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Ḍiyāʾ al-Dīn Abū al-Saʿādāt Hibatallāh ibn Alī (Arabic: ضياء الدين أبوالسعادات هبة الله بن علي‎) (c. 450–542 AH) (c. 1058–1148 AD) simply known as Ibn al-Shajari (إبن الشجري), was a prominent Arab grammarian, philologist and poet of Arabic. Widely celebrated for his knowledge of pre-Islamic Arabic literature.

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  • Ḍiyāʾ al-Dīn Abū al-Saʿādāt Hibatallāh ibn Alī (Arabic: ضياء الدين أبوالسعادات هبة الله بن علي‎) (c. 450–542 AH) (c. 1058–1148 AD) simply known as Ibn al-Shajari (إبن الشجري), was a prominent Arab grammarian, philologist and poet of Arabic. Widely celebrated for his knowledge of pre-Islamic Arabic literature. (en)
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  • c. 1058 (en)
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  • c. 1148 (en)
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  • Ibn al-Shajari (en)
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  • Kitab al-Amali ; ‘Book of Dictations’ (en)
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  • Ḍiyāʾ al-Dīn Abū al-Saʿādāt Hibatallāh ibn Alī (Arabic: ضياء الدين أبوالسعادات هبة الله بن علي‎) (c. 450–542 AH) (c. 1058–1148 AD) simply known as Ibn al-Shajari (إبن الشجري), was a prominent Arab grammarian, philologist and poet of Arabic. Widely celebrated for his knowledge of pre-Islamic Arabic literature. (en)
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  • Ibn al-Shajari (en)
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