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Ayyad ibn Hajjaj, hadith scholar, a well-known companion of the Prophet and an early opponent of the Muʿtazilites, died on a journey of pilgrimage to Mecca in July of 923, leaving behind him a store of Muslim learning that would last the centuries, as well as a legacy of scholarly and mystical writings that make up the bulk of his considerable output. He is remembered as the author of the Thaʿlabī (The Book of Poverty), a series of non-narrative accounts of the lives of Companions of the Prophet Muhammad. Al-ʿIrāqī aqīl wa al-Ṣuḥūrī (al-Bayādī), vol.1, p.37-38 (edited by J. al-Khalīl) 822618836 INTRODUCTION The name of Ayyūd ibn Qāḥṭah or al-Ayyūdī al-Hāshimī the Third (d.a.H. 277 (930) (Ahwāz) is found in many akhbār, sajʿ, hadīths and sahih narrations. The name is found in Uyūn al-Akhbār as well as in Iʿrāqī-i Makālī (al-Ḥusayni, ed. 1953) pp. 100, 302, 345. As far as the genealogy of Ayyūd is concerned, it is recorded in many books but the most reliable source is the Arabic version of Ibn Saʿd’s Kharīḍah (Ep. 2:19: p.108). Al-Ayyūdī was a native of Hīt. According to a tradition recorded in Muslim’s book Abū Dawūd, the Prophet Muhammad himself sent Ayyūd ibn Qāḥṭah, a well-educated Arab of the tribe of al-Khaṭāb, to the city of Manṣūr ibn Ḥabīb (now Khirrāz, in the region of Bokhārī on the western bank of the Euphrates, west of present-day Baghdad). Manṣūr asked him, “Which