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Abū Jaʿfar Muḥammad ibn Jarīr al-Ṭabarī (– AH; – AD) comes across in these volumes as a fine writer and collector of writings. Collecting all forty volumes of The History of al-Ṭabarī. Completed in by a distinguished group of Arabists and historians of Islam, the. Derniere Revelation (French Edition) By Mohammed Ibn Jarir Al-Tabari. Chronique de Read Online Chronique de Tabari: Histoire des Prophetes et d pdf.


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He was seldom sick before his last decade when he suffered from bouts of pleurisy. When he was ill, he treated himself to the approval of physicians.

He had studied poetry when young and enjoyed writing, reciting and participating in poetic exchanges. It is said that he was asked in Egypt about al-Tirimmah and was able to recite this 7th century poet's work for Egyptians who had merely heard al-Tirimmah's name. Such were considered essential for Qur'anic commentary. He knew Persian and was acquainted with the origins of various foreign loan words in Arabic from a number of other languages.

He died in Baghdad on February 17, His principal and most influential works were: Tarikh al-Rusul wa al-Muluk History of the Prophets and Kings , historical chronicle often referred to Tarikh al-Tabari.

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His legal texts, commentaries and Qur'anic exegesis, and history, produced respectively, were published throughout his lifetime. Biographers stress his reverence for scholarship, objectivity and independent judgement ijtihad. He established his own madhhab, usually designated the Jariri madhhab after his patronymic.

His school failed to endure in the competitive atmosphere of the times. As a youth in Baghdad he had applied to the Hanbalite 's but received a hostile rejection.

It was characterized by strong scripturalist tendencies. He appears, like Dawud al-Zahiri , to restrict consensus historically, defining it as the transmission by many authorities of reports on which the Sahaba agreed unanimously.

Like Dawud al-Zahiri, he also held that consensus must be tied to a text and cannot be based on legal analogy.

Anyone familiar with al-Tabari's chronicle knows what a formidable challenge it poses for a translator, especially for one attempting to make it accessible to an audience that includes non-specialists. There is, first of all, the obstacle of al-Tabari's Arabic prose, which varies greatly in style and complexity according to the source he is using and apparently quoting verbatim. The sections in the McAuliffe translation, drawn mostly from al-Mada'ini and ' Umar ibn Shabba , do not represent the most obscure passages to be found in al-Tabari, but they are nonetheless full of linguistic ambiguities and difficulties for the translator.

This is a universal history from the time of Qur'anic Creation to , and is renowned for its detail and accuracy concerning Muslim and Middle Eastern history.

Tabari's work is one of the major primary sources for historians. They said: "This would take a long time and cannot be completed in one lifetime.

He therefore made it concise and kept it to pages note, this was in reference to the old days when they used ink and hard-paper which was a bit long format today. It took him seven years to finish it from the year until It is said[ by whom? Scholars such as Baghawi and Suyuti used it largely. It was used in compiling the Tafsir ibn Kathir which is often referred to as Mukhtasar Tafsir at-Tabari.

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This was on the traditions transmitted from the Companions of Muhammad. It was not, however, completed.

A persual of Tabari shows that in fact he relied on a variety of historians and other authors such as Abu Mihnaf, Sayf b. Muzahim, al-Mada'ini, 'Urwa b.

Bakkar and so forth, in addition to oral accounts that were circulating at the time. In recounting his history, Tabari used numerous channels to give accounts. These are both channels that are given by the same author in a work, such as for example three different accounts that start with the isnad al-Harita. Second, since al-Azdi was writing in the decades following al-Tabari, his Ta'rikh can say something about the reception of al-Tabari's Ta'rikh among those who immediately followed the great master.

That al-Tabari's history was immensely significant we can all agree; but as to precisely how he became so significant there is no clear consensus. He died in Baghdad on February 17, His principal and most influential works were: Tarikh al-Rusul wa al-Muluk History of the Prophets and Kings , historical chronicle often referred to Tarikh al-Tabari.

His legal texts, commentaries and Qur'anic exegesis, and history, produced respectively, were published throughout his lifetime. Biographers stress his reverence for scholarship, objectivity and independent judgement ijtihad. He established his own madhhab, usually designated the Jariri madhhab after his patronymic.

His school failed to endure in the competitive atmosphere of the times. As a youth in Baghdad he had applied to the Hanbalite 's but received a hostile rejection. It was characterized by strong scripturalist tendencies.

He appears, like Dawud al-Zahiri , to restrict consensus historically, defining it as the transmission by many authorities of reports on which the Sahaba agreed unanimously. Like Dawud al-Zahiri, he also held that consensus must be tied to a text and cannot be based on legal analogy.

Anyone familiar with al-Tabari's chronicle knows what a formidable challenge it poses for a translator, especially for one attempting to make it accessible to an audience that includes non-specialists.

There is, first of all, the obstacle of al-Tabari's Arabic prose, which varies greatly in style and complexity according to the source he is using and apparently quoting verbatim. The sections in the McAuliffe translation, drawn mostly from al-Mada'ini and ' Umar ibn Shabba , do not represent the most obscure passages to be found in al-Tabari, but they are nonetheless full of linguistic ambiguities and difficulties for the translator.

This is a universal history from the time of Qur'anic Creation to , and is renowned for its detail and accuracy concerning Muslim and Middle Eastern history.

Tabari's work is one of the major primary sources for historians. They said: "This would take a long time and cannot be completed in one lifetime.

He therefore made it concise and kept it to pages note, this was in reference to the old days when they used ink and hard-paper which was a bit long format today. It took him seven years to finish it from the year until It is said[ by whom? Scholars such as Baghawi and Suyuti used it largely.

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It was used in compiling the Tafsir ibn Kathir which is often referred to as Mukhtasar Tafsir at-Tabari. This was on the traditions transmitted from the Companions of Muhammad. It was not, however, completed. A persual of Tabari shows that in fact he relied on a variety of historians and other authors such as Abu Mihnaf, Sayf b.

Muzahim, al-Mada'ini, 'Urwa b. Bakkar and so forth, in addition to oral accounts that were circulating at the time. In recounting his history, Tabari used numerous channels to give accounts. These are both channels that are given by the same author in a work, such as for example three different accounts that start with the isnad al-Harita.

Second, since al-Azdi was writing in the decades following al-Tabari, his Ta'rikh can say something about the reception of al-Tabari's Ta'rikh among those who immediately followed the great master.

That al-Tabari's history was immensely significant we can all agree; but as to precisely how he became so significant there is no clear consensus.

This might suggest that al-Tabari considered kitab merely as a metaphor for Allah's knowledge.

However, from al-Tabari's comments elsewhere on Allah's knowledge it is quite evident that he is not speaking metaphorically. For example, in However, it may be doubted that al-Mahdi at the time shared the reporter's subsequent knowledge of his imminent demise there, and none of the other reported circumstances of his death suggest that he was in a hurry to go anywhere.

On the contrary, the sources in general make it clear that he had gone to Masabadhan for recreation, and they occasionally say so explicitly. Al-Tabari does say explicitly that envoys were sent to the provinces, where they obtained the oath of allegiance not only to al-Hadi as caliph but also to Harun as heir apparent wali l-'ahd Among Tabari's students was Ibn al-Mughallis , who was also a student of Tabari's own teacher Muhammad bin Dawud al-Zahiri ; Ibn al-Mughallis lavished Tabari with almost excessive praise.

Tabari was known for his view that Hanbalism was not a legitimate school of thought, as Ibn Hanbal was a compiler of traditions and not a proper jurist. He left home to study in AH [7] —AD when he was twelve.

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However, from al-Tabari's comments elsewhere on Allah's knowledge it is quite evident that he is not speaking metaphorically. A persual of Tabari shows that in fact he relied on a variety of historians and other authors such as Abu Mihnaf, Sayf b. He established his own madhhab, usually designated the Jariri madhhab after his patronymic.

He died in Baghdad on February 17,

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