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Yahya ibn Ma'in

Yaḥyā ibn Maʻīn (Arabic: يحيى بن معين) (774-847), was a great classical Islamic scholar in the field of hadith[10] of Persian origin.[11] He was a close friend of Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal. Ibn Ma'in is known to have spent all of his inheritance on seeking ḥadīths to the extent he became extremely needy.

Yaḥyā ibn Maʻīn
يحيى بن معين
Title
  • Malik al-Huffazh (the king of the memorizers of hadith)
  • Shaykh al-Muhadditsin (the teacher of the hadith experts)
Personal
Born774[1]
Died847 (aged 72–73)[5][6]
ReligionIslam
EraIslamic golden age
RegionAbbasid Caliphate
JurisprudenceHanafi[3][4]
CreedAthari[7]
Main interest(s)
Known for
List
Muslim leader

Biography

Professional life

He was born in 158 (A.D.) in the caliphate of Abu Jaafar, originally from the Nabataeans of Iraq from Anbar and brought up in Baghdad. He is the oldest of the great group, which are Ali bin Al-Madini, Ahmed bin Hanbal, Ishaq bin Rahwayh, Abu Bakr bin Abi Shaybah, and Abu Khaithama; they used to behave with him, and they recognized for him. It was an imam kept senior imams of his time, and was a close friend of a number of senior Imams such as Imam Ahmed bin Hanbal. Imam Council was required by Ahmad and his neighbor, and schooled in his hands until nhl of his knowledge, as it was Zahida and Ora honest confidence versed in the science of menMany were asking him to be one of his disciples. He was a close friend of Ahmad ibn Hanbal and is often quoted regarding Ilm ar-Rijal.[12] Alongside Ibn Hanbal, Ali ibn al-Madini and Ibn Abi Shaybah, Ibn Ma'in has been considered by many Muslim specialists in hadith to be one of the four most significant authors in the field.[13]

Academic career

Yahya sought knowledge by means of various journeys which he made so rigorously that after the passing of his father, he spent all of his 1,050,000 inherited dirhams on seeking ḥadīth to the extent that nothing remained - not even enough purchase a pair of shoes.[14] His journey of seeking knowledge of hadith and Islamic rulings caused him to travel to Basrah, Bagdād, Harān, Dimasq, al-Rasāfah, al-Ray, Sanʿā’, Kufā, Egypt and Mecca[15] His works were not limited to mere approbations and disapprobation of narrators albeit being a master of his science, or narrating of aḥādīth;[16] rather, he progressed forward as an author writing many books, although many are no longer extant,[17] despite his formally writing as an author from the age of twenty.[18] Of the books available today are; Ma’rifatul al-Rijāl,[19] Yaḥyā bin Maʿīn wa Kitābuhu ‘l-Tārīkh and a small treatise titled ‘Min Kalām Abī Zakariyyā Yaḥyā bin Maʿīn fi ‘l-Rijāl’.

His teachers included Abdullah Ibn al-Mubārak, Ismāʿīl ibn ʿIyāsh, ‘Abād ibn ‘Abād, Sufyān ibn ʿUyainah, Gundur, Abū Muʿāwiyyah, Ḥātim ibn Ismāʿīl, Ḥafṣ ibn Giyāth, Jarīr ibn ʿAbdul-Ḥamīd, ‘Abd ur-Ruzzāq Sanani, Wakī’ and many others from Irāq, Ḥijāz, Jazīrah, Shām and Miṣr.[20]

His famous students included Aḥmad bin Ḥanbal, Muḥammad bin Sʿad, Abū Khaithamah, al-Bukhārī, Muslim, Abū Dāwūd, ʿAbbās al-Dawrī, Abū Ḥātim and many more.[21]

