Maqdisī, al-

Maqdisī, al-

▪ Arabian geographer
in full  Muḥammad Ibn Aḥmad Al-maqdisī,  also called  Al-muqaddasī 
born c. 946
died c. 1000

      Arab traveler, geographer, and author of a noted work based on personal observations of the populations, manners, and economic life of the various inhabitants of the lands of Islām, Aḥson at-taqāsīm fi maʿrifat al-aqālīm (985; “The Best of Classification for the Knowledge of Regions”).

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