c. 570: Birth of Muḥammad in
1/622: The Hijra: Muḥammad Emigrates
to Medina (Islamic Calendar
11/630: Conquest of Mecca
13/632: Muḥammad dies in
13-41/632-661 Guided Caliphates
41-132/661-750 Umayyad Caliphate
132-656 /750-1258 Abbasid
/756-1031 Umayyad emirate in Andalusia
/910-1171: Faṭimid Caliphate in Egypt.
110/ al-Hasan al-Basari (Scholar)
dies in Baghdad.
150/760 Abu Ḥanifah (Jurist) dies
in Baghdad. See J.
Schacht, Abu Ḥanifah al-Numan' in EI (2nd ed.), vol. 1, pp. 123-4.
Malik ibn Anas
(Jurist) dies in Medina. (b. 93/714).
(Jurist) dies in Egypt.
(b. 150/767) see E. Chaumont, 'al-Shafii' in EI (2nd ed.), vol. 9,
Ibn Hanbal (Traditionist) dies in Baghdad. (b.)
256/873 al-Kindi dies in Baghdad.
298/ al-Junyad (Sufi) dies in
324/935 al-'Asha`ri dies in
Baghdad. (b. 260/873/4)
334/946 Abu Bakr
al-Shibli dies. (b. 247/861)
339/950 al-Farabi dies in
403/1013 Abu bakr al-Baqlani
dies in Baghdad.
Avicenna dies in
Hamadan. (b. 370/980 ) see M. Mahdi, D. Gutas, et al., "Avicenna"
in EncIr, volume 3, pp. 66-110; A.-M. Goichon, "Ibn Sina" in EI (2nd
ed.), volume 3, pp. 941-947.
440/1049 Abi Said ibn Abi
al-Khayr dies, see H. Ritter Abu Said b. Abi al-Khayr' in EI (2nd
ed.), vol. 1, 145-7.
is born in
Ghazali travels to Nishapur.
(Imam al-Haramyan) dies in Nishapur and al-Ghazali
goes to the camp of Nizam al-Mulk
484/1091 al-Ghazali is appointed to
teach at Baghdad's Nizamiyah.
485/1092 Nizam al-mulk
is assassinated in Khurasan.
488/1095 al-Ghazali quits Baghdad's Nizamiyah
(in Dhul - Qada 488/ November 1095).
498/1105 al-Ghazali returns to Tus.
499/1106 al-Ghazali return to teaching at
Quits Nishapur's Nizamiyah
and returns home.
dies in Tus.
517 0r 520/ 1123 or 1126 Aḥmad al-Ghazali (his brother) dies.
529/1135 Abd al-Ghafir al-Farasi dies.
543/ Abu bakr Ibn al-'Arabi dies in
Fez. (b. 468 in Andalusia)
581/1185 Ibn Ṭufayl dies in
587/1191 al-Suhrawardi is
Ibn Rushd dies in
Morocco. (b. 520 Cordoba) see R. Arnaldez, "Ibn Rushd" in EI (2nd
ed.), vol. 3, pp. 909-920.
597/1201 Ibn al-jawzi dies in Baghdad.
(b. 509 (510)/1114)
606/1209 Fakhr al-din al-Razi
dies in al-Rayy and is buried in his own house in secret for
fear of his body will be descreated. (b. 505) see G.C. Anawati, 'Fakhr al-Din al-Razi'
in EI (2nd ed.), vol. 2, pp. 751-5.
620/ Ibn Qudama al-Maqdasi dies
638/1240 Muḥyi al-Din ibn 'Arabi
(b. 1165) dies in Damascus, see A. Ates, 'Ibn al-'Arabi' in EI (2nd ed.),
vol. 3, pp. 707-11.
672/1274 Naṣr al-din
dies in Nawa his
681/1282 Ahmad ibn Muhammad Ibn
dies in Damascus (b. 608/1211 in Irbil).
728/1328 Ibn Taymiyah
b. 'Abdalhalim) dies in
Damascus in Prison. (b. 661/1263)
748/1348 al-Dhahabi, Abu Abd
Allah Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Uthman (Historian) dies in
Damascus. (b. 673/1274). see M. Ben Cheneb and J. de Somogyi,
'Dhahabi' in EI (2nd ed.), vol. 2, pp. 214-6.
771/1371 Taj al-din al-Subki
dies in Cairo.
776/1375 Ibn al-Khatib, Lisan
al-Din dies in Gharnata (Granada) (b. 713/1313) see Bosch-Vilá, "Ibn
al-Khatib" in EI (2nd ed.), vol. 3, pp. 835-7; GAL, vol. 2, pp.
260-264 (337-340) and GAL-S , pp. 372-373
806 /1404 Zayn al-Din al-Iraqi
dies in Cairo.
Ibn Khaldun dies in
Cairo. (b. Tunis: 732/1332)
Ibn Hajar al-`Asqalani dies in Cairo. (b. Cairo: 773/1372)
898/1492 Jami, Nur al-Din Abd
al-Rahman Ahmad ibn Muhammad (Persian Poet) dies in Herat (b.
817/1414) see C. Huart and H. Massé, 'Djami' in EI (2nd ed.), vol. 2,
899/1493 End of Andalusia's Muslim sovereignty.
911/1505 Jalaludin al-Suyti
Cairo. (b. 849) see GAL-S vol. 1, pp. 178-198; and E. Geoffroy,
"Suyuti", EI (2nd ed.), vol. 9.
968/1561 Tashköprüzade, abu
al-Khayr ibn Muslih al-Din Mustafá dies. Born in Bursa in 901/1495
Encyclopediaist, author of Miftah al-sa'ada, see F. Babiner and
Christine Woodhead, 'Tashköprüzade (2)' in EI (2nd ed.), vol. 10, pp.
1050/1640 Mulla Sadra dies in
1067/ Hajji Khalifia dies also
known as (aka) Kâtib Çelebi, Mustafa b. Abdullah, an Encyclopediaist,
author of the famed Kashf al-zunun `an asami al-kutub
wa-al-funun. b. 1017/
1205/1791 Murtda al-Zabidi dies
in Zabid in Yemen.
1269/1853 First printed copy of
the Ihya' with moveable type in Bulaq Egypt in 4 books bound in 2
volumes measuring 33cm.
1864 First printed copy of the
Ihya' offset (Ha'jari) in Lucknow, India in 4 volumes measuring
al-sada is printed by al-mutaba
al-Maymaniya in Cairo, 10 vols.
1379/1957, Isa' al-babi al-Halabi's
edition of Ihya'
is printed in Cairo, 4 vols.
2001, June this website goes