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.


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?