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Bamakhrama (بامخرمه): is a tribe from Hadhramaut state in the Republic of Yemen. This family is one of the tribes which constitute the "Hemiyar" (حمير) tribe. Hemiyar is one of the largest tribes in the Arabian Peninsula. Bamakhrama is famous for its scientists, judges, and scholars. For thousands of years Bamakhrama was responsible for the "justice" affairs between Hemiyar tribes.
Here are some of the most famous scholars from Bamakhrama:
- Ahmed bin Abdullah bin Ahmed Bamakhrama (أحمد بن عبدالله بن أحمد بامخرمه): Born in Aden on 1461 AD (866 Hijri). He studied Islamic Fiqh, mathematics and became famous scholar and scientist. He died on 1505 AD (911 Hijri).
- El-Tayeb bin Abdullah bin Ahmed Bamakhrama (الطيب بن عبد الله بن أحمد بامخرمه): Born in Aden on 1465 AD (870 Hijri). He studied Islamic Fiqh, mathematics, Arabic and became the judge of Aden until he died on 1540 AD (947 Hijri).
- Abdullah bin Ahmed bin Ali Bamakhrama (عبدالله بن أحمد بن علي بامخرمه): born in Hajrin, Hadhramaut on 1429 AD (833 Hijri) then he moved to Aden for study. He studied Islamic fiqh, mathematics, engineering, Arabic, Tafseer, and Arabic grammar. After that He became the judge of Aden. He wrote books in Islamic fiqh, engineering and mathematics, and Arabic.
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