Abu Sa'id al-Jannabi

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'Abū-Saʿīd Ḥasan ibn Bahrām Jannābī Arabic: أبو سعيد حسن بن بهرام الجنابي‎) was the founder of the Qarmatian state in Al-Bahrayn, in the late 9th century CE. He was an Arab from Banu Janab, a subtribe of the Banu Kalb.[1][2][3] The exact date of his birth is not known. He was born between 230 AH/845 CE, and 240 AH/855 and died in 300/913 or 301/913-14.[2] In 900, he scored a major victory over an Abbasid army sent to subdue him, led by Al-'Abbas ibn 'Amr al-Ghanawi. He was succeeded by his son Abū-Tāhir Al-Jannābī.

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  1. ^ Encyclopedia Islamica Archived July 10, 2011, at the Wayback Machine. (in Persian)
  2. ^ a b Madelung, Wilferd. "ABŪ SAʿĪD JANNĀBĪ". Encyclopædia Iranica. pp. 380–381.
  3. ^ Halm, Heinz (1996). The empire of the Mahdi: the rise of the Fatimids. Translated by Bonner, Michael. BRILL. p. 30. ISBN 9004100563.