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And Bahm6 al-Dln trio under the Ayyubids with the ^Izz al-Dln, Jamml al-Dln Aydughdl and Sharaf al-Dln trio under the Mamluks, which assured Ibn Wmxil of his social long term position. Shifting the focus to the group of religious scholars with whom Ibn Wmxil was possibly in contact during his years in Egypt, we encounter a vaguer picture. His co-student from the Syrian years – the judge Ibn Khallikmn – and three of his teachers from this period – the chief herbalist Ibn al-Bayyar (d. 646/1248), the chief physician Ibn al-Naf ls (d.
Ibn Wmxil extolled Jamml al-Dln b. Mayrn. and Bahm6 al-Dln Zuhayr repeatedly as having been unique in Ayyubid history and beyond. According to him the administrator al-Qm,l al-Fm,il was outstanding in Xalm. 72 Taken together, >usmm al-Dln, Bahm6 al-Dln and Jamml al-Dln b. Mayrn. were of particular importance in al-Malik al-Xmli. 73 Thus, Ibn Wmxil’s move to Egypt can be considered in the light of his network at the court of al-Malik al-Xmli. Ayynb. He disposed of a closely knit set of connections, mainly made up of individuals who did not belong to the group of religious scholars, but were either military commanders or administrative officials.
107 Nevertheless, such differentiation between permissible and forbidden offices had become rare by the seventh/thirteenth century in Damascus and elsewhere. 110 By the same token, critics of the practice of holding salaried posts did tend to neglect a differentiation between a permissible and a forbidden area. Abn Shmma, for example, was opposed to holding any kind of office, and criticized contemporary post-holders for doing so. e. the endowment] as you know the matter! If you are needy, take the sufficient with aversion and with the determination that it will not last a life time!