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The arrangement of the texts was determined by the desire of having a complete and continuous translation of the long biography of Asab from the Kitab al-Aghani 17.82-105. It covers nos. 1-100. It is followed by the other Ashcab passages from Agh. (nos. 101-115). The remaining texts (nos. 116-161) then follow according to the approximate chronological sequence of the works from which they are derived.

Keywords: Ashcab passages; Kitab al-Aghani



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