This encyclopedic work on Islam comprises English translations of all canonical ?ad?ths, complete with their respective chains of transmission (isn?ds). By conflating the variant versions of the same ?ad?th, the repetitiveness of its literature has been kept wherever possible to a minimum. The latest methods of isn?d analysis, described in the general introduction, have been employed in an attempt to identify the person(s) responsible for each ?ad?th. The book is organized in the alphabetical order of those persons. These are the so-called acommon linksa. Each of them is listed with the tradition(s) for the wording of which he can be held accountable, or with which he can at least be associated.Some of these SSs form into spiders that do show up key figures, but these appear to have died at the earliest some sixty years after Anasa#39; reported death in 93/712, while the majority hail from some hundred years after that date2. Further anbsp;...
|Title||:||Encyclopedia of Canonical Ḥadīth|
|Author||:||Gautier H.A. Juynboll|
|Publisher||:||BRILL - 2007-11-13|