Adi bin Zaid

penyair Arab Kristen (550-600 Masehi)

Adi bin Zaid al-Ibadi al-Tamimi (bahasa Arab: عَدِيُّ بْنُ زَيْدٍ العِبَادِيُّ التَمِيمِيُ , translit. ʿAdī bin Zaid al-ʿIbādī al-Tamīmī‎) adalah penyair bangsa Arab beragama Kristen pada abad ke-6 dari suku Ibadi di al-Hirah.[1]

Dia menikah dengan cucu dari al-Nu'man III bin al-Mundhir, penguasa Lakhmid (m. 580–602), dan dikatakan telah membantu al-Nu'man mengambil alih kekuasaan sebagai penguasa al-Hirah.[2] Dia juga menjabat sebagai sekretaris (dabir) untuk urusan wilayah Arab di bawah raja Sasaniyah bernama Hormizd IV (m. 579–590).[3]

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  1. ^ Peters, Francis E. (1994-04-06). Muhammad and the origins of Islam. SUNY Press. hlm. 66. ISBN 9780791418765. The next notable figure at al-Hira was Nu'man III who was phylarch there from about 580 AD His accession to power was engineered by the Christian poet Adi ibn Zayd whose family had long been important at Hira 
  2. ^ The Catholic encyclopedia. hlm. 669. After him reigned Nu'man ibn Mundhir (580-595), who, towards the year 594, was converted to Christianity. His granddaughter, Hind, who was a Christian and of exceptional beauty, was married to the Arab poet 'Adi ibn Zayd. 
  3. ^ Rajabzadeh 1993, hlm. 534–539.

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