Abu al-Hasan Ahmad Ibn Muhammad Ibn ‘Abdillah Ibn al-Qaasim Ibn Nafi'i Ibn Abi Buzzah (Arabic: أحمد بن محمد بن عبدالله بن القاسم بن نافع بن أبي بزَّة), better known simply as al-Bazzi (170–250AH) (684–864 CE), was an important figure in the transmission of Qira'at, the seven canonical methods of Qur'an reading. He and Qunbul were the primary people responsible for spreading the recitation method of Ibn Kathir al-Makki, which became especially popular among the people of Mecca.
- Theodor Nöldeke, Friedrich Schwally, Gotthelf Bergsträsser and Otto Pretzl. The History of the Qur'an, pg. 530. Ed. Wolfgang H. Behn. Leiden: Brill Publishers, 2013. ISBN 9789004228795
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