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Ibn Hishām, ʻAbd al-Malik, -834

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Personal name headingIbn Hishām, ʻAbd al-Malik, -834
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Variant(s)ʻAbd al-Malik ibn Hishām, -834
Abū Muḥammad ʻAbd al-Malik ibn Hishām al-Muʻāfirī al-Ḥimyarī al-Baṣrī, -834
Ibn Hishām, ʻAbd al-Malik, d. 834
أبو محمد عبد الملك بن هشام
إبن هشام، عبد الملك
ابن هشام
ابن هشام، عبد المالك، -834
ابن هشام، عبد الملك، -٨٣٤
ابن هشام، عبد الملك، -834
ابن هشام، عبد الملک
عبد الملك بن هشام
Associated countryEgypt
Death date0834
Place of birthBasr, Iraq
Place of deathEgypt
Field of activityHistory Grammar Genealogy
Profession or occupationHistorian Grammarian
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inBrönnle, P. Monuments of Arabic philology ... 1911-
Suhaylī, ʻA. al-R. b.ʻA.A. al-Rawḍ al-unuf, 1977: t.p. (Abū Muḥammad ʻAbd al-Malik ibn Hishām al-Muʻāfirī al-Ḥimyarī al-Baṣrī)
Encyclopaedia of Islam, second edition, viewed via the WWW January 11, 2013 (Ibn Hishām, family from Basr, Iraq, moved to Egypt where he was born and spent his life; knowledge of genealogy and grammar was oustanding; died in Egypt; scholar best known for his edition of the Sira (Life of Muḥammad) of Ibn Isḥāk.)
Wikipedia, viewed January 11, 2013: (Ibn Hishām; edited the biography of Muhammad written by Ibn Ishaq; grew up in Basr, Iraq, but moved afterwards to Egypt, where he gained a name as a grammarian and student of language and history.)
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