Natila bint Janab
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Natilah bint Janab of the Tribe of Namir (Arabic: نَـتِـيْـلَـة بـنـت جـنـاب الـنـمـريّـة), also known by the diminutive "Nutaylah" (Arabic: نُـتَـيْـلَـة), was a wife of ‘Abdul-Muttalib and, by her son Al-‘Abbas, an ancestress of the ‘Abbