Thoma (scholar)

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Thoma (died 1127), also called Habiba of Valencia, was an Arab Andalusian scholar known for writing several authoritative books on grammar and jurisprudence.[1][2] Very little is known about her life.


  1. ^ Knapp, Samuel Lorenzo (1846). Female Biography: Containing Notices of Distinguished Women, in Different Nations and Ages. Philadelphia: Thomas Wardle. p. 474. 
  2. ^ Hale, Sarah Josepha (1855). Woman's Record, Or, Sketches of All Distinguished Women (2nd ed.). New York: Harper & Brothers. p. 146.