Saed Ebn Ahmed, cadhi of Toledo, who died A.
H. 462, A.D. 069, has furnished Abulpharagius (Dynast. p.
160) with this curious passage, as well as with the text of
Pocock's Specimen Historiae Arabum. A number of literary
anecdotes of philosophers, physicians, &c., who have
flourished under each caliph, form the principal merit of
the Dynasties of Abulpharagius.]
The History Of The Decline And
Fall Of The Roman Empire
—Fall In The East