Tarikh-E-Baghdad Aw Madinatus Salam
By Abu Bakr Ahmad bin Ali al-Khatib al-Baghdadi
Tahqiq By Mustafa Abdul Qadir 'Ata
Hardback 9872 Pages
24 Volumes Complete In 21 Books
ISBN : 9782745104663
Publisher Dar al-Kotob al-Ilmiyah (DKI)
About The Book
Tarikh Baghdad ("History of Baghdad"), most important work done by Khatib al-Baghdadi. Ostensibly a history of Baghdad, it is more specifically a reference work in narrator-authentication (‘ilm al-rijal) and a valuable compendium of 4,385 hadiths narrated with their full chains, over half of them (2,253) not found in the two books of Sahih and the four Sunan.
In this respect al-Khatib’s rank as an independent narrator is comparable to that of al-Bayhaqi (d. 458), Ibn ‘Abd al-Barr (d. 463), and Ibn ‘Asakir (d. 571).
Concerning al-Khatib’s authentication method in Tarikh Baghdad, al-Sam'ani narrated that he said: "Whenever in the Tarikh I mention a man concerning whom opinions vary in commendation and discreditation, then the preferred position concerning him is placed at the conclusion of his biographical notice."
About The Author
Abu Bakr Ahmad ibn 'Ali ibn Thabit ibn Ahmad ibn Mahdi al-Shafi'i, famous as al-Khatib al-Baghdadi was born in 392 A.H in Hanikiya, a village south of Baghdad.
He was a member of the Hanbali school of Fiqh but moved across to the Shafi'i school Based on his theological opinions.
Ibn Hajr said of Al-Baghdadi admiringly; “Every objective person knows that the scholars of hadiths coming after al-Khatib are indebted to his works".
- Ta'rikh Baghdad : The History of Baghdad
- Al-Kifaya fi ma'rifat usul 'ilm al-riwaya
- Al-Djami' li-akhlak al-rawi wa-adab al-sami Takyid al-'ilm
- Sharaf ashab al-hadith
- Al-Sabik wa 'l-lahik
- Al-Mu'tanif fi takmilat al-Mu'talif wa 'l-mukhtalif
- Al-Muttafik wa 'l-muftarik
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