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Narrators of Hadith al­Thaqalayn - Fourth/Tenth Century

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 Fourth/Tenth Century:

164. AI-Hafiz, al­Hasan ibn Sufyan al-Nasawi (d. 303/915).

In Abu Nu`aym (Hilyat al­'awliya', i, 355). Tawthiq by al-Dhahabi. [1]

165. Abu `Abd al-Rahman Ahmad ibn Shu`ayb ibn `Ali al-Nasa'i (d. 303/915).

In his al-Khasa'is, p.95, from Muhammad ibn al-Muthanna (see 104). A leading scholar and traditionist.

166. Al-Hafiz Abu Yahya Zakariyya ibn Yahya al-Saji (d. 306/919).

In al-Tabarani (al-Mu`jam al-kabir, iii, Nos. 2680, 3052), from him, from Nasr ibn `Abd al-Rahman al-Washsha' (see 129). The leading traditionist of Basrah during his days. [2]

167. Abu Ya`la Ahmad ibn al-Muthanna' ibn Yahya' al-Tamimi al­Musali (d. 307/919).

In al­Suyuti (Ihya' al-mayyit, 12), al-Sakhawi (al-'Istijlab), al­Samhudi (Jawahir al­`iqdayn), Ahmad ibn al-Fadl ibn Ba Kathir (Wasilat al­ma`al), and al-Badakhshani (Miftah al-naja). A highly respected scholar. [3]

168. Abu Khubayb al-`Abbas ibn Ahmad al-Birti (d. 308/920).

In Ibn `Asakir (Ta'rikh, i, 45), from Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn al­Husayn al-Mazrafi, from Abu al-Husayn Muhammad ibn al­Muhtadi, from Abu al-Hasan `Ali ibn `Umar, from him, from Zayd ibn al-Hasan al-'Anmati (193). Tawthiq by al-Khatib. [4]

169. Abu Ja`far Muhammad ibn Jarir al-Tabari (d. 310/922).

In `Ali al-Muttaqi al-Hindi (Kanz al-`ummal, xv, 19, xvl, 252, 253) from him, from Zayd ibn Arqam, Abu Sa`id al-Khudri and `Ali (A). He is one of the greatest historians, exegetes and legists.

170. Abu Bishr Muhammad ibn Ahmad al-Dulabi (d. 310/922).

In his al-Dhurriyyat al-tahirah, 168 (Qumm, 1407) from Ibrahim ibn Marzuq, from Abu `Amir al-`Aqadi, from Kathir ibn Zayd, from Muhammad ibn `Umar ibn `Ali, from `Ali (A). One of the leading traditionists and historians of his era.

171. Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Ishaq ibn Khuzaymah al­Nishaburi (d. 311/923).

In his Sahih, as mentioned by al-Sakhawi, op. cit. One of the imams of hadith.

172. Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn Sulayman ibn al­Harith, Ibn al-Baghandi al-Wasiti (d. 312/924).

In Ibn al-Maghazili (al­Manaqib, 234). Tawthiq by al-Khatib. [5]

173. Abu `Awanah Ya`qub ibn Ishaq ibn Ibrahim ibn Zayd alNishaburi al-'Isfarayini (d. 316/928).

In his book al-Musnad al-sahih, as mentioned by al-Shaykhani al­Qadiri in al-Sirat al-sawi. A leading traditionist of his era. [6]

174. Abu Bakr ibn Abi Dawud `Abd Allah ibn Sulayman al­Sijistani (d. 316/928).

In al-Tahawi (Mushkil al-'athar, iv, 368), from him. A leading scholar of Iraq in his time. [7]

175. Al-Hasan ibn Musallim ibn al-Tabib al-San`ani.

In al-Tabarani (Mu`jam shuyukhih, i, 135) from him.

176. Abu al-Qasim `Abd Allah ibn Muhammad ibn `Abd al-`Aziz al-Baghawi (d. 317/929).

In al-Hamawi, Fara'id al-simtayn, ii, 272.

177. Al-Hafiz al-Tahawi, Abu Ja`far Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Salamah (d. 321/933).

In his Mushkil al-'athar, iv, 368, with two chains of transmission from Zayd ibn Arqam. A leading writer and scholar of his era. [8]

178. Abu Ja`far al-`Uqayli, Muhammad ibn `Amr ibn Hammad (d. 322/934).

In his Kitab al-du`afa' (MS. 362 in Dar al-Kutub al-Zahiriyyah, Damascus, F. 104) through three chains from Abu Sa`id and Jabir. A leading scholar of his age. [9]

179. Abu `Umar Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn `Abd Rabbih al­Qurtubi (d. 328/939).

In his al-`Iqd al-farid. He is a well-known scholar of a high standing.

180. Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn al-Qasim ibn Muhammad ibn Bashshar, known as Ibn al-'Anbari (d. 328/939).

In his al-Masahif, from Zayd ibn Arqam and from Zayd ibn Thabit. An eminent scholar. Tawthiq and tasdiq by Ibn Khallikan and al­Sam`ani. [10]

181. Abu `Abd Allah Husayn ibn Isma`il ibn al­Dabbi al-Muhamili (d. 330/941).

In his Amali, where he regards it as sahih, as mentioned by `Ali al­Muttaqi in Kanz al-`ummal (xv, 122-123). A great scholar (imam) of Baghdad. [11]

182. Abu al-`Abbas Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Sa`id, known as Ibn `Uqdah (d. 332/943).

In his Kitab al-wilayah, known as Kitab al-muwalat, through 8 chains, as mentioned by al­Sakhawi (op. cit.), al-Samhudi (op. cit), Ibn Ba Kathir (op. cit.) and al-Shaykhani a1-Qadiri (op. cit). An eminent scholar of his era.

183. Al-Hasan ibn Ya`qub, Abu al-Fadl al-Bukhari (d. 342/953).

In al-Bayhaqi (Sunan, ii, 148) from al-Hakim, from him, from Muhammad ibn `Abd al-Wahhab al-Farra' al-`Abdi. Also in Ibn `Asakir in Mu`jam shuyukhih (MS. F. 11). Tawthiq by al­Dhahabi. [12]

184. Abu `Abd AlIah Muhammad ibn Ya`qub ibn al-'Akhram al­Shaybani (d. 344/955).

In al-Bayhaqi (Sunan, vii, 30) from him, from Abu Ahmad al­Farra'. Author of a voluminous Musnad. An eminent traditionist from Nishabur.

185. Abu Muhammad `Abd Allah ibn Ja`far al-'Isfahani (d. 346/957).

In Abu Nu`aym (Hilyat al-'awliya', ix, 64) from him, from Ahmad ibn Yusuf al-Dabbi. Teacher of Abu Nu`aym, who reports from Abu `Umar al-Qattan that he saw `Abd Allah ibn Ja`far in a dream after his death. When asked, "How did God treat you?" he replied, "He forgave me and put me with the prophets in their station." [13]

186. Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Tamim al-Khayyat al-Qantari (d. 348/959).

In al-Hakim (al-Mustadrak, iii, 90) from him. Al-Hakim considers him thiqah and considers this narration of his as sahih.

187. Abu Ja`far Muhammad ibn `Ali ibn Duhaym al-Shaybani (d.351/962).

In al-Bayhaqi (Sunan, x, 113) from Abu Muhammad Janah ibn Nadhir, from him, from Ibrahim ibn Ishaq al-Zuhri. Also in al­Hakim (al­Mustadrak, iii, 533) from him, where he, and after him al-Dhahabi in his Talkhis, has regarded it as sahih. The qadi and traditionist of Kufah. [14]

188. Abu Muhammad Da`laj ibn Ahmad ibn Da`laj al-Sijzi al­Mu`addal (d. 315/962).

In al­Hakim (al-Mustadrak, iii, 109-110) from him, from Zayd ibn Arqam. A leading traditionist and legist of his era and author of al­Musnad al-kabir.

189. Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn `Umar ibn Muslim al-Tamimi, known as Ibn al-Ji`abi (d. 355/966).

In his book al-Talibiyyin, as mentioned by al-Sakhawi (al-'Istijlab) and al-Samhudi (Jawahir al-`iqdayn). A leading scholar.

190. Abu al-Qasim Sulayman ibn Ahmad al-Tabarani (d. 360/970).

In his works al-Mu`jam al-saghir, al-Mu`jam al-kabir and al­Mu`jam al­awsat with different chains. One of the imams of hadith.

191. Abu Bakr Ahmad ibn Ja`far ibn Hamdan ibn Malik ibn Shabib al-Qati`i (d. 368/978).

In al-Hakim (al-Mustadrak, iii, 109) from him, from Zayd ibn Arqam. A famous traditionist. [15]

192. Al-Hafiz Abu al-Shaykh Ibn Hayyan al-Busti al-'Isfahani (d. 369/979).

In his compilation of traditions (MS. No. 3637, F. 60, in Dar al­Kutub al-Zahiriyyah, Damascus) from Abu Sa`id. Tawthiq by Abu Nu`aym, Ibn al-'Athir, Ibn Mardawayh, Ibn al-`Imad and al­Dhahabi. [16]

193. Abu Mansur Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Talhah al-'Azhari (d. 370/980).

In his Tahdhib al-lughah under `itrah, as mentioned in Lisan al­`Arab (iv, 538), and also under habl (Lisan al-`Arab, xi, 137). A legist and leading philologist and lexicographer (imam fi al­lughah). [17]

194. Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Balwayh (d. 374/984).

