Hammam ibn Munabbih

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Hammam ibn Munabbih
Died 101 AH/719 CE[1]
Era Medieval era

Hammam ibn Munabbih (Arabic: همام بن منبه‎) (d. 101/719) was an Islamic scholar, from among the Tabi‘in and one of the narrators of hadith.

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He was the son of Munabbih ibn Kamil, and Wahb ibn Munabbih was his brother. His main student was Ma'mar b. Rashid who transmitted Hammad's material to Abd al-Razaq al-San'ani and Abdullah b. al-Mubarak among others.

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  1. ^ Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani, Taqrib al-Tahdhib
  2. ^ Are There Any Early Hadiths?