During the middle of the ninth century, a son of the poet Diʿbil b. ʿAli al-Khuzaʿi produced a book called Wasaya al-Muluk wa Anbaʾ al-Muluk min Walad Qahtan b. Hud which became attributed to his father.1 The book consists of anecdotes about supposed ancient South Arabian rulers who also pass down in the form of poetry political advice to their offspring. It includes material closely related to the ‘Scattering of al-Azd’ traditions discussed in ...
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