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1044 Deaths

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Published June 1st 2010
ISBN : 9781156351024
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34 pages
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Chapters: Sharif Al-Murtaza, Adelheid I, Abbess of Quedlinburg, Gothelo I, Duke of Lorraine, Gaudentius of Ossero, Bryachislav of Polotsk, Jalal Al-Daula, Alberic Iii, Count of Tusculum, Matilda of Frisia, lfweard of London, Hywel Ab Edwin. Source:MoreChapters: Sharif Al-Murtaza, Adelheid I, Abbess of Quedlinburg, Gothelo I, Duke of Lorraine, Gaudentius of Ossero, Bryachislav of Polotsk, Jalal Al-Daula, Alberic Iii, Count of Tusculum, Matilda of Frisia, lfweard of London, Hywel Ab Edwin. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 33. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Abu al-Qsim Al ibn Husayn al-Sharf al-Murtadh (Arabic: ) (commonly known as: Sharf Murtadh, Sayyid Murtadh, (Murtaz instead of Murtadh in non-Arab languages)) (965 - 1044 AD- 355 - 436 AH) was one of the greatest scholars of his time and was one of the students of Shaykh al-Mufd . He was the elder brother of Al-Sharif al-Radi (Seyyed Razi), the compiler of Nahjul Balagha. He was four years older than his brother. He lived during the era of Buyid Dynasty. It was the golden age of Arabic literature, and great poets like Al-Mutanabbi and Al-Maarri were among his contemporaries. He was born in a prominent household, directly descended from Muhammad, as is clear from the epithets of Sayyid and Sharif by which he was referred. His paternal lineage is directly traced to the seventh Twelver Imm, Ms al-Kdhim, while his maternal lineage is traced back to the fourth Twelver Imm, Al Zaynul bidn. His father, Husayn ibn Ms (Kunya: Ab Ahmad), was fifth in line of descent from the seventh Twelver Imm, Ms al-Kdhim. He held the prestigious position of the Naqib al-Nuqab of Iraq, which meant that he had the responsibility of managing the affairs of the Sdt (descendants of Muhammad - plural of Sayyid). Over the course of his work he was given the title of Thir al-Awhad Dhu al-Manqib. Ab Ahmad finally died in 1005 (396 AH) and was buried in the shrine of Husayn, in Karbala, Iraq. At his death, Sayyid Radh, who had been acting as his fathers deputy since 991 (381 AH), officially beca...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=19700467