Sa'id ibn Aws al-Ansari

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Sa'id ibn Aws al-Ansari
Born
Ṣulbīyah al-Khazraj[1]
Died831 [215 A.H.]
Academic work
Main interestspoetry, philology, fiqh (law), etc.
Notable worksṬabaqāt al-Naḥwīyīn wa-al-Lughawīyīn

Abū Zayd Sa’īd ibn Aws al-Anṣārī (أبو زيد سعيد بن أوس الأنصاري; died 830 CE/215 AH) was an Arab linguist and a reputable narrator of hadith.[2] Sibawayh and al-Jāḥiẓ were among his pupils.[2][3][4][5][6] His father was Aws ibn Thabit also a hadith narrator, while his grandfather Thabit ibn Bashir was one of the three scribes who wrote down the Qur'an during Muhammad's era.[2]

He died in Basra, Iraq.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nadīm (al-) 1970, p. 118.
  2. ^ a b c d Sībawayh, ʻAmr ibn ʻUthmān (1988), Hārūn, ʻAbd al-Salām Muḥammad (ed.), Al-Kitāb Kitāb Sībawayh Abī Bishr ʻAmr ibn ʻUthmān ibn Qanbar, Introduction (3rd ed.), Cairo: Maktabat al-Khānjī, pp. 12–13
  3. ^ Khallikān (Ibn), Aḥmad ibn Muḥammad (1843). Wafayāt al-A’yān wa-Anbā’ Abnā’ al-Zamān (The Obituaries of Eminent Men}. I. Translated by McGuckin de Slane, William. Paris: Oriental Translation Fund of Great Britain and Ireland. pp. 570–2.
  4. ^ Yāqūt , Shīhab al-Dīn ibn ‘Abd Allāh al-Ḥamawī (1907), Margoliouth, D. S. (ed.), Irshād al-Arīb alā Ma’rifat al-Adīb (Yāqūt’s Dictionary of Learned Men) (in Arabic), VI, Leiden: Brill, pp. 56–80
  5. ^ Nadīm (al), Abū al-Faraj Muḥammad ibn Isḥāq Abū Ya’qūb al-Warrāq (1970). Dodge, Bayard (ed.). The Fihrist of al-Nadim; a tenth-century survey of Muslim culture. i. New York & London: Columbia University Press. pp. 118–119.
  6. ^ Ziriklī (al-), Khayr al-Dīn (2007). al-Aʻlām, qāmūs tarājim li-ashhar al-rijāl wa-al-nisāʼ min al-ʻArab wa-al-mustaʻribīn wa-al-mustashriqīn (in Arabic). III (17 ed.). Bayrūt: Dār al-ʻIlm lil-Malāyīn. p. 92.