References

  1. ^ "مناهج أئمة الجرح والتعديل". Ibnamin.com. Retrieved 2010-04-10.
  2. ^ Tahdhib al-Tahdhib
  3. ^ Soroni, Mohd Khafidz. "Sumbangan Ulama Mazhab Hanafi dalam Pembukuan ‘Ulum Al-Hadith." HADIS 8.16 (2018): 40-62.
  4. ^ Abasoomar, Muhammad; Abasoomar, Haroon. "The Great Hanafi Muhaddithun". Hadith Answers.
  5. ^ "Muslim American Society". Masnet.org. 2003-10-09. Retrieved 2010-04-10.
  6. ^ "USC-MSA Compendium of Muslim Texts". Usc.edu. Retrieved 2010-04-10.
  7. ^ Melchert, Christopher (1997). The Formation of the Sunni Schools of Law, 9th-10th Centuries C.E. Koninklijke Brill, Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill Publishers. pp. 7, 165. ISBN 90-04-10952-8.
  8. ^ "IslamWeb". IslamWeb. Retrieved 2010-04-10.
  9. ^ Al-Bastawī, ʻAbd al-ʻAlīm ʻAbd al-ʻAẓīm (1990). Al-Imām al-Jūzajānī wa-manhajuhu fi al-jarḥ wa-al-taʻdīl. Maktabat Dār al-Ṭaḥāwī. p. 9.
  10. ^ "Mengenal Yahya Bin Ma'in, Ahli Hadis yang Wafat Ditemani Ribuan Kitab". Arrahmah.com (in Indonesian). 2021-08-20. Retrieved 2021-09-21.
  11. ^ Frye, R.N., ed. (1975). The Cambridge history of Iran (Repr. ed.). London: Cambridge U.P. p. 471. ISBN 978-0-521-20093-6.
  12. ^ "Rijal: narrators of the Muwatta of Imam Muhammad". Bogvaerker.dk. 2005-01-08. Retrieved 2010-04-10.
  13. ^ Ibn al-Jawzi, The Life of Ibn Hanbal, pg. 45. Trns. Michael Cooperson. New York: New York University Press, 2016. ISBN 9781479805303
  14. ^ Maʿrifatul ‘l-Rijāl, Vol 1, pg. 5. Tārīkh Bagdād, Vol 16, pg. 265
  15. ^ Maʿrifatul al-Rijāl, Vol 1, pg. 7 – 8.
  16. ^ Maʿrifatul ‘l-Rijāl, Vol 1, pg. 16
  17. ^ Maʿrifatul ‘l-Rijāl, Vol 1, pg. 6
  18. ^ Siyar Aʿlām al-Nubalā’, Vol 11, pg. 77
  19. ^ Ma’rifatul ‘l-Rijāl, Vol 1, pg. 16
  20. ^ Siyar Aʿlām al-Nubalā’, Vol 11, pg. 72. Al-Kamāl fī Asmā' al-Rijāl, Vol. 31, pg. 544 – 546
  21. ^ Tārīkh Bagdād, Vol 16, pg. 263. Siyar Aʿlām al-Nubalā’, Vol 11, pg. 72. Tahzīb Al-Kamāl fī Asmā' al-Rijāl, Vol. 31, pg. 546

