|Muhammad bin Suleyman|
Karbala, Akkoyunlu, nou Iraq
Karbala, Ottoman Empire, nou Iraq
|Genre||Romantic Azerbaijani epic poetry, wisdom leeteratur|
|Notable warks||The Epic o Layla an Majnun (Dâstân-ı Leylî vü Mecnûn)|
Fużūlī (Azerbaijani: Füzuli فضولی, c. 1494 – 1556) wis the pen name o the Azerbaijani o the Bayat tribes o Oghuz poet, writer an thinker Muhammad bin Suleyman (Azerbaijani: Məhəmməd Ben Süleyman محمد بن سليمان). Eften conseedert ane o the greatest contreibutors tae the Dîvân tradeetion o Azerbaijani leeteratur, Fuzûlî in fact wrote his collected poems (dîvân) in three different leids: in his native Azerbaijani an an aa in Persie an Arabic. Awtho his Turkic warks are written in the Azerbaijani leid o the Turkic leid faimily, he wis well-versed in baith the Ottoman an the Chagatai Turkic leeterar tradeetions as well. He wis an aa well versed in mathematics an astronomy.
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- Encyclopædia Iranica. G. Doerfer. Azeri Turkish
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In Mesopotamia Fuzuli was in intimate contact with three cultures — Turkic, Arabic, and Persian. Besides his native Azeri, he learned Arabic and Persian at an early age and acquired a through command of the literatures in all three languages, an accomplishment in which the cosmopolitan literary and scholarly circles of Hilla played an important role.
- "Fozuli, Mohammad b. Solayman" in Encyclopaedia Iranica