The Ocean of the Soul: Man, the World, and God in the Stories of Farid Al-Din 'Attar

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Aaron: 455.
ʿAbbādān (southern part of Iraq, originally on an island in the Persian Gulf; in early times a Ḥūfī settlement, today well known for its oil refinery.— EI; ThG 2/102-03): 478; 536.
ʿAbbādī (Quṭb al-Dīn al-Muẓaffar b. Ardashīr; a preacher, d. 547/1152. His nisba is derived from the Ḥūfī settlement in ʿAbbādān—Muntaẓam 10/150-51; Furūzānfar, Aḥādīth-i Mathnawī, p. 5): ʿAbbāsa and moribund ∼ 159. ʿAbbās (son of caliph Maʾmūn, d. in prison 223/838.— EI): Maʾmūn excludes him from inheriting throne 319.
ʿAbbāsa-i Ṭūsī (Abū Muḥammad ʿAbbās b. Muḥammad b. Abī Manṣūr, alleged teacher of ʿAṭṭār, d. 549/1153-54.— Massignon, "L'œuvre Hallagienne d'Attar" 118, without citing sources): the world a carcass 50; the rich do not attend his sermons 93; and Sultan Sanjar 126; with moribund 'Abbādī 159; on Turkmen and carnal soul 215; angels' acts of obedience 287; effect of love 533.
ʿAbd al-ʿAzīz b. Muḥammad: see Ibn Nubāta.
ʿAbd al-Ghanī b. Ismāʿīl al-Nābulusī (Ṣūfī author, d. 1143/ 1731.— GAL2 2/45458, Suppl. 2/473-76; Barbara von Schlegell, Sufism in the Ottoman Arab World; Bernd Radtke, "Birgiwls Tarīqa muhammadiyya"): 486.
ʿAbd al-Karīm Jīlī: see Jīlī.
ʿAbd Allāh b. al-ʿAbbās (cousin of Prophet, famous interpreter of Koran, d. 68/ 687-88.— EI): story by - 131; his Koran 207; 460; on kissing 510; 633.
ʿAbd Allāh b. Aḥmad: see Kaʿbī.
ʿAbd Allāh b. ʿAlqama (killed by Khālid b. al-Walīd during his treacherous attack on tribe of Jadhīma b. ʿĀmir b. ʿAbd al-Manāt in 8 AH.— EI: Djadhīma): 388.
ʿAbd Allāh b. Masʿūd (Companion of the Prophet, d. 32/652 or 33/653.— Ḥilya 1/124-39; Ṣifat al-ḥafwa 1/154-56; EI): don't thank people but thank God, etc. 219; intends to sell old slave woman 281, 376.
ʿAbd Allāh b. al-Mubārak (pious traditionist, preacher advocating holy war, d. after returning from battlefield in Hīt, 181/797-98.— Ḥilya 8/162-90; Khulāḥat Tahdhīb al-Kamāl 179; Goldziher, Vorlesungen 198; ThG 2/551-

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