ʻArāʻis al-majālis fī qiṣaṣ al-anbiyā, or: Lives of the prophets, 第 24 巻
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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Aaron Abdallah Abraham Adam al-Hasan al-Khidr Al-SuddT angels Arabic asked became believe birds bring brother brought Buluqiya called camel cave Children of Israel commanded companions created cubits David Day of Resurrection death Dhu l-Qarnayn drink Earth Egypt Elijah entered father fear fire Gabriel Garden gave give God's hand head heard Heaven hoopoe hundred IblTs Ibn Abbas Ibn Ishaq idols Ishaq Ishmael Islam Israelites Jacob Jesus jinn Jonah Joseph Ka'b Ka'b al-Ahbar Ka'bah killed king Korah land Lord Luqman Mecca mercy Messenger of Allah Moses mother mountain Muhammad Munabbih Muqatil Muslim Nebuchadnezzar night Noah parasangs Pharaoh praise prayed prayer Prophet punishment Qatadah Qur'an Quraysh reached replied returned Salih scholars sent servant Shu'ayb Solomon stone story Syria tell Thamud thousand throne told took Torah tree Umar Wahb wife wish woman word worship Yemen Zachariah