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Narrators of Hadith al­Thaqalayn - Fifth/Eleventh Century

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Fifth/Eleventh Century:

202. Abu `Ubayd Ahmad ibn Muhammad al-Harawi (d. 401/1010).

In his Kitab al-gharibayn, under "thaql". A leading scholar and philologist.

203. Abu `Abd Allah Muhammad ibn `Abd Allah al-Hakim al­Nishaburi (d. 405/1014).

In his Mustadrak (iii, 109, 174) through a sahih chain of transmission from Zayd ibn Arqam. There he also narrates it through another chain. He was the leading traditionist of his age (imam al­muhiddithin). [1]

204. Abu Sa`d al-Malik ibn Muhammad al-Wa`iz al-Nishaburi al­Kharkushi (d. 406/1015).

In his book Sharaf al-nubuwwah, as mentioned in Shihab al-Din al­Dawlatabadi (Manaqib al-sadat). One of the leading scholars. [2]

205. Yahya ibn Ibrahim Abu Zakariyya al-Muzakki al-Nishabari (d. 414/1023).

In al-Bayhaqi (Sunan, vii, 30) from him, from Zayd ibn Arqam. Ta`dil by al-Dhahabi. [3]

206. Al-Qadi `Abd al-Jabbar ibn Ahmad al-Mu`tazili (d. 414/1023).

In his al-Mughni (xx, 191, 136). An eminent scholar and Shafi`i legist.

207. Abu al-Faraj Muhammad ibn `Abd Allah ibn Ahmad ibn Shahriyar al-'Isfahani.

In al-Khatib al-Baghdadi (Talkhis al-mutashabih fi al-rasm, MS. in Dar al-Kutub al-Zahiriyyah, F. 30) from him, from al-Tabarani, from Abu Sa`id al-Khudri. One of the eminent scholars of the 5th/11th century and al-Khatib's teacher.

208. Abu Ishaq Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Ibrahim al-Tha`labi (d. 427/1036).

In his tafsir (al-Kashf wa al-bayan, MS.). One of the leading scholars of the Qur'an, a legist, grammarian, philologist and writer. [4]

209. Abu Nu`aym Ahmad ibn `Abd Allah al-'Isfahani (d. 430/1038).

In his Manqabat al-Mutahharin, with several chains and in different wordings from Abu Sa`id, Zayd ibn Arqam, Anas ibn Malik, al-Bara' ibn `Azib and Jubayr ibn Mut`am. Also in his Hilyat al-'awliya', as mentioned by al-Samhudi (Jawahir al­`iqdayn) from Hudhayfah ibn Usayd. One of the great traditionists. [5]

210. Abu Nasr Muhammad ibn `Abd al-Jabbar al-`Utbi.

In his al-Ta'rikh al-Yamini. An eminent historian and man of letters. [6]

211. Abu Sa`d Muhammad ibn `Abd al-Rahman al-Ganjrudi (d.453/1061).

In Akhtab Khwarazm (Maqtal al-Husayn `alayhi al-salam, i, 104). Tawthiq by al-Sam`ani. [7]

212. Abu Bakr Ahmad ibn `Ubayd Allah ibn Khalaf.

In Ibn al-`Asakir in the Mu`jam of his shuyukh (F. 11), from Ibn al­`Iraqi, from him, from al-Hakim al-Nishaburi. One of the eminent scholars of 5th century.

213. Abu Bakr Ahmad ibn al-Husayn ibn `Ali al-Bayhaqi (d. 458/1066).

In al-Khwarazmi (al-Manaqib, 93) from him. A leading traditionist, legist and writer. [8]

214. Abu Ghalib Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Sahl al-Nahwi, known as Ibn Bushran (d. 462/1069).

In Ibn al-Maghazili (al-Manaqib) from him. A scholar of known standing.

215. Abu `Umar Yusuf ibn `Abd Allah al-Namari al-Qurtubi known as Ibn `Abd al-Barr (d. 463/1071).

As mentioned by Shah Wali Allah in Izalat al-khifa. One of the leading scholars. [9]

216. Abu Bakr Ahmad ibn `Ali ibn Thabit al-Khatib al-Baghdadi (d. 463/1071).

In his al-Muttafaq wa al-muftaraq from Jabir, as mentioned by al­Badakhshani. One of the great scholars; traditionist and historian. [10]

217. Ibn al-Ghariq Abu al-Husayn ibn al-Muhtadi bi Allah (d. 465/1072).

In Ibn `Asakir (Ta'rikh Dimashq, ii, 45). Tawthiq by al-Khatib and Ibn al-Jawzi. [11]

218. Abu al-Hasan `Abd al-Rahman ibn Muhammad al-Dawudi al-Bushanji (d. 467/1074).

Ibn `Asakir, Mu`jam shuyukhih. A leading scholar (imam). [12]

219. Abu Muhammad Hasan ibn Ahmad ibn Musa al­Ghandajani (d. 467/1074).

In Ibn al-Maghazili (al-Manaqib, 235) from him, from Abu Sa`id al­Khudri. Tawthiq by al-Sam`ani. [13]

220. Abu al-Hasan `Ali ibn Muhammad al-Tayyib al-Jullabi, known as Ibn al­Maghazili (d. 483/1090).

In his al-Manaqib through various chains. A leading scholar.

221. Abu `Abd Allah Muhammad ibn Futuh ibn `Abd Allah ibn Hamid al-'Azdi al-Hamidi (d. 488/1095).

In al-Jam` bayn al-Sahihayn, from Zayd ibn Arqam. Tawthiq by Ibn Khallikan, al-Dhahabi, Ibn Makula, al-Salmasi and al-Safadi. [14]

222. Al­Sayyid Abu aI-Ma`aIi Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn Zayd al­Samarqandi (d. 488/1095).

In `Uyun al-'akhbar.

223. Abu al­Muzaffar Mansur ibn Muhammad aI­Sam`ani (d. 489/1096).

In his al-Risalat al­qawwamiyyah, from Abu Sa`id al-Khudri. A leading scholar of his age. [15]

 

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[1]. Tadhkirat al-huffaz, iii, 93; Wafayat al-'a`yan, iii, 408; al­Mukhtasar, ii, 144; Mir'at al-jinan, iii, 14; al-`Ibar, iii, 91; al­Subhi, Tabaqat al­Shafi`iyyah, iv, 155.

[2]. Tabaqat al­Shafi`iyyah, v, 222.

[3]. Al­`Ibar, iv, 118.

[4]. Tabaqat al­Shafi`iyyah, i, 429; iv, 58; Wafayat al-'a`yan, i, 61; al-`Ibar, iii, 161; Mir'at al-jinan, iii, 46; al­Dawudi, Tabaqat al­mufassirin, i, 65.

[5]. Tadhkirat al­huffaz, iii, 1091; al­Wafi bi al­Wafayat, vii, 81; al­Taj al­mukallal, 31.

[6]. Yatimat al­dahr, iv, 397.

[7]. Al­'Ansab under 'al­Ganjrudi'.

[8]. Tadhkirat al­huffaz, iii, 1132.

[9]. Al-Dhahabi, Siyar a`lam al­nubala', MS.

[10]. Tadhkirat al­huffaz, iii, 1135.

[11]. Ta'rikh Baghdad, iii, 108; al­Muntazam, vii, 283.

[12]. Al­'Ansab under 'al­Dawudi'.

[13]. Al­'Ansab under 'al­Ghandajani'.

[14]. Wafayat al­'a`yan, ii, 410; Tadhkirat al­huffaz, iv, 1218; al­Waffi bi al­Wafayat, iv, 317.

[15]. Wafayat al­'a`yan, ii, 380.

 

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