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Abu al-Abbas Ahmad ibn Mohammed Ibn al-Wannan (from Fez, died 1773) was a Moroccan poet. His fame was especially based on his poem al-Shamaqmaqiyya, a survey of traditional Arabic culture in which he described the customs of the early Arabs.
- E.J. van Donzel Islamic Desk Reference p. 162, leiden: Brill, 1992 ISBN 90-04-09738-4
- GAL II, 615; suppl. II, 706
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