HIS COMPANIONS AND THE REPORTERS OF HIS TRADITIONS (04)

230. ‘Amir bin Abï al-Ahwas

Shyakh al-Tusi numbered him as one of the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him.[^1]

231. ‘Abbad al-Basri

He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on him. Na‘ïm b. Ibrhim reported on his authority. He also reported on the authority of Imam Abu ‘Abd Allah (al-Sadiq), peace be on him. ‘Abd al-Rahman b. al-Hajjaj, reported on his authority.[^2]

232. ‘Abbad bin Jurayh

He was among the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him. In Part II, b. Dawud ascribed Abbad to the narrators of Shaykh al-Tusi. However, all the copies are empty of his name. Abbad was also attributed to the narrators of al-Najashi. However, al-Najashi’s book is empty of his name.[^3]

233. ‘Abbad b. Suhayb

Shaykh al-Tusi numbered him as on of the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him. The Shaykh said: “Abbad b. Suhayb was from Basrah. He was among the non-Shi‘a.”[^4]

234. ‘Abd al-Jabbar bin A‘yun

He was called al-Shaybani. He was the brother of the great jurists, Zarara b. A‘yun, and Hamran b. A‘yun. Shaykh al-Tusi numbered him as on of the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him.[^5]

235. ‘Abd al-Hamïd bin Abï Ja‘far

He was called al-Farra’ al-Fazari. He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on him. Al-Qasim b. Sulayman reported on his authority.[^6]

236. ‘Abd al-Hamïd bin Abï al-Daylam

He reported on the authority of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him, and Imam al-Sadiq, peace be on him.[^7]

237. ‘Abd al-Hamïd bin ‘Awad

He was called al-Ta’i. Shaykh al-Tusi numbered him as on of the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him. He also numbered him as on of the companions of Imam al-Sadiq, and of al-Kazim, peace be on them.[^8]

238. ‘Abd al-Hamïd al-Wasiti

Shaykh al-Tusi numbered him as on of the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him. He also numbered him as on of the companions of Imam al-Sadiq, peace be on him.[^9]

239. ‘Abd al-Khaliq bin ‘Abd Rabba

He reported on the authority of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him, and Imam al-Sadiq, peace be on him.[^10]

240. ‘Abd al-Khaliq bin ‘Arrad

Shaykh al-Tusi said: “‘Abd al-Khaliq bin ‘Arrad reported on the authority of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him, and Imam al-Sadiq, peace be on him.[^11]

241. ‘Abd al-Rahman

His Kunya was Abu Khuthayma. He was among the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him.[^12]

242. ‘Abd al-Rahman bin A‘yun

He was called al-Shaybani. He was the brother of the great scholar, Zarara b. A‘yun. He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on him, and Imam al-Sadiq, peace be on him. He reported few traditions. He has a book, as al-Najashi mentioned.[^13]

243. ‘Abd al-Rahman bin Zar‘a

Shaykh al-Tusi numbered him as on of the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him. Al-Barqi also numbered him as on of the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him. He (‘Abd al-Khaliq) was an unknown Imami Shi‘ite.[^14]

244. ‘Abd al-Rahman bin Salim

He was called al-Ashal, al-Kufi, al-Attar. He sold copies (of the Koran).[^15] He reported on the authority of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him, and Imam al-Sadiq, peace be on him.[^16]

245. ‘Abd al-Rahman bin Sulayman

He was called al-Ashal, al-Ansari. He was among the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him.[^17]

246. ‘Abd al-Rahman bin ‘Ajlan

He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on him. Ibn Miskan reported on his authority.[^18]

247. ‘Abd al-Rahïm

He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on him. Ibn Miskan reported on his authority.[^19]

248. ‘Abd al-Rahïm bin Ruh

He was called al-Qaseer al-Asadi. He reported on the authority of Imam al-Baqir, and Imam al-Sadiq peace be on them.[^20]

249. ‘Abd al-Rahïm bin Salïm

He was called al-Ansari. Al-Barqi numbered him as on of the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him.[^21]

