ŞAİ EB'ÎD BÛRÎ B. EYYÛ el-EYYÛBÎ (ö. 579/1183)

Yildiz, Şerafettin
March 2010
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2010, Vol. 14 Issue 43, p57
Academic Journal
The poet Bouri b. Eyyub who was the son of Necmeddin Eyyub, the governor of Tikrit, was born in Damascus in 1161. He was educated well as a prince and was interested in poetry and literature. He was given a military title of "Tacu'l-Muluk" and a religious title of "Mecduddin". In the siege of Aleppo that he joined with his brother, Selahaddin Eyyubi, he was wounded and died about one month later in 1183. Although the poet Bouri died at a very young age he left a court poetry. In our article, it was given information about the poet and examples from his poems were given.


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