The Cited Tales of the Wondrous Doings of the Shaykhs of the Holy Land: a collection of anecdotes about the shaykhs of the Nablus area prior to the mass immigration of Hanbalis to Damascus. Diya al-Din collected the stories from his older relatives who had also lived there.
Al-Āhādith al-Jiyād al-Mukhtārah min mā laysa fī Ṣaḥīḥain: a collection of hadith arranged by the name of the Companion narrating each hadith, in alphabetical order. He was unable to complete it. He intended to include only authentic hadith a goal which, to a large extent, he accomplished.
^Daniella Talmon-Heller, “The Cited Tales of the Wondrous Doings of the Shaykhs of the Holy Land by Diya’ al-Din Abu ‘Abd Allah Muhammad b. Abd al-Wahid al-Maqdisi (569/1173-643/1245): text, translation, and commentary." Crusades 1 (2002), pp. 111–113.
^Duwal al-Islam, by al-Dhahabi, vol. 2, pg. 159, Dar al-Sadir, Beirut.