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Tabari

/ təˈbɑːrɪ /

noun

  1. TabariMuhammad ibn Jarir al-838923MArabMISC: scholar 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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Many of them are of Moslem origin, and the great Arabian historian Tabari has related some of them.

He is said to have built many great fire-temples, with large gardens and villages (Tabari).

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.

But Ephraim broke in: "If you care for speed and wise feet beneath you, Tabari herself is there."

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