Mohammed al-Abdari al-Hihi

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Abu Abdallah Mohammed ibn Mohammed ibn Ali ibn Ahmed ibn Masoud ibn Hajj al-Abdari al-Hihi (fl. ca. 1289) was a Moroccan travel writer. He was born in the Haha tribe or region in the south of Morocco. He is the author of The Moroccan Journey (Al-Rihlah al-magribiyyah), an account of his journey to Mecca in 1289, originally entitled Rihlat al-Abdari (al-Abdari's Journey). It was published by the Ministry of Education (ed. Muhammad al-Fasi, Rabat, 1968).)[1]

(He is not to be confused with Mohammed ibn Hajj al-Abdari al-Fasi or Mohammed Ibn Mohammed ibn Mohammed Abu Abdallah Ibn al-Hajj al-Abdari al-Qayrawani al-Fasi al-Tilamsi, ca. 1258 - 1336), the author of Madkhal Ash-Shara Ash-Shareef Ala Al-Mathahib, or "Introduction to Islamic Jurisprudence According to Schools of Thought".)

References

  1. ^ Sadik Rddad, (on al-Hihi) Al-Abdari: The Disgruntled Traveller, in: Tabish Khair, Other Routes: 1500 Years of African and Asian Travel Writing, 2006, p. 281
  • Abdari, Muhammad ibn Muhammad. Rihlat al-'Abdari / ta'lif Abi 'Abd Allah Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn 'Ali ibn Ahmad ibn Sa'ud al-'Abdari ; haqqaqaha wa-qaddama la-ha 'Ali Ibrahim Kurdi ; qaddama la-ha Shakir al-Fahham. al-Tab'ah, Damascus : Dar Sa'd al-Din, 1999. (editor's MA thesis)

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For a biography see [1] (retrieved September 11, 2008) N.B. This site mistakenly assumes that the two authors are the same.


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