi [ 1724 - 1757 ] azhari



Muhammad al-Hifni . [ 1757 - 1767 ] azhari



Abd al-Ra'uf al-Sijjini . [ 1767 - 1768 ] azhari



Ahmad al-Damanhuri . [ 1768 - 1776 ] azhari


















13th C








Ali b. M. al-Sharwani (d. 1200)
1200


Abd al-Salam M. al-Daghestani (d. 1202)
1202


Ahmad ad-Dardir (d. 1201 H.) (hts-brief note)
1201


Muhammad bin Abdul-Wahhab (d. 1205 H.)
1205


al-Zubaydi, Muhibb al-Din M. Murtada, Abu al-Fayd al-Wasiti al-Hanafi al-Bilgirami (d. 1205) [gk]
1205


Muhammad b. `Ali al-Sabban (d. 1206 H.) [gk]
Muhammad b. `Ali, Abu al-`Irfan al-Sabban al-Shafi`i (d. 1206) [gk]

1206







Muhammad ibn 'Ali ibn Gharib (d. 1209 H.)
1209


`Alawi al-Haddaad (d. 1216 H.) (hts-brief note)
1216


Salih al-Fulani (d. 1218)
1216


Abu FaDl Ja`far ibn Idris al-Hasani al-Kattani
1246
1323
Fas
     أبو الفضل جعفر بن إدريس الحسني الكتاني ، فقيه جليل، صوفي، ولد بفاس عام 1246هـ، وبها توفي عام 1323هـ، من مصنفاته : الشرب المحتضر في رجال القرن الثالث عشر، والرياض الربانية في الشعبة الكتانية، وإعلام الأئمة الأعلام وأساتيذها بما لنا من الروايات وأسانيدها، وأحكام أهل الذمة، وغير ذلك، أنظر ترجمته في فهرس الفهارس لعبد الحي الكتاني ص 300 رقم الترجمة 119، وفي شجرة النور الزكية لمخلوف ص 433 رقم الترجمة 1708، وفي الفكر السامي للحجوي ج 2 ص 367 رقم الترجمة 814، وفي معجم المطبوعات لسركيس 1545، وفي دليل مؤرخ المغرب الأقصى لابن سودة المري ص 67 رقم 345، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 2 ص 122.





Uthman dan Fodio (d. 1232) och kalifatet i Sokoto (p svenska)
1232


Sulaymaan ibn Abdullaah Aal-Shaykh (d. 1233 H.)
1233


WaliAllah ad-Dahlawi (d. 1237 H.) (hts-brief note)
1237


Ahmad as-Saawi (d. 1241 H.) (hts-brief note)
1241


Abdullaah ibn Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhaab (d. 1242 H.)
1242


Diya` ud-Din Khalid al-Baghdadi (d. 1242 H.) [hts] was a shafi`i [hizmet]
1242


Muhammad ibn ‘Ali al-Shawkani (d. 1250 H.) [n]
1250


=al-Shawkani, Muhammad b. `Ali b. Muhammad, al-San`ani (d. 1250) [gk]
1250


Muhammad Amin Ibn `Abidin (d. 1252H.) (hts-brief note) [gfh-tasawwuf]

1252


Muhammad `Ali Basha (d. 1262 H.) (hts-brief note)
1262


al-Alusi al-Baghdadi, Mahmud b. `Abd Allah, Shihab al-Din Abu al-Thana al-Husayni al-Alusi al-Shafi`i (d. 1270)
1270


Mustafa ash-Shatti al-Hanbali (d. 1274 H.) (hts-brief note)
Imaam Mustafa ash-Shatti al-Hanbali
1205-1274 AH/1791-1857 AD. Leading jurist of the Hanbalis in Syria and a noted   scholar of the Qaadiri Order, his piety and righteousness made his reputation   that much greater to his contemporaries.


