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Al Tabari (839 CE - 923 CE) is one of the most prominent historians from the Islamic Golden Age, and even one of the greatest historians in history.
The Golden Age of Islam is defined as a time in history when the Islamic world was at the height of its cultural and scientific achievement.
Al Tabari is well known for his historical works and his analysis of the Quran.
He has even been described as an impressively, prolific polymath.
He wrote works on a diverse range of subjects, including world history, poetry, lexicography, grammar, ethics, mathematics, and medicine.
See more below.
The Works of Al Tabari
The Historical Works of al-Tabari (Kalamullah)
More information on Al Tabari
Tabari (Encyclopedia Iranica)
Our Collection of Reports on Islam