eBook Diwan Labid ibn Rabiʻa al ʻAmri. Akhbar ʻAyasha bint Talha from the Kitab al Aga̲ni. Dhikra al Wasa̲na from the Yatima al dahr (An Arab translation series) download
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Author: Labīd ibn Rabīʻah
Publisher: William Penn College (1976)
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Abū Muhammad ʿAbd Allāh Rūzbih ibn Dādūya (Arabic: ابو محمد عبدالله روزبه ابن دادويه), born Rōzbih pūr-i Dādōē (Persian: روزبه پور دادویه), more commonly known as Ibn al-Muqaffaʿ.
Ibn al-Muqaffa, though a resident of Basra, was originally from the town of Goor (or Gur, Firuzabad, Fars) in the Iranian province of Fars and was born to a family of local notables.
Four Poems from Ibn al-& Tarjuman al-Ashwaq, Translations.
Umara bin Abi al-Hasan al-Yamani.
al-Kitab al-asasi: fi ta‘lim al-lugha al-‘arabiya li-ghayr al-natiqin biha.
This book became known by the name of Kitab ‘Ibar.
Secondly, Kitab al-’Ibar wa Diwan al- mubtada’wa al-Khabar fi Ayyam al-’Arab al- ’Ajam wa al-Barbar man Asharuhum min dzawi as-Sulthani al-’Akbar 30 (Book of Lessons and History Archive of Period Beginning and the End Times that include Political Events Regarding the Arabs, non-Arabs and Berbers, and Kings During the Great with Them). This book became known by the name of Kitab ‘Ibar.
It also contains a great deal of information about Syriac and Syriac translations into Arabic as well as those who did the translating. Ed. Gustav Flugel, 2 vols.