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655/1257)82 who served the first Mamluk ruler Aybak for six years. He had been the successor of Jamml al-Dln b. Mayrn. as vizier of al-Malik al-Xmli. Ayynb in Damascus. When the latter’s son, al-Malik al-Mu^azzam Tnrmnshmh, passed through Syria on his way to taking power in Egypt in 647/1249, 25 SOCIAL CONTEXTS Sharaf al-Dln entered his service and became his vizier. Ibn Wmxil became probably acquainted with him in the entourage of al-Malik al-Mu^azzam Tnrmnshmh. It is this replacement of the >usmm al-Dln, Jamml al-Dln b.
69 Like >usmm al-Dln and Jamml al-Dln b. ’71 Ibn Wmxil had met him also in the mid-630s while accompanying >usmm al-Dln on a campaign in Syria. In his Mufarrij he included some poetry by Zuhayr, who was among the most acclaimed poets of his time. 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.
From these notices it appears that Abn Shmma studied and taught within groups of scholars who were rather marginal in the town’s social hierarchy. adlth scholar Ibn Farm. 148 Outstanding among his students is only the non-Maghribian and non-Mmlikite scholar Ynsuf b. ammad al-Mixrl (d. 149 He is the only person mentioned in these notices who held a significant post in the town, being the teacher in the Dmr al->adlth al-Nnrlya over which the Bann ^Asmkir had lost their long-lasting control. Besides these individuals, the names appearing in connection with Abn Shmma are often not traceable at all.