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===Ali ibn al-Athir===
 
===Ali ibn al-Athir===
 
The most famous brother was [[Ali ibn al-Athir]] (May 13, 1160–1223), who devoted himself to the study of history and Islamic tradition. At the age of twenty-one he settled with his father in Mosul and continued his studies there. In the service of the amir for many years, he visited Baghdad and [[Jerusalem]] and later [[Aleppo]] and [[Damascus]]. He died in Mosul. His world history, the [[The Complete History (book)|al-Kāmil fi t-tarīkh]] (''The Complete History''), extends to the year 1231. It has been edited by [[:sv:Karl Johan Tornberg|Carl Tornberg]], ''Ibn al-Athīr Chronicon quod perfectissinum inscribitur'' (14 vols., Leiden, 1851–1876). The first part of this work up to A.H. 310 (A.D. 923) is an abbreviation of the work of [[Muhammad ibn Jarire al-Tabari|Tabari]] with minor additions. Ibn Athīr also wrote a history of the [[Atabeg]]s of Mosul ''at-Tarīkh al-atabakīya'', published in the ''[[Recueil des historiens des croisades]]'' (vol. ii., Paris); a work (''Usd al-Ghdba'') giving an account of 7500 companions of the prophet Muhammad (5 vols., Cairo, 1863), and a compendium (the ''Lubāb'') of Samani's Kitāb ui-A n.~db (cf. [[Ferdinand Wüstenfeld]]'s ''Specimen el-Lobabi'', Göttingen, 1835).
 
The most famous brother was [[Ali ibn al-Athir]] (May 13, 1160–1223), who devoted himself to the study of history and Islamic tradition. At the age of twenty-one he settled with his father in Mosul and continued his studies there. In the service of the amir for many years, he visited Baghdad and [[Jerusalem]] and later [[Aleppo]] and [[Damascus]]. He died in Mosul. His world history, the [[The Complete History (book)|al-Kāmil fi t-tarīkh]] (''The Complete History''), extends to the year 1231. It has been edited by [[:sv:Karl Johan Tornberg|Carl Tornberg]], ''Ibn al-Athīr Chronicon quod perfectissinum inscribitur'' (14 vols., Leiden, 1851–1876). The first part of this work up to A.H. 310 (A.D. 923) is an abbreviation of the work of [[Muhammad ibn Jarire al-Tabari|Tabari]] with minor additions. Ibn Athīr also wrote a history of the [[Atabeg]]s of Mosul ''at-Tarīkh al-atabakīya'', published in the ''[[Recueil des historiens des croisades]]'' (vol. ii., Paris); a work (''Usd al-Ghdba'') giving an account of 7500 companions of the prophet Muhammad (5 vols., Cairo, 1863), and a compendium (the ''Lubāb'') of Samani's Kitāb ui-A n.~db (cf. [[Ferdinand Wüstenfeld]]'s ''Specimen el-Lobabi'', Göttingen, 1835).
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