- Muhammad ibn Jarir al-. 838–923 ad, Arab scholar, whose works include a history of the world from the Creation to 915 ad and a commentary on the Koran
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Sir W. Muir is not justified in copying these stories from Tabari.A Critical Exposition of the Popular 'Jihd'
Moulavi Gergh Ali
The miraculous virtue ascribed to menstruous blood is well illustrated in a story told by the Arab chronicler Tabari.Balder The Beautiful, Vol. I.
Sir James George Frazer
According to Tabari, he actually slew the Ephthalite monarch, ravaged his territory, and pillaged his treasures.
He also quotes from the Chronicle of Tabari a story of a princess who was made to bleed by a rose-leaf lying in her bed.The Kath Sarit Sgara
But Ephraim broke in: "If you care for speed and wise feet beneath you, Tabari herself is there."The Garden of Eden