عرائس المجالس في قصص الأنبياء: Or "Lives of the Prophets"
Ahmad ibn Muhammad Thalabi, Aḥmad ibn Muḥammad Thaʻlabī, Aḥmad ibn Muḥammad ibn Ibrāhīm Abū Isḥāq al-Nīsābūrī al- Ṯaʿlabī, ʻAbd-al-Malik Ibn-Muḥammad at̲- T̲aʻālibī
Brill, 2002 - 772 ページ
These 11th-century tales, written in many different languages and well known throughout the Muslim world, have been read and studied through the years. This is, however, the first complete translation of the Arabic text into English, from the story of the creation of the world to the time just before the coming of the Prophet Muhammad and the revelation of Islam. It includes tales of prophets who are Biblical figures, but also of others not considered prophets in other traditions, and contains tales too like The Thousand and One Nights, with no prophetic content. In the Islamic world, this work has been and is still read and enjoyed, both as a source of religious study and for simple pleasure.
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Abraham Abū According Adam angels answered Arabic asked became become began believe birds bring brother brought Bulūqiyā called carried cave Children of Israel commanded companions continued created David death destroyed Dhū died drink Earth entered face father fear fire fish followed Gabriel gave give given God's hand head heard heart Heaven hundred Ibn Abbās Israelites Jacob Jesus John Joseph killed king land leave light lived looked Lord Mary matter meaning mentioned Messenger of Allah Moses mother mountain Muhammad never night ordered passed Pharaoh praise prayed prayer Prophet punishment raised reached remained replied returned rule scholars sent seven Solomon stone story tell things thousand throne told took tree turned wanted wife wished woman worship Zachariah