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Ibn Shuayb (Arabic: ابن شعيب) or Abu l-`Abbas Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Shuayb al-Kirjani (born in Taza, Morocco, died in Tunis on 1 March 1349) was a Moroccan scholar in medicine, alchemy, botany, astronomy, mathematics, a renowned poet and chancellor of the Marinid sultan Abu al Hassan. He is the author of both prose and poetry.
- F. N. Velázquez Basanta, article on Ibn Shuayb, volume 5 of Biblioteca de Al-Andalus  Fundación IBN, Lugar y Fecha Edición: Almería VOL. 5; ISBN 978-84-934026-5-5
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