This article lists Muslim scholars of the 1st century AH. During the 1st century AH (622 – 719 CE), Mecca and Medina were the centers of knowledge. The Sahaba were the primary narrators of hadith during this period.

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  • This article lists Muslim scholars of the 1st century AH. During the 1st century AH (622 – 719 CE), Mecca and Medina were the centers of knowledge. The Sahaba were the primary narrators of hadith during this period. (en)
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  • This article lists Muslim scholars of the 1st century AH. During the 1st century AH (622 – 719 CE), Mecca and Medina were the centers of knowledge. The Sahaba were the primary narrators of hadith during this period. (en)
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  • Muslim scholars of the 1st century AH (en)
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