Jamil ibn Ma'mar

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Jamīl ibn 'Abd Allāh ibn Ma'mar al-'Udhrī (Arabic: جميل بن عبد الله بن معمر العذري‎; d.701 CE), also known as Jamil Buthayna, was a classical Arabic love poet. He belonged to the Banu 'Udhra tribe which was renowned for its poetic tradition of chaste love.[1]

See also


  1. ^ Jayyusi, Salma (1994). The Legacy of Muslim Spain. Brill. p. 460. ISBN 9004099549.

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