Mohammed ibn Amr

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Mohammed ibn Amr al-Ribati or Abu Abdallah Mohammed ibn Mohammed ibn Amr al-Ansari (died 1 October 1827) was a Moroccan poet from Rabat. He initially worked as a kadi in Rabat and, after 1809, as a teacher in Marrakesh. His works include a diwan, a fahrasa and a rihla which have only partially been preserved. His fame rests for a part on al-Amriyya, a kafiyya made in an imitation of the Shamakmakiyya of Ibn al-Wannan.


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