عنوان مقاله [English]
In the period from the early 2nd century to the late 5th century AH, more than 250 books and dissertations were written of the virtues of Ahl al-Beyt (pbut). A distinguished work in this case is the book Al-Managheb by Ibn-e Maghazeli (?-483 AH). Abulhassan Ali Ibn-e Mohammad Jollabi, aka Ibn-e Maghazeli, was a scholar in the city of Waset in the 5th century AH. His book Al-Managheb is a rather comprehensive collection of hadiths on the virtues of Ahl al-Beyt. Considering the importance of this book, it was examined in the present study through a descriptive-analytical method. After the evaluation of the references and 479 hadith under 251 titles, Ibn-e Maghazeli’s method of referencing was found to have three features including a) citing the historical series of references for each hadith, b) mentioning the different textual contents of the hadiths, and c) showing some historical facts reflected in the references. In part of the book, the virtues of Ahl al-Beyt are generally mentioned without their names. Another part, which makes up the major space of the book, is dedicated to the virtues of Imam Ali (pbuh). Fatemeh (pbuh) and Imam Hossein are described too but with fewer details. Of the rest of Ahl al-Beyt, Imam Sajjad, Imam Sadeqh and Imam Mahdi have been referred to with just a few hadiths.
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- نهج البلاغه؛ تدوین: سیّد رضی، ابوالحسن محمّد بن حسین، به سید علینقی فیض الإسلام، قم: هجرت، 1414 ق.