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Al-Nawawí, Mu<yi al-Dín Ya<yá b. Sharaf al-Dín b. \asan, Abú Zakariyyá al-Sháfi`í
(d. 676 AH/1277 CE)

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Al-Nawawí, Mu<yi al-Dín Ya<yá b. Sharaf al-Dín b. \asan, Abú Zakariyyá al-Sháfi`í
(d. 676 AH/1277 CE)
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[Glossary of Islamic Terms, Aisha Abdurrahman al-Tarjumanah Bewley, London: Ta-Ha Publishers, 1418/1998, pp. 109-110 ]

Ya<yá ibn Sharaf, Abú Zakariyyá, born in the village of Nawa on the Horan Plain of southern Syria in 631/1233. He was the Imám of the later Sháfi`ites and wrote many books: Minháj al-^álibín, Kitáb al-Adhkár, Riyá_ al-@áli<ín and other books. He lived very simply. After twenty-seven years in Damascus, he returned home and died at the age of 44 in 676/1277.


[^abaqát al-\uffáz, al-Suyú>í, Jalál al-Dín `Abd al-Rá<mán b. Kamál al-Dín Abí Bakr, al-Sháfi`í, Cairo (?): Maktabah Wahbah, , p. 510 (or check index) ]

Ya<yá ibn Sharaf, Abú Zakariyyá, born in the village of Nawa on the Horan Plain of southern Syria in 631/1233. He was the Imám of the later Sháfi`ites and wrote many books: Minháj al-^álibín, Kitáb al-Adhkár, Riyá_ al-@áli<ín and other books. He lived very simply. After twenty-seven years in Damascus, he returned home and died at the age of 44 in 676/1277.


[al-Ghadír fí al-kitáb wa'l-sunnah wa'l-adab, al-Amíní, `Abd al-\usayn A<mad al-Tabrízí al-Najafí, Beirut: Mu'assasat al-A`lamí (11 vols), 1414 AH/1994 CE, vol. 1, p. 157 ]

Ya<yá ibn Sharaf, Abú Zakariyyá, born in the village of Nawa on the Horan Plain of southern Syria in 631/1233. He was the Imám of the later Sháfi`ites and wrote many books: Minháj al-^álibín, Kitáb al-Adhkár, Riyá_ al-@áli<ín and other books. He lived very simply. After twenty-seven years in Damascus, he returned home and died at the age of 44 in 676/1277.

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