Sharh al-Mu'allaqat al-'Ashr (SC) شرح المعلقات العشر المذهبات

By: Shinqiti, Ahmad ibn al-Amin


Language: Arabic


Explanation of the Ten Mu'allaqat (Pendants) and the News of the Poets, by Ahmad ibn al-Amin al-Shinqiti. The Ten Mu'allaqat collection is considered to be the best of pre-Islamic Arabic poetry.

شرح المعلقات العشر المذهبات وأخبار شعرائها

Sharḥ al-Muʻallaqāt al-ʻashr wa-akhbār shuʻarāʼihā

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Product Details
Pages: 176 pp, lightly tinted and bordered
Publisher:Dar al-Kitab al-Arabi, Beirut, 2006
Dimensions:17 x 24 cm
Topic:Classical Arabic Poetry - Pre-Islam

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The poets include the seven commonly recognized, Imru-ul Qays, Tarfah bin al-‘Abd, Zuhayr bin Abi Salmaa, Labeed bin Rabee’ah, ‘Amr bin Kulthum, ‘Antarah bin Shaddad and Al-Harith bin Halza. Some of the narrations also added another three names to this elite group: Al-Naabiga al-Dhubyani, Al-‘A’asha and ‘Ubayd bin al Abras al-Asadi, to come to the ten.
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