Fifth Emir of Gwandu, 1862-66, and reckoned the most learned of ʿAbd Allāh’s sons.
1. Ḍiyāʾ al-anām.
See Thaqāfa, 293, where it is reported to be an account of the virtues (manāqib) and the conquests (fuṭūḥāt) of his father.
3. K. al-ashjār (for al-ash ʿār?).
See Thaqāfa, 293, where it is described as a collection of his poems, mainly elegies.
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