In al-Hakim (al-Mustadrak, iii, 109) from him, from `Abd Allah ibn Ahmad. Al-Hakim has considered his narration as sahih. Tawthiq, also, by Abu Bakr al-Barqani. [18]

195. Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Hamdan Abu `Amr al-Hiri (d. 376/986).

In Abu Nu`aym (Hilyat al-'awliya', i, 355) from him, from al-Hasan ibn Sufyan al-Nasawi. Also in al-Khwarazmi (Maqtal al-Husayn, i, 104) from `Abu al-`Ala', from Zahir al­Shahhani, from Abu Sa`id al-Ganjrudi, from him. Grammarian, legist and traditionist.

196. Abu al-Husayn Muhammad ibn al-Muzaffar ibn Musa ibn `Isa al-Baghdadi (d. 379/989).

In Ibn al-Maghazili (al-Manaqib, 236) from Abu Talib Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn `Uthman, from him, from Zayd ibn Arqam. Tawthiq by al­Dhahabi, who calls him 'al-'imam al-thiqah' and al­Darqutni, al­Safadi, and al­Suyuti. [19]

197. `Abd Allah ibn Ahmad ibn Hammuyah al­Hamawi al­Sarakhsi (d. 381/991).

In Ibn `Asakir, Mu`jam shuyukhih, MS. F. 205.

198. Abu al-Hasan `Ali ibn `Umar ibn Ahmad al-Darqutni (d. 385/ 995).

In Ibn Ba Kathir al-Makki (wasilat al-ma'al, MS.) from him from Umm Salamah. A leading scholar and traditionist (imam) of his era, legist and expert on rijal. [20]

199. Al-Hafiz Abu al-Hasan `Ali ibn `Umar ibn Shadhan al­Sukkari (d. 386/996).

In Ibn `Asakir (Ta'rikh Dimashq, ii, 45). Tawthiq by al-`Atiqi and al­Khatib. [21]

200. Abu Tahir Muhammad ibn `Abd al-Rahman al-Mukhallis al­Dhahabi (d. 393/1002).

In al-Hamawi (Fara'id al-simtayn, li, 272) from him, from Abu Sa`id al-Khudri. Tawthiq by al-Sam`ani. [22]

201. Abu Muhammad Sulayman ibn Dawud al-Baghdadi

In Manaqib Ahl al-Bayt, MS.

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[1]. Al-`Ibar, i, 355

[2]. Tadhkirat al-huffaz, 709.

[3]. Ibid, ii, 707; at al-`Ibar, ii, 124; Wafayat al-'a`yan, vii, 241; Mir'at al­jinan, ii, 243; Tabaqat al-huffaz, 306.

[4]. Ta'rikh Baghdad, xii, 152.

[5]. Tadhkirat al-huffaz, ii, 732.

[6]. Wafayat al-'a`yan, v, 436.

[7]. Ta'rikh Baghdad, ix, 464.

[8]. Tadhkirat al-huffaz, 808.

[9]. Ibid., 833.

[10]. Al-'Ansab, under 'aI­'Anbari'; Wafayat al-'a`yan.

[11]. Tadhkirat al-huffaz, iii, 824.

[12]. Al-`Ibar, iii, 259.

[13]. Akhbar Isfahan, ii, 80.

[14]. Al-`Ibar, ii, 293.

[15]. Al-'Ansab, under 'al­Qati`i'.

[16]. Akhbar Isfahan, ii, 90; al-Lubab, i, 404; Tadhkirat al­huffaz, 945; Shadharat al-dhahab, iii, 69; al-`Ibar, ii, 351.

[17]. Wafayat al-'a`yan; iii, 458.

[18]. Ta'rikh Baghdad, i, 282.

[19]. Tadhkirat al­huffaz, iii, 980; al­Wafi bi al­Wafayat, v, 34; Tabaqat al-huffaz, 389.

[20]. Al-`Ibar, iii, 28; al­'Asadi, Tabaqat al­Shafi`iyyah, MS; al­Qannawji, al­Taj al-mukallal, 82.

[21]. Ta'rikh Baghdad, xii, 40.

[22]. Al-'Ansab, under 'al­Makhallas'.

 

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