1274
(Syria)

Sulaymaan ibn `Abdul Wahhaab (d. 1275 H.) (hts-brief note)
1275


Muhammad `Illish (d. 1275 H.) (hts-brief note)
1275


MuhniD Babah b. I`bid al-Dimani al-Shanjiti
manof letters, faqih, muahddith, logician
liverd 120 years
1157
1277

سيدي محنض بابه بن اعبيد الديماني الشنجيطي ، من خيرة علماء وأدباء شنجيط، له مؤلفات جليلة تقارب الثلاثين مصنفا، في الفقه والحديث واللغة والأدب والمنطق، وغير ذلك، توفي رحمه الله عام 1277هـ، وعمره 120 سنة، أنظر التعريف به في روض شمائل أهل الحقيقة لابن محم العلوي الشنجيطي، رقم الترجمة 38، وفي الوسيط في تراجم أدباء شنجيط لأحمد بن الأمين الشنجيطي ص 236، وفي فتح الملك العلام للفقيه الحجوحي، بتحقيقنا عليه، رقم الترجمة 53، وفي نخبة الإتحاف لنفس المؤلف رقم الترجمة 384
Yosuf Al-hasani (d. 1279 H) (head of Damascus dar al-hadith)
1279
(Damascus)

Abdur Rahmaan ibn Hasan Aal-Shaykh (d. 1285 H.)
1285


Abdullah ibn Abdur-Rahmaan Abaa Bateen (d. 1286 H.)
1286


Sheikh Muhammad al-Fasi

[Tabaqat al-Shadhiliyya]:
L”ste som ung Koranen och de religi–sa vetenskaperna enligt maliki-skolan i Yttersta Maghrib.
Bland hans l”rare var: al-Qadi al-`Abbas Abu Sawda b. Murra al-Fasi al-Maliki, f–r honom l”ste han "al-Khalil" (="al-Mukhtasar" av Khalil b. Ishaq al-Jundi d. 767, maliki fiqh) och kommentaren till den av al-Kharashi, och `Abd al-Baqi, och al-Shiekh al-Muhaddith al-Humam (الهمام), ombud f–r `Aqd al-`Ulama wa all-A`lam, och den hadith-l”rde `Abd al-Salam al-Bar`i, f–r vilken han utbildades i tafsir, hadith, maslaha m.m. Den som fr”mst utbildade honom i hadith-kunskap (al-saiiar - l”ran om rijal (?) var al-Hamam al-`Arabi al-Zarhuni al-Maliki al-Maghribi al-Fasi. I Nahw, littaratur och logik utbidades han av `Abd al-Salam b. Musa al-Andalusi. Han l”ste al-Qushayriyya och andra b–cker omtasawwuf f–r al-Tihami b. Hamadi. - Han brukade l”sa hela Dala'il al-Khairat 21 ggr varje dag. Han brukade flitigt bes–ka awlia, bÂde de levande och de bortgÂngna. Han drog sig g”rna undan andra m”nniskor, och n”rn han var tillsammans med br–derna betj”nade han dem, och s–kte g–ra sÂdant som de tyckte om.
Sedan tr”ffade han Qutb al-Da'ira wa al-madad, al-ustadh al-a`zham sayyidi al-Sheikh Muhammad b. Hamza Zhafir al-Madani, som han var var tillsammans med under 19 Âr. Han uppfostrade murider medan hans Shiekh ”nnu levde, till shand uppnÂdde al-wilaya al-kubra, och hans Sheikh gav honom idhn till irshad, och folk frÂn –ster och v”ster gagnades av honom.

1289


Abdul-Lateef ibn Abdur-Rahmaan Aal-Shaykh (d. 1293)
1293


Khwajah Kalan, Sulayman b. Ibrahim, al-Husayni al-Balkhi al-Qunduzi al-Hanafi (d. 1293 AH-1876 CE) [gk]
1293







Khalid Naqshbandi (d. 1827 CE)
= Imaam Diyaa’ ud-Din Khaalid al-Baghdaadi 1242 AH/1826 AD.
Hanafi jurist and Naqshbandi spiritual master, he was one   of the peerless missionaries of the Ottomans. He wrote works in Persian, Arabic   and Osmanje (a now defunct language of the Ottomans bearing some resemblance   to Urdu). [hts]


1242












13th C – date of passing not clear:








