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The Story of Muhammad (sawas)

Ibn Ishaq

Muḥammad ibn Isḥāq ibn  Ibn Ishaq collected oral traditions that formed the basis of an important biography of the Islamic prophet Muhammad.

Ibn Hismam

Ibn Hisham edited the biography of the Islamic prophet Muhammad written by Ibn Ishaq.[1] Ibn Ishaq's work is lost and is now only known in the recensions of Ibn Hisham and al-Tabari.[2] He was also said to have mastered Arabic philology in a way which only Sibawayh had.


Al Waqidi

Al-Waqidi's work focuses on the Battles of the Prophet and for that reason it is sometimes called Kitab (book) Maghazi (battles) Al Waqidi.

Ibn Sa'ad

 Ibn Sa'd was a student of Al Waqidi and his books focus on the details of the companions and tabieen (those who didn't see the Prophet but saw the companions.)