Mudawwana al-Kubra 1/6 المدونة الكبرى. By: Imam Malik (93/ – /). Share. Mudawwana al-Kubra 1/6 المدونة الكبرى. Item # US$ Mudawwana Al-Kubra By Muhammad Ibn Sa’id Ibn Habib (Sahnun) Followed By Muqadimmat Ibn Rushd Arabic Only Editor (Muhaqqiq): Al-Sheikh Zakariyya. Get this from a library! Al-mudawwana al-kubrā lil-imām Mālik Ibn-Anas al- Aṣbaḥī, riwājat al-imām Saḥnūn [ʻAbd-as-Salām] Ibn-Saʻīd at-Tanūhī ʻan al- imām.

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Sahnun died in Rajab of AH.

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Muslim scholars of the Maliki School. Results will demonstrate that the text of the Mudawwana has undergone three primary periods of development: Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item The name field is required. The E-mail message field is required. The Encyclopedia of Islam states:. In his youth Sahnun studied under the scholars of Qayrawan and Tunis.

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The influences of these various roles have developed the text further, therefore distancing it from the intentions of the creator of the original text.

Discrepancies muddawwana variances amongst the manuscripts and modern editions, along with insights gleaned from the commentaries will yield a formative process in the development of the text over a period of centuries. This page was last edited on 6 Decemberat Reviews User-contributed reviews Add a review and share la thoughts with other readers.


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It is referred to as “al Umm”, or “the Mother”, of the Maliki school. The various roles in the creation of the text will be examined including author, writer, scribe, student, transmitter and editor. Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours.

The text will be examined in the areas of structure, content and presentation. He gained the nickname ‘Sahnun’ a type of sharp bird because of his quickness of mind. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: Your rating has been recorded.

The Formation of the Mudawwana

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The roles and personalities have impacted its development in content, structure and presentation, with the latter two having been more significantly affected during its classical and renaissance stages.

Sahnun’s revision and transmission of the Mudawwana was the major factor in the spread of the Maliki school across the West of the Muslim world.