250. ‘Abd al-Salam bin Kuthayr

He was called al-Kufi. He reported on the authority of Imam al-Baqir, and Imam al-Sadiq peace be on them, as Shaykh al-Tusi mentioned.[^22]

251. ‘Abd al-‘Azïz

He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), and Imam Abu ‘Abd Allah (al-Sadiq), peace be on them.[^23]

252. ‘Abd al-Ghaffar bin Qasim

b. Qays, b. Qays, b. Fahd. His kunya was Abu Maryam al-Ansari. He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), and Imam Abu ‘Abd Allah (al-Sadiq), peace be on them. He was trustworthy. He has a book. A number of our companions reported the book.[^24]

253. ‘Abd al-Karïm bin Abï Ya‘fur

He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir). His brother, ‘Abd Allah bin Abï Ya‘fur reported on his authority.[^25]

254. ‘Abd al-Karïm bin Mahran

Shaykh al-Tusi numbered him as on of the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him.[^26]

255. ‘Abd Allah bin Bukayr

He was called al-Hajjri. He was among the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him. He reported on the authority of Ma‘la b. Khunays. ‘Ali b. al-Hakam reported on his authority.[^27]

256. ‘Abd Allah bin al-Jarud

He was called al-Kufi. He was among the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him.[^28] He reported on the authority of Imam Abu ‘Abd Allah (al-Sadiq), peace be on him. Rib‘i reported on his authority.[^29]

257. ‘Abd Allah bin Jurayh

He was among the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him. He was among the non-Shi‘a (aamah).[^30]

258. ‘Abd Allah bin al-Hasan

b. Imam al-Hasan b. Imam (‘Ali), the Commander of the faithful, peace be on him. He was the the chief of the Talibyyin. Shaykh al-Tusi numbered him as on of the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him.[^31]

259. ‘Abd Allah bin Dhubyan

He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir). Hanan b. Sudayr reported on his authority.[^32]

260. ‘Abd Allah bin Zar‘a

He was among the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him. He was unknown, as Shaykh al-Tusi mentioned.[^33]

261. ‘Abd Allah bin Sulayman

He was called al-Sayrafi. He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), and Imam Abu ‘Abd Allah (al-Sadiq), peace be on them, his father, Hamran b. A‘yun, and ‘Abd Allah b. Abï Ja‘far. A group of the narrators reported on his authority.[^34]

262. ‘Abd Allah bin Sulayman

He was called al-Kufi. He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), and Imam Abu ‘Abd Allah (al-Sadiq), peace be on them. Rabï‘ b. Mohammed reported on his authority.[^35]

263. ‘Abd Allah bin Shurayk

He was called al-‘Amiri. His kunya was Abu al-Muhajjal. He reported on the authority of Imam ‘Ali b. al-Husayn, and Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir). He was trustworthy with the Imams.[^36]

264. ‘Abd bin Salih

He was called al-Khath’ami. He reported on the authority of Imam al-Baqir, and Imam al-Sadiq, peace be on them. Shaykh al-Tusi numbered him as one of the companions of Imam al-Sadiq, peace be on him.[^37]

265. ‘Abd Allah bin ‘Abd al-Rahman

He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on him, Abu Basïr, Abu Bukayr, b. Miskan, Hurayz, and the like. Abu Ayyub al-Mada’ni, b. Faddal, Ahmed b. Abu Dawud, and the like reported on his authority.[^38]

266. ‘Abd Allah bin ‘Ajjlan.

He was called al-Kufi. Shaykh al-Tusi and al-Barqi numbered him as one of the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him. Bin Shahrashub numbered him as one of the close associates of Imam al-Sadiq, peace be on him.[^39] Al-Kashi reported on the authority of Zarara, on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on him, who said: “I saw as if I was on the top of a mountain. The people were ascending to me from all directions. When they became many, they were taken into the sky. Then they were dropped. That was done five times. None of the people remained with me except a small group. Among the group were Maysar b. ‘Abd al-‘Azïz and ‘Abd Allah b. ‘Ajjlan.”[^40] This account shows that ‘Abd Allah had firm faith, and that he did not deviated from the truth.

