3rd century AH

3rd century AH is a century in the Islamic calendar that corresponds to 816 – 913 CE.

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*206 AH Muslim ibn al-Hajjaj Fact|date=February 2007
*209 AH Al-Tirmidhi Fact|date=February 2007


*204 AH Muhammad ibn Idris ash-Shafi`i Fact|date=February 2007
*211 AH ‘Abd ar-Razzaq [ [http://www.islamweb.net/ver2/archive/article.php?lang=E&id=55594 IslamWeb ] ]
*212 AH ‘Abdul Maalik ibn ‘Abdul ‘Azeez ibn Abee Salamah al Maajishoon [http://ibnalhyderabadee.wordpress.com/2006/10/07/imaams-of-the-sunnah-vanguards-of-islamic-aqeedah-taabieen-from-the-people-of-madeenah/ imaams of the sunnah] ]
*226 AH Ismaa’eel ibn Abee Uwais
*233 AH Yahya ibn Ma'in [ [http://www.masnet.org/history.asp?id=539 Muslim American Society ] ]
*234 AH Ali ibn al-Madini [http://www.jamiat.org.za/isinfo/tirmidhi04.html]
*241 AH Ahmad ibn Hanbal Fact|date=February 2007
*255 AH Al-Jahiz [ [http://web.mit.edu/CIS/www/mitejmes/issues/200310/br_lane.htm Mit-Ejmes ] ]
*256 AH Muhammad al-Bukhari (night of Eid ul-Fitr) [ [http://www.islamweb.net/ver2/archive/article.php?lang=E&id=39213 IslamWeb ] ]
*261 AH Muslim ibn al-Hajjaj Fact|date=February 2007
*279 AH Al-Tirmidhi (13 Rajab) Fact|date=February 2007
*283 AH Abdul Malik Ibn Habib
*292 AH Ahmad ibn Abu Bakr al-Zuhri
*298 AH Junayd Baghdadi []


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