Ahmad al-Arousi [ 1778 - 1793 CE ~ 1207 H] azhari



Abd-Allah al-Sharqawi [ 1793 - 1812 ] azhari



Muhammad al-Shanawani [ 1812 - 1818 ] azhari



Muhammad al-Arousi [ 1818 - 1829 ] azhari



Ahmad al-Damhugi . [ 1829 - 1830 ] azhari



Hassan al-Attar [ 1830 - 1834 ] azhari



Hassan al-Quwaisni [ 1834 - 1838 ]azhari



Ahmad Abd al-Jawwad [ 1838 - 1847 ] azhari



Ibrahim al-Bayguri [ 1847 - 1860 ]azhari



Mustafa al-Arousi [ 1864 - 1870 ] azhari



Muhammad al-Abbasi [ 1870 - 1882 ] azhari



Muhammad al-Inbabi . [ 1882 - 1882 ] azhari



Muhammad al-Abbasi . [ 1882 - 1886 ] azhari



Muhammad al-Inbabi [ 1886 - 1895 ] azhari



Hassouna al-Nawawi . [ 1896 - 1900 ] azhari



Abd al-Rahman al-Nawawi [ 1900 - 1900 ] azhari



Selim al-Bishri . [ 1900 - 1904 ]azhari



Ali al-Biblawi [ 1904 - 1905 ] azhari



Abd al-Rahman al-Shirbini [ 1905 - 1909 ] azhari



Shaykh Muhammad Muhammad al-Fahham (1884 - ????) [azhari brief bio]


















14th C








Ahmad b. Zayni b. Ahmad Dahlan al-Makki al-Shafi`i (d. 1304) [gk]
= Abu al- `Abbas Ahmad b. Zayni Dahlan al-Makki, Shafi`i mufti of Makka (1231-1304 in Makka)
1231
1304
Makka
     أبو العباس أحمد بن زيني دحلان المكي ، مفتي الشافعية بمكة المكرمة، ولد بمكة عام 1231هـ، ومات بها سنة 1304هـ، له تصانيف كثيرة منها : الفتوحات الإسلامية، والجداول المرضية في تاريخ الدول الإسلامية، وخلاصة الكلام في أمراء البلد الحرام، والفتح المبين في فضائل الخلفاء الراشدين وأهل البيت الطاهرين، والسيرة النبوية، وهي مشهورة ووقع عليها الإقبال، ورسالة في الرد على الوهابية، وتاريخ طبقات العلماء، وغير ذلك من التآليف الأخرى، وأغلبها مطبوع، أنظر ترجمته في فهرس الفهارس لعبد الحي الكتاني ص 390 رقم الترجمة 193، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 1 ص 129، وفي معجم المطبوعات لسركيس 990
Abdal Hayy al-Lucknawi (d. 1304 AH; also known as Abul Hasanat /hanafi/
1304


al-Sultan al-Hasan b. Muhammad b. `Abd al-Rahman al-`Alawi

1311
Rabat
 السلطان مولانا الحسن بن محمد بن عبد الرحمان العلوي ، بويع له بعد وفاة والده عام 1290هـ وله رحمه الله إنجازات كثيرة في شتى مجالات التنمية بالمغرب، وكان كثير الرحلات بين مدن وأقاليم المملكة، وتوفي في إحدى هذه الرحلات قادما من مراكش إلى مدينة مكناس، وحمل إلى رباط الفتح حيث دفن فيه عام 1311هـ. انظر ترجمته في إتحاف أعلام الناس لابن زيدان ج 2 ص 115، وفي الدرر الفاخرة لنفس المؤلف ص 97، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 2 ص 220
Muhammad `Abduh (d. 1323 H.) [gk] 1266
1323
Cairo
محمد عبده بن حسن خير الله من آل التركماني ، ومن دعاة الإصلاح، ولد في شنزا من قرى الغربية بمصر عام 1266هـ، ودرس بالجامع الأحمدي بطنطا، ثم بالأزهر، وخلال مقامه بباريس أصدر مع صديقه وأستاذه جمال الدين الأفغاني جريدة العروة الوثقى، ولما عاد لمصر تولى منصب القضاء، ثم عين بعده مستشارا في محكمة الإستئناف، ثم مفتيا للديار المصرية إلى أن توفي بالإسكندرية عام 1323هـ، ودفن بالقاهرة. وله مصنفات منها : تفسير القرآن الكريم، لم يكمله، ورسالة الواردات، والرد على هانوتو، ورسالة التوحيد، وحاشية على شرح الدواني للعقائد العضدية، وشرح مقامات بديع زمان الهمداني، وشرح نهج البلاغة، والإسلام والرد على منتقديه، وغير ذلك من الكتب الأخرى. انظر ترجمته في الفكر السامي للحجوي ج 2 ص 232 رقم الترجمة 548، وفي معجم المطبوعات لسركيس 1677، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 6 ص 252
al-Shablanji (d. 1325 H.) [gz] = al-Shablanji, Mu'min b. Hasan Mu'min (d. 1325) [gk]
1325


Abd al-kabir b. M. b.¿ bd al-kabir al-Hasani al-Idrisi al-Kettani
faqih, muhaddith, histoiran, sufi
1268
1333
Fas
عبد الكبير بن محمد بن عبد الكبير الحسني الإدريسي الكتاني ، فقيه، محدث، مؤرخ، صوفي، ولد بفاس عام 1268هـ، وبها توفي ضحى يوم الخميس 26 ربيع الأول عام 1333هـ، ودفن بزاوية والده الكتانية من فاس، ورثاه العلامة سكيرج بقصيدة قال في مطلعها :

بماذا أسلي النفس مما أصابها               ومن جزع لم تدري فيه صوابها

®شيوخه في العلم كثيرون منهم : العلامة سيدي المهدي بن الطالب بن سودة، وسيدي عمر بن الطالب بن سودة، وسيدي جعفر بن إدريس الكتاني، وسيدي محمد بن المدني كنون، وغيرهم، ومصنفاته كثيرة منها : المشرب النفيس في ترجمة مولانا إدريس بن إدريس، ومبرد الصوارم والأسنة في الذب عن السنة، والانتصار لآل البيت المختار، وتأليف في شرح حديث كنت نبيا وآدم بين الروح والجسد، وغير ذلك من التآليف المفيدة، انظر ترجمته في فهرس الفهارس لولده عبد الحي الكتاني ص 743 رقم الترجمة 402، وفي معجم الشيوخ لعبد الحفيظ الفاسي ج 2 ص 74-77، وفي الأعلام للزركلي. ج 4 ص 50
Anwar Shah Kashmiri (d. 1919 CE ~1344) deoband
1344


Abu al-Najat Salim b. `Umar Bujabib
maliki faqih

1342
(Tunis)
أبو النجاة سالم بن عمر بوحاجب ، فقيه جليل، ولد بتونس عام 1243هـ، وبها أخذ عن أكابر علمائها، وهو كبير أهل الشورى المالكية بتونس، ومن مصنفاته : شرح على الفية ابن عاصم في علم أصول الفقه، وتقريرات على صحيح الإمام البخاري، وديوان خطب، وتقارير على الأشموني على الخلاصة، كما اشترك مع خير الدين باشا التونسي في تحرير كتابه : أقوم المسالك في معرفة أحوال الممالك، وكانت وفاته رحمه الله في شهر ذي الحجة الحرام عام 1342هـ، ودفن بمقبرة الجلاج، ورثاه العلامة سكيرج بقصيدة قال في مطلعها :

ماذا أصابك حتى صرت حيرانـا       وصرت تبكي وما استطعت سلوانـا

وما ذهاك ولم تعرف بذي جـزع        حتى جزعت وقد هـيـجـت أحـزانــا

وما عراك فـمـزقـت التصبر عــن       لواعج قد لـوت حـشـاك نيـرانـا
®انظر ترجمته في شجرة النور الزكية لمخلوف ص 426 رقم الترجمة 1689، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 3 ص 71، وفي الفكر السامي للحجوي ج 2 ص 379 رقم الترجمة 825. وفي قدم الرسوخ للعلامة سكيرج رقم الترجمة 61
Al-Wasiti (d. 1343)
1344


Abu `Abd Allah Muhammad b. Ja`far b. Idris al-Kettani al-Hasani (b. 1274 in Fas - d. 1345 in Fas)
faqih, historian, muhaddith
lived many years in Dimashq, but returned to Fas shortly before passing away.
1274
1345
Fas
أبو عبد الله محمد بن جعفر بن إدريس الكتاني الحسني ، فقيه، مؤرخ، محدث، من مواليد فاس عام 1274هـ، وبها أخذ العلم عن جماعة من الفقهاء منهم : والده سيدي جعفر الكتاني، والعلامة سيدي محمد بن عبد الرحمان العلوي، والفقيه أبي عبد الله محمد بن عبد الواحد بن سودة، والعلامة سيدي أحمد بناني كلا، والفقيه سيدي الطيب بن كيران، والعلامة القاضي أبي العباس أحمد بن محمد بن عبد الرحمان السجلماسي الفاسي، وغيرهم، وقد رحل إلى البقاع المقدسة مرتين، وحج أكثر من تسع مرات، وهاجر بأهله إلى المدينة المنورة عام 1332هـ، فأقام بها إلى حدود عام 1338هـ حيث انتقل إلى سوريا، فسكن دمشق إلى غاية عام 1345هـ، ثم رجع لمدينة فاس فتوفي فيها بعد رجوعه بقليل، في الساعة الحادية عشر من ليلة الأحد 16 رمضان المعظم عام 1345هـ، ودفن خارج باب الفتوح بجوار الولي الصالح مولاي الطيب الكتاني، ونقل جثمانه بعد عشرين شهرا من دفنه، ووجد على حالته لم يتغير منه شيء، ودفن داخل مدينة فاس، بزاوية بنيت له قرب درب اللمطي، عدوة فاس الأندلس، ورثاه العلامة سكيرج بقصيدة قال في مطلعها :

نعى البرق من في فقده فقد الصبر                   ومن كاد أن ينشق من أجله الصدر

®وله رحمه الله مصنفات كثيرة تزيد على 70 تأليفا. منها سلوة الأنفاس وتحفة الأكياس فيمن أقبر من العلماء والصلحاء بفاس، والأزهار العاطرة الأنفاس بذكر محاسن قطب المغرب وتاج مدينة فاس، والدعامة في أحكام العمامة، وغيرهم. انظر ترجمته في شجرة النور الزكية لمخلوف ص 436 رقم الترجمة 1717، وفي فهرس الفهارس لعبد الحي الكتاني ص 515 رقم الترجمة 293، وفي معجم المطبوعات لسركيس 1545هـ، وفي نيل المراد للعلامة الحجوجي ج 1 ص 28-40، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 6 ص 72. وفي قدم الرسوخ للعلامة سكيرج رقم الترجمة 10.
Sultan Yusuf b. al-Hasan al-Awwal b. Muhammad al-`Alawi

1346
Fas
السلطان المولى يوسف بن الحسن الأول بن محمد العلوي ، ولد بمدينة مكناس سنة 1297هـ وبويع له بالسلطنة سنة 1330هـ - 1912م، وهو أول من نقل البلاط السلطاني من فاس إلى الرباط، توفي رحمه الله بفاس عام 1346هـ - 1927م، وقد قيلت في حقه قصائد وأشعار رائعة فائقة، جمعها العلامة المؤرخ عبد الرحمن بن زيدان في مصنف سماه : اليمن الوافر الوفي، بمديح الجناب اليوسفي، أنظر ترجمته في فواصل الجمان لمحمد غريط ص 141، ودروس التاريخ المغربي للجراري ج 5 ص 269-278، وفي الأعلام للزركلي ج 8 ص 226
`Abdul Qaadir Badraan (d. 1346 H.) (hts-brief note)
1346


Bahlul Behjat Afandi al-Shafi`i, al-Qadi (d. 1350) [gk]
1350


Yusuf b. Isma`il al-Nabhani al-Bayruti (d. 1350 AH-1931 CE)
= Yusuf b. Isma`il al-Nabhani al-Bayruti (d. 1350) [gk] [wikipedia]
[gfh] [ghadir](hts-brief note)

1350


`Abd Allah b- Idris al-Sanusi
faqih, muhaddith, writer, sufi
born in Fas 1260, where he studied with many shuyukh
moved East and studied with shuyukh in Madina
etc...
1260
1350
(Fas)
العلامة سيدي عبد الله بن إدريس السنوسي الحسني ، فقيه،