Abū Abd-Allah Najm al-Dīn Aḥmad bin Ḥamdān bin Shabīb bin Ḥamdān al-Ḥarrānī al-Ḥanbalī (Arabic: أبو عبد الله نجم الدِّين أحمد بن حمدان بن شبيب بن حمدان الحراني الحنبلي) -commonly known as Ibn Hamdan- was a Hanbalite Muslim scholar and judge (1206-1295). Ibn Hamdan was born and raised in Harran and later in his life went on trips to Damascus, Aleppo and Jerusalem, later settling in Cairo. Ibn Hamdan was appointed judge in Cairo and he lived there until his death in 1295.

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  • أبو عبد الله نجم الدِّين أحمد بن حمدان بن شبيب بن حمدان الحراني الحنبلي (603 هـ - 695 هـ / 1206 - 1295م) المعروف بابن حمدان، فقيه حنبلي وقاضي وأصولي أديب. ولد ونشأ بحران، ورحل إلى حلب ودمشق والقدس، وولي نيابة القضاء في القاهرة، فسكنها وأسنّ وكف بصره وتوفي بها. توفي سنة 695 هـ. (ar)
  • Abū Abd-Allah Najm al-Dīn Aḥmad bin Ḥamdān bin Shabīb bin Ḥamdān al-Ḥarrānī al-Ḥanbalī (Arabic: أبو عبد الله نجم الدِّين أحمد بن حمدان بن شبيب بن حمدان الحراني الحنبلي) -commonly known as Ibn Hamdan- was a Hanbalite Muslim scholar and judge (1206-1295). Ibn Hamdan was born and raised in Harran and later in his life went on trips to Damascus, Aleppo and Jerusalem, later settling in Cairo. Ibn Hamdan was appointed judge in Cairo and he lived there until his death in 1295. Ibn Hamdan was highly skilled in jurisprudence and is considered one of the Imams of the Hanbalite school of jurisprudence. He was also highly knowledgeable in the fields of the Quran, Sunnah, algebra and literature. Ibn Hamdan was also a Mufti and a teacher. (en)
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  • أبو عبد الله نجم الدِّين أحمد بن حمدان بن شبيب بن حمدان الحراني الحنبلي (603 هـ - 695 هـ / 1206 - 1295م) المعروف بابن حمدان، فقيه حنبلي وقاضي وأصولي أديب. ولد ونشأ بحران، ورحل إلى حلب ودمشق والقدس، وولي نيابة القضاء في القاهرة، فسكنها وأسنّ وكف بصره وتوفي بها. توفي سنة 695 هـ. (ar)
  • Abū Abd-Allah Najm al-Dīn Aḥmad bin Ḥamdān bin Shabīb bin Ḥamdān al-Ḥarrānī al-Ḥanbalī (Arabic: أبو عبد الله نجم الدِّين أحمد بن حمدان بن شبيب بن حمدان الحراني الحنبلي) -commonly known as Ibn Hamdan- was a Hanbalite Muslim scholar and judge (1206-1295). Ibn Hamdan was born and raised in Harran and later in his life went on trips to Damascus, Aleppo and Jerusalem, later settling in Cairo. Ibn Hamdan was appointed judge in Cairo and he lived there until his death in 1295. (en)
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  • نجم الدين أحمد بن حمدان (ar)
  • Ibn Hamdan (en)
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