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Muhammad bin Suleyman
Born1494 (approximate)
Karbala, Akkoyunlu, nou Iraq
Karbala, Ottoman Empire, nou Iraq
Period15-16t century
GenreRomantic Azerbaijani epic poetry, wisdom leeteratur
Notable warksThe Epic o Layla an Majnun (Dâstân-ı Leylî vü Mecnûn)

Fużūlī (Azerbaijani: Füzuli فضولی, c. 1494 – 1556) wis the pen name o the Azerbaijani[1][2][3] o the Bayat tribes o Oghuz[4][5][6] 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,[7] Fuzûlî in fact wrote his collected poems (dîvân) in three different leids: in his native Azerbaijani[8] 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.[9]

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  1. Encyclopædia Iranica. G. Doerfer. Azeri Turkish
  2. Encyclopædia Iranica. H. Javadi and K. Burill. Azeri Literature
  3. A. M. A Shushtery. Outlines of Islamic Culture - Volume I: Historical and Cultural Aspects. READ BOOKS, 2007. ISBN 978-1-4067-4113-1, p. 130
  4. Muhammed Fuzuli
  5. Britannica online
  6. Kathleen R. F. Burrill, The Quatrains of Nesimi, Fourteenth-century Turkic Hurufi, Mouton, 1973,[page needit]
  7. "Fuzuli, Mehmed bin Süleyman" in Encyclopædia Britannica
  8. Peter Rollberg. The modern encyclopedia of Russian and Soviet literature (including Non-Russian and Emigre literatures) / Edited by Harry B. Weber. — Academic International Press, 1987. — Volume 8. — Page 76.

    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.

  9. "Fozuli, Mohammad b. Solayman" in Encyclopaedia Iranica