Nasafi, Auhadeddin (or Ahuadeddin), Al

Nasafi, Auhadeddin (or Ahuadeddin), Al an Arabian doctor, who flourished at Shiraz towards the close of the 13th century. The particulars of his life: are not known. He wrote a curious poem. in seventysix verses, upon the principal dogmas of the Sunnites, or orthodox Mussulmans, under the title Kelamat nesmaha al-Shineh. This poem was published, with a Latin translation, by J. Uri, under the title Carmen Arabicun, vel verba doctoris al Nasafi de religionis sunniticae principiis numero vincta (Oxford, 1770, 4to).

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