267. ‘Abd Allah bin ‘Ata’

He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on him. Abu Malik al-Juhni, Jamïl b. Darrajj, and the like reported on his authority.[^41]

268. ‘Abd Allah bin ‘Ata’

b. Abï Rabah. He was among the companions of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on him, and of Imam Abu ‘Abd Allah (al-Sadiq), peace be on him.[^42]

269. ‘Abd Allah bin ‘Ata’.

He was called al-Makki. Shaykh al-Tusi numbered him as one of the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him.[^43] Shaykh al-Mufïd reported on the authority of ‘Abd Allah bin ‘Ata’ al-Makki, who said: “I have never seen the scholars with anyone so much younger than them as I saw them with Abu ‘Abd Allah Ja‘far b. Mohammed b. ‘Ali b. al-Husayn, peace be on them. I have seen al-Hakam b. ‘Utayba, despite of his eminence among the people, conduct himself before him as if he was a young boy

conducting himself before his teacher. When Jabir b. Yazïd al-Ju‘fi reported anything on his authority, peace be on him, he used to say: ‘The trustee of the trustees (of the Apostle) and the heir of the knowledge of the prophets, Mohammed b. ‘Ali b. al-Husayn, peace be on them, told me.’”[^44] Al-Saffar reported on the authority of ‘Abd Allah b. ‘Ata’, who said: “I was in Mecca. I longed for Mohammed b. ‘Ali b. al-Husayn, peace be on them. So, I traveled to Medina. When I arrived there, it began to rain. So, I went to his house at mid night. I said to myself: ‘I should not knock the door now. I have to wait until moring.’ While I was thinking of that, I heard him say to his woman-servant: ‘Open the door for b. ‘Atta’. He has caught cold this night.’ So, the woman servant opened the door and I entered.”[^45]

270. ‘Abd Allah bin ‘Amru

He was among the companions of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on him. He was unknown, as Shakh al-Tusi said.[^46]

271. ‘Abd Allah bin Ghalib

Al-Najashi said: “‘Abd Allah bin Ghalib al-Asadi was given the kunya of Abu ‘Ali. He was a poet and a jurist. He reported on the authority of Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), Abu ‘Abd Allah (al-Sadiq), and Abu al-Hasan peace be on them. He was very reliable. His brother was Ishaq b. Ghalib. He has a book. Many narrators reported the book.”[^47]

272. ‘Abd Allah bin Kaysan

He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), and of Imam Abu ‘Abd Allah (al-Sadiq), peace be on them. ‘Uthman b. Yousi reported on his authority.[^48]

273. ‘Abd Allah bin Muhriz

He was called al-Ju‘fi. He reported on the authority of Imam al-Baqir and of Imam al-Sadiq peace be on them. Al-Najashi mentioned him in the biography of his brother, ‘Aqaba b. Muhriz.[^49]

274. ‘Abd Allah b. Mohammed

His kunya was Abu Bakr al-Hadrami. He was called al-Kufi. He belonged to the next generation. He reported on the authority of Imam al-Baqir and of Imam al-Sadiq peace be on them.[^50] Al-Najash reported on the authority of ‘Amru b. al-Yas, who said: “Abu al-Yas and I came to Abu Bakr al-Hadrami. He was about to die. He said : “This is not an hour of lying. I heard Ja‘far b. Mohammed (al-Sadiq) say: ‘The fire will not touch the person who dies and he believes in this affair (the Imamate).’”[^51]

275. ‘Abd Allah b. Mohammed

His kunya was Abu Basïr. He was called al-Asadi al-Kufi. He was among the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him, as Shakh al-Tusi said.[^52] He is not Abu Basïr al-Asadi, namely Layth b. al-Bakhtari al-Muradi, as professor al-Khu’i stated.[^53]

276. ‘Abd Allah b. Mohammed

He was called al-Ju‘fi. Shakh al-Tusi numbered him as one of the companions of Imam Zayn al-‘Abidïn, and his son Imam Mohammed al-

Baqir peace be on them.[^54] Al-Barqi numbered him as one of the companions of Imam al-Baqir peace be on him.