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Yaḥya ibn Maʻin Arabic يحيى بن معين 774 847 was a great classical Islamic scholar in the field of hadith 10 of Persian origin 11 He was a close friend of Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal Ibn Ma in is known to have spent all of his inheritance on seeking ḥadiths to the extent he became extremely needy Yaḥya ibn Maʻinيحيى بن معينTitleMalik al Huffazh the king of the memorizers of hadith Shaykh al Muhadditsin the teacher of the hadith experts PersonalBorn774 1 Baghdad 2 Abbasid CaliphateDied847 aged 72 73 5 6 Baghdad Abbasid CaliphateReligionIslamEraIslamic golden ageRegionAbbasid CaliphateJurisprudenceHanafi 3 4 CreedAthari 7 Main interest s HadithJurisprudenceKnown forList Student s Ahmad ibn HanbalMuhammad al BukhariMuslim ibn al HajjajAbu Dawud al SijistaniMuslim leaderInfluenced by Abu Ḥanifah Abdullah ibn al MubarakInfluenced Ahmad ibn Hanbal Muhammad al Bukhari 8 Dawud al Zahiri Ibrahim ibn Ya qub al Juzajani 9 Contents 1 Biography 1 1 Professional life 1 2 Academic career 2 References 3 External linksBiography EditProfessional life Edit He was born in 158 A D in the caliphate of Abu Jaafar originally from the Nabataeans of Iraq from Anbar and brought up in Baghdad He is the oldest of the great group which are Ali bin Al Madini Ahmed bin Hanbal Ishaq bin Rahwayh Abu Bakr bin Abi Shaybah and Abu Khaithama they used to behave with him and they recognized for him It was an imam kept senior imams of his time and was a close friend of a number of senior Imams such as Imam Ahmed bin Hanbal Imam Council was required by Ahmad and his neighbor and schooled in his hands until nhl of his knowledge as it was Zahida and Ora honest confidence versed in the science of menMany were asking him to be one of his disciples He was a close friend of Ahmad ibn Hanbal and is often quoted regarding Ilm ar Rijal 12 Alongside Ibn Hanbal Ali ibn al Madini and Ibn Abi Shaybah Ibn Ma in has been considered by many Muslim specialists in hadith to be one of the four most significant authors in the field 13 Academic career Edit Yahya sought knowledge by means of various journeys which he made so rigorously that after the passing of his father he spent all of his 1 050 000 inherited dirhams on seeking ḥadith to the extent that nothing remained not even enough purchase a pair of shoes 14 His journey of seeking knowledge of hadith and Islamic rulings caused him to travel to Basrah Bagdad Haran Dimasq al Rasafah al Ray Sanʿa Kufa Egypt and Mecca 15 His works were not limited to mere approbations and disapprobation of narrators albeit being a master of his science or narrating of aḥadith 16 rather he progressed forward as an author writing many books although many are no longer extant 17 despite his formally writing as an author from the age of twenty 18 Of the books available today are Ma rifatul al Rijal 19 Yaḥya bin Maʿin wa Kitabuhu l Tarikh and a small treatise titled Min Kalam Abi Zakariyya Yaḥya bin Maʿin fi l Rijal His teachers included Abdullah Ibn al Mubarak Ismaʿil ibn ʿIyash Abad ibn Abad Sufyan ibn ʿUyainah Gundur Abu Muʿawiyyah Ḥatim ibn Ismaʿil Ḥafṣ ibn Giyath Jarir ibn ʿAbdul Ḥamid Abd ur Ruzzaq Sanani Waki and many others from Iraq Ḥijaz Jazirah Sham and Miṣr 20 His famous students included Aḥmad bin Ḥanbal Muḥammad bin Sʿad Abu Khaithamah al Bukhari Muslim Abu Dawud ʿAbbas al Dawri Abu Ḥatim and many more 21 References Edit مناهج أئمة الجرح والتعديل Ibnamin com Retrieved 2010 04 10 Tahdhib al Tahdhib Soroni Mohd Khafidz Sumbangan Ulama Mazhab Hanafi dalam Pembukuan Ulum Al Hadith HADIS 8 16 2018 40 62 Abasoomar Muhammad Abasoomar Haroon The Great Hanafi Muhaddithun Hadith Answers Muslim American Society Masnet org 2003 10 09 Retrieved 2010 04 10 USC MSA Compendium of Muslim Texts Usc edu Retrieved 2010 04 10 Melchert Christopher 1997 The Formation of the Sunni Schools of Law 9th 10th Centuries C E Koninklijke Brill Leiden The Netherlands Brill Publishers pp 7 165 ISBN 90 04 10952 8 IslamWeb IslamWeb Retrieved 2010 04 10 Al Bastawi ʻAbd al ʻAlim ʻAbd al ʻAẓim 1990 Al Imam al Juzajani wa manhajuhu fi al jarḥ wa al taʻdil Maktabat Dar al Ṭaḥawi p 9 Mengenal Yahya Bin Ma in Ahli Hadis yang Wafat Ditemani Ribuan Kitab Arrahmah com in Indonesian 2021 08 20 Retrieved 2021 09 21 Frye R N ed 1975 The Cambridge history of Iran Repr ed London Cambridge U P p 471 ISBN 978 0 521 20093 6 Rijal narrators of the Muwatta of Imam Muhammad Bogvaerker dk 2005 01 08 Retrieved 2010 04 10 Ibn al Jawzi The Life of Ibn Hanbal pg 45 Trns Michael Cooperson New York New York University Press 2016 ISBN 9781479805303 Maʿrifatul l Rijal Vol 1 pg 5 Tarikh Bagdad Vol 16 pg 265 Maʿrifatul al Rijal Vol 1 pg 7 8 Maʿrifatul l Rijal Vol 1 pg 16 Maʿrifatul l Rijal Vol 1 pg 6 Siyar Aʿlam al Nubala Vol 11 pg 77 Ma rifatul l Rijal Vol 1 pg 16 Siyar Aʿlam al Nubala Vol 11 pg 72 Al Kamal fi Asma al Rijal Vol 31 pg 544 546 Tarikh Bagdad Vol 16 pg 263 Siyar Aʿlam al Nubala Vol 11 pg 72 Tahzib Al Kamal fi Asma al Rijal Vol 31 pg 546External links EditYahya ibn Ma in 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