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By Michael G. Morony

This quantity offers for the 1st time in English Tabari's entire account of the twenty-year lengthy reign of the 5th caliph, Mu'awiyah (661-680). the significance of this account lies partially in Tabari's citation of significant parts of the paintings of prior authors, akin to Abu Mikhnaf and different eighth-century compilers. it's also major simply because Tabari's collection of topics has had a decisive impact on smooth interpretations of this era, really at the id of what the $64000 matters have been within the works of Henri Lammens and Julius Wellhausen. the following you can learn the fascinating account of the Khariji rebel of Mustawrid ibn Ullifah, the awesome yet arguable list of the governorship of Ziyad b. Abihi, the enjoyable escapades of the poet Farazdaq in his formative years, and the tragic tale of Hibn 'Adi. Tabari's presentation of alternative issues of view approximately those and different occasions makes his account an necessary resource for early Islamic historical past.

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The History of al-Ṭabarī, Vol. 18: Between Civil Wars: The Caliphate of Mu‘awiyah A.D. 661-680/A.H. 40-60

This quantity provides for the 1st time in English Tabari's entire account of the twenty-year lengthy reign of the 5th caliph, Mu'awiyah (661-680). the significance of this account lies in part in Tabari's citation of significant parts of the paintings of past authors, akin to Abu Mikhnaf and different eighth-century compilers.

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Al-Hakam90 governor of al-Madinah, and Marwan appointed 'Abdallah b. alHarith b. Nawfal as judge. Khalid b. al-'As b. Hisham was (the governor) in charge of Mecca; al-Mughirah b. Shu'bah was in charge of al-Kufah on his" behalf, while Shurayh91 super87. The Alans were an Iranian people living north of the Caucasus , the ancestors of the modern Ossets . v. Alan. 88. Batriq (p1. batariqah) in Arabic comes from the Latin patricius via the Greek patrikios . In Arabic usage a batriq meant to the Byzantines what a ga'id (general, leader ) meant to the Arabs.

Salim b. " The folk began to praise God for 'Ali's death, may peace be upon him and may God be satisfied with him and not be satisfied with them. Al-Nadr b. Salih (said): Afterwards, during the governorship (imarah) of Mus'ab b. al-Zubayr,99 I asked Salim b. Rabi'ah about what he had said with regard to 'Ali. " We agreed that he had abandoned it. Whenever that was mentioned to him, he was consumed (with regret). Then Hayyan b. Zabyan said to his companions: By God, no one lives forever. Nights and days and years and months will not continue indefinitely for a son of Adam until he tastes death and will part from the virtuous brothers and leave the world over which only weaklings weep, a world which is always harmful for whoever has concern and worry.

162. That is, he died. The Events of the Year 43 39 established and God destroyed the evildoers . In return, God continued to increase the good He bestowed on you in everything and in every circumstance, until the community quarreled among its members. "" Yet another faction said, "We want 'Abdallah b. "165 But you said, "We only want the People of the House, through whom God first gave us dignity," [hoping for] a reward from God to you and a settlement. You thus continued to be in the right, adhering to it, and observing it, until God destroyed by means of you and those whose guidance and views were similar to yours, the faithless at the Battle of the Camel'" and the renegades at the Battle of al -Nahrawan.

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