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Who is Abu Tammam?
Abu Tammam was an Abbasid era Arab poet and Muslim convert born to Christian parents.
- also known as حبيب بن أوس بن الحارث الطائي, أبو تمَّام الطائي, أبو همام الطائي, 阿布·塔马姆
- born in (1211 years ago) in Syria
- ethnicity: Arabs
- nationality: Abbasid Caliphate
- profession: Writer, poet
- died in (1171 years ago) in Mosul
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Oriental Translation Fund (1843)
' “ Abu Tammam means to say (in the verse before (i530 IBN KHALLIKAN'S.
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information by Hugh Chrisholm
Abu-l-'ala; Abu-l-'Atahlya; Abuliaraj; Abulieda; Abu-l-Qasim; Abu Nuwas; Abu Tammam; Abu Ubaida; Akhtal ; Alqama Ibn 'Abada; Amru'-uI-Qais. Warden of Camden College, Sydney, N.S.W. ...
by Farhad Daftary
See also ABU TAMMAM, YUSUF B. MUHAMMAD AL-NISABURI; AL-BUSTI, ABU'L-QASIM ISMA'IL B. 125 ...
by Frank Moore Colby, Talcott Williams
The name of a famous anthology of Arabic poetry, collected by Habib ibn Aus al Tai, surnamed Abu Tammam (c.807-846), and divided by him into 10 books. The first book is the longest and deals with the heroes of pre-Islamic times, illustrating ...
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