Ahmad bin Muhammad al-Barmaki al-Irbili ash-Shafii

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Ahmad bin Muhammad al-Barmaki al-Irbili ash-Shafii:

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or Ahmad bin Muhammad al-Barmaki al-Irbili ash-Shafii,
1211–82, Arabic biographer, b. in Erbil, Iraq. Ibn Khallikan lived and served as a judge and scholar in Mamluk Egypt and Syria.
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Throughout its long history, the Madrasa was a destination for great Arab scholars, historians and writers of ancient and modern times such as Ibn Khaldun, Abu Shama, Ibn Khallikan, Ahmed Shawqi , Khalil Mutran, Hafez Ibrahim, Mohammed Kurd Ali, Omar Abu Risha and Shafiq Jabri and others.
(109) Purporting to quote this passage verbatim, Ibn Khallikan (d.
The historian Ibn Khallikan tells us that the emperor brought back many manuscripts on the return trip.
On the other hand, Ibn Khallikan reports that Shy1/2'ite tendencies belonged not to him but rather to his murids, who took refuge in his tekke at Suluca Kara Oyuk in KyrE-ehir after the Babai Revolt.
He produced many works on every branch of science (Ibn Khallikan, 1943; Huart, n.d.).
(69.) Ibn Khallikan, Wafayat al-a'yan wa-anba' abna' al-zaman, ed.
In 1936, he and Aziz Salim opened an art show on the balcony of the Ibn Khallikan school in Erbil.
[14] Runciman, with copious citations, has combined Christian and Muslim authorities including Maqrizi, Abu 'I Feda, Abu Shama, Ibn Khallikan, Joinville and Matthew Paris.
Muhammad Ibn Khallikan, Wafayat al-a'yan wa-anba' abna' al-zaman, ed.
These Kurdish authors, thinkers, and scientists who wrote in foreign languages rather than Kurdish include Ibn Khallikan (an Islamic sociologist in the 13th century); Ibn Sirin (the first Muslim scientist who interpreted the psychology of dreams centuries before Sigmund Freud); Ahmed Shawqi (who pioneered the modern Egyptian literary movement and was named the Prince of Poets); Qassim Amin (the first cultural man in the East who defended women's rights); Nezami Ganjavi (a famous Iranian epic poet of centuries ago); Yashar Kamal (a famous novelist in Turkey); Yilmaz Guney (a Turkish film producer and director); and Salim Barakat (a great Syrian author).