277. ‘Abd Allah b. Mohammed

He was called al-Sanani. He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far, peace be on him. Salam al-Ju‘fi reported on his authority.[^55]

278. ‘Abd Allah bin al-Mukhtar

Shakh al-Tusi and al-Barqi numbered him as one of the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on them.[^56]

279. ‘Abd Allah bin al-Walïd

He was called al-Wassafi. Shakh al-Tusi numbered him as one of the companions of Imam al-Baqir, and of Imam al-Sadiq peace be on them.[^57]

280. ‘Abd Allah al-Hashmi

He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on him, and Imam Abu ‘Abd Allah (al-Sadiq), peace be on him. His sons Sulayman and ‘Isa reported on his authority.[^58]

281. ‘Abd al-Mu’min al-Ansari

He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on him. Abu Ayyub reported on his authority. He reported on the authority of Imam Abu ‘Abd Allah (al-Sadiq), peace be on him. Bakkar b. Kardam reported on his authority.[^59]

282. ‘Abd al-Mu’min bin al-Qasim

He was called al-Ansari. He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir) and Imam Abu ‘Abd Allah ( al-Sadiq), peace be on them. He and his brother were reliable. He has a book. He died in the year 140 A. H.[^60]

283. ‘Abd al-Mu’min bin al-Haythem

He was called al-Ansari. He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on him.[^61]

284. ‘Abd al-Malik bin A‘yun

He was called al-Shaybani. He was the brother of the great jurist, Zarara b. A‘yun. Shakh al-Tusi numbered him as one of the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on them.[^62] Al-Barqi also numbered him as one of the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on them. ‘Abd al-Malik and his brothers were among the close associates of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him. Al-Kashi reported on the authority of Rabï‘at al-Ra’i, who said: “I (Rabï‘a) said to Abu ‘Abd Allah (al-Sadiq): ‘Who are the brothers who come to you from Iraq? I have never seen anyone among your companions better than them.’ He, peace be on him, said: ‘They are the companions of my father.’ He meant the sons of A‘yun.”[^63]

Zarara b. A‘yun reported: “Abu ‘Abd Allah (al-Sadiq), peace be on him, came to Mecca. He asked me about ‘Abd al-Malik bin A‘yun. ‘ He died,’ I replied. ‘Died!’ he exclaimed. ‘Yes,’ I answered. ‘Let’s go to his grave to pray (to Allah) for him,” he suggested. ‘Yes,’ I replied. The Imam prayed to

Allah very much for him.[^64] Among his prayers are: “O Allah, Abu al-Daris regarded us as among your best creatures. So, add him to the family of Mohammed, may Your blessings be on him, on the Day of Judgment.”[^65]

285. ‘Abd al-Malik b. ‘Utba

He was called al-Hashimi al-Lahbi. He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on him, and Imam al-Sadiq, peace be on him, as al-Kashi stated. Al-Kashi said that the book ascribed to ‘Abd al-Malik does not belong to him. Rather, it belongs to ‘Abd al-Malik b. Utba al-Nakha’i al-Sayrafi.[^66]

286. ‘Abd al-Malik bin ‘Ata’

He was called al-Kufi. Shaykh al-Tusi and al-Barqi numbered him as one of the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him.[^67]

287. ‘Abd al-Malik bin ‘Amru

He was called al-Ahwal al-Kufi. He reported on the authority of Imam al-Baqir, Imam al-Sadiq, peace be on them.[^68] Al-Kashi reported on the authority of ‘Abd al-Malik b. ‘Amru, who said : [Imam al-Sadiq, peace be on him, said: to me] “I (al-Sadiq) pray to Allah for you to the extent that I mention your name and your son’s name.”[^69]

288. ‘Abd al-Wahid bin al-Mukhtar

He was called al-Ansari al-Kufi. He was among the companions of Imam al-Baqir, and of Imam al-Sadiq peace be on them.[^70]

289. ‘Ubayd bin Kuthayr

He was called al-Kufi. He reported on the authority of Imam al-Baqir, and of Imam ‘Ali, b. al-Husayn, peace be on them. They (the narrators) mentioned that ‘Ubayd fabricated traditions, and that he had a book. The book is known as “Kitab al-Takhrïj fi Bani al-Shaysan.” Most traditions of the book are fabricated. The fewest of them are authentic. Ibn al-Ghada’iry said: “‘Ubayd bin Kuthayr b. ‘Abd al-Wahid b. ‘Abd Allah b. Shurak al-Amiri al-Wahidi al-Kilabi, whose kunya is Abu Sa’ïd, fabricated traditions openly. He did not refrain from telling lies. He was famous for that.”[^71]

290. ‘Ubayd Allah bin Mohammed

b. ‘Umar b. Imam (‘Ali), the Commander of the Faithful, peace be on him. Shaykh al-Tusi numbered him as one of the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him.[^72]

291. ‘Ubayd Allah bin al-Walïd

He was called al-Wassafi. Al-Najashi said: “‘Ubayd Allah bin al-Walïd al-Wassafi was a reliable Arab. He was given the kunya of Abu Sa‘ïd. He reported on the authority of Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), and Abu ‘Abd Allah (al-Sadiq), peace be on them. The biographers have mentioned him. He has a book. A group (of the narrators) reported the book.”[^73]

292. ‘Ubayd Allah al-Wassafi

He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on them. Abu al-Hasan al-Bajali reported on his authority.[^74]

293. ‘Ubayda

He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on them. ‘Ali b. Ri’ab reported on his authority.[^75]

294. ‘Ubayda al-Khath‘ami

Shaykh al-Tusi and numbered him as one of the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him.[^76]

295. ‘Ubayda al-Saksaki

Shaykh al-Tusi numbered him as one of the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him.[^77]

296. ‘Uthman bin Jubla

He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on them. Ismail b. Mahran reported on his authority.[^78]

297. ‘Uthman bin Zyyad

He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on him. Zakkar b. Farqad reported on his authority. He also reported on the authority of Imam Abu ‘Abd Allah (al-Sadiq), peace be on him.[^79]

298. ‘Uthman bin Zyyad

He was called al-Ahmasi. He reported on the authority of Imam al-Baqir and of Imam al-Sadiq, peace be on them. He among the companions of Imam al-Sadiq, peace be on him.[^80]

299. ‘Adhafar

He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on him. His son Mohammed reported on his authority. He also reported on the authority of Imam Abu ‘Abd Allah (al-Sadiq), peace be on him. Al-Hasan b. ‘Atiya reported on his authority.[^81]

300. ‘Adhafar bin ‘Abd Allah

Shakh al-Tusi numbered him as one of the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him.[^82]

301. ‘Urwa bin ‘Abd Allah

He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on him. ‘Amru b. Shimr reported on his authority.[^83]

302. Al-‘Atta’

He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on him, and of Imam al-Sadiq, peace be on him. Zyyad b. Mohammed and Mu’ammar b. ‘Amru reported on his authority.[^84]

303. ‘Atta’ bin Yasar

He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on him. ‘Abd al-Rahman b. Zayd b. Aslam reported on the authority of his father, on the authority of ‘Atta’.[^85]

304. ‘Atiya

He reported on the authority of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him. ‘Abd al-Samad b. Bashïr reported on his authority.[^86]

305. ‘Atiya

He was the brother of Abu al-‘Auwam. He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on him. ‘Abd al-Samad b. Bashïr reported on his authority.[^87]

306. ‘Atiya bin Dhakran

He was among the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him. He was unknown.[^88]

307. ‘Atiya bin Mazar

Al-Barqi numbered him as one of the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him.[^89]

308. ‘Atiya al-‘Awfi

Al-Barqi numbered him as one of the companions of Imam al-Baqir, peace be on him.[^90]

309. ‘Aqaba

He reported on the authority of Imam Abu Ja‘far (al-Baqir), peace be on him, and of Imam Abu ‘Abd Allah (al-Sadiq), peace be on him. His son, Aban b. ‘Uthman, his son Salih, Salih b. ‘Aqaba, and the like reported on his authority.[^91]

Notes

[^1] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^2] Mu‘jam Rijal al-Hadith, vol.9, p.[^217]:

[^3] Ibid, pp.218-[^209]:

[^4] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^5] Ibid.

[^6] Ibid.

[^7] Ibid.

[^8] Ibid.

[^9] Ibid.

[^10] Ibid.

[^11] Ibid.

[^12] Ibid.

[^13] Al-Najashi.

[^14] Al-Tusi, Rijal. Al-Barqi, Rijal.

[^15] Al-Najashi.

[^16] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^17] Mu‘jam Rijal al-Hadith, vol.9, p.[^343]:

[^18] Ibid, p.[^351]:

[^19] Ibid, vol.10, p.[^9]:

[^20] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^21] Al-Barqi, Rijal

[^22] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^23] Mu‘jam Rijal al-Hadith, vol.10, p.[^30]:

[^24] Al-Najashi.

[^25] Mu‘jam Rijal al-Hadith, vol.10, p.[^65]:

[^26] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^27] Mu‘jam Rijal al-Hadith, vol.10, p.[^135]:

[^28] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^29] Mu‘jam Rijal al-Hadith, vol.10, p.[^136]:

[^30] Ibid, p.[^141]:

[^31] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^32] Mu‘jam Rijal al-Hadith, vol.10, p.[^192]:

[^33] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^34] Mu‘jam Rijal al-Hadith, vol.10, p.[^207]:

[^35] Ibid, p.[^210]:

[^36] Al-Najashi.

[^37] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^38] Mu‘jam Rijal al-Hadith, vol.10, p.[^251]:

[^39] Al-Manaqib.

[^40] Al-Kashi.

[^41] Mu‘jam Rijal al-Hadith, vol.10, p.[^256]:

[^42] Ibid, p.[^266]:

[^43] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^44] Al-Mufid, al-Irshad.

[^45] Al-Kashi, Rijal.

[^46] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^47] Al-Najashi.

[^48] Mu‘jam Rijal al-Hadith, vol.10, p.[^302]:

[^49] Al-Najashi.

[^50] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^51] Al-Kashi.

[^52] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^53] Mu‘jam Rijal al-Hadith, vol.10, p.[^315]:

[^54] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^55] Mu‘jam Rijal al-Hadith, vol.10, p.[^333]:

[^56] Al-Tusi, Rijal. Al-Barqi, Rijal.

[^57] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^58] Mu‘jam Rijal al-Hadith, vol.10, p.[^410]:

[^59] Ibid, vol.11, p.[^10]:

[^60] Al-Najashi.

[^61] Mu‘jam Rijal al-Hadith, vol.11, p.[^12]:

[^62] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^63] Al-Kashi, Rijal.

[^64] Ibid.

[^65] Ibid.

[^66] Al-Najashi.

[^67] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^68] Ibid.

[^69] Al-Kashi.

[^70] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^71] Mu‘jam Rijal al-Hadith, vol.11, p.[^62]:

[^72] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^73] Al-Najashi.

[^74] Mu‘jam Rijal al-Hadith, vol.11, p.[^99]:

[^75] Ibid.

[^76] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^77] Ibid.

[^78] Mu‘jam Rijal al-Hadith, vol.11, p.[^114]:

[^79] Ibid, p.[^116]:

[^80] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^81] Mu‘jam Rijal al-Hadith, vol.11, p.[^145]:

[^82] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^83] Mu‘jam Rijal al-Hadith, vol.11, p.[^149]:

[^84] Ibid, p.[^154]:

[^85] Ibid, p.[^156]:

[^86] Ibid, p.[^157]:

[^87] Ibid, p.[^158]:

[^88] Al-Tusi, Rijal.

[^89] Al-Barqi, Rijal.

[^90] Ibid.

[^91] Mu‘jam Rijal al-Hadith, vol.11, p.[^161]: