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Ma'na al-Labib 'An Kutub al-A'arib.
1859 - approximately 450 pp., neatly hand written Arabic text, 23 lines to the page, many words and headings written or underlined in red, minor worm holes on endpaper, contemporary stamped full calf with flap, copy inscribed by Abdul Basit ibn al-Shaykh ‘Ali al-Fakhuri al-Shafi’i al-Bayruti, 1276 A. H. / 1859. Ibn Hisham al-Ansari (1309-1360), a leading Egyptian grammarian. Imam Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani mentioned in his book "al-Durar al-Kamina" that al-Ansari learned from all the great scholars of his time such as Taj al-Tabrizi, Taj al-Fakhani, Shuhab ibn Marhal and Ibn Jama’ah. He quickly became famous for his works in the science of Arabic grammar, such as: - Mughni al-Labib ‘an Kutub al-’A’arib. (This work). - Awdah al-Masalik ila al-Fiyyat ibn Malik. - Sharh al-Burda. - Qutr al Nada wa ball al-Sada and Sharh Chuzur al-Zahab. He wrote 28 titles or woks about Nahw, Sarf and Lugha, all about the science of Arabic Grammar. Imam Ibn Hajar al-’Asqalani quotes ibn Khaldun saying: "Everywhere we went in Morocco we would hear that there has come from Egypt an unparalleled scholar in the science of Arabic Grammar, not even matched by Sibawayh". Size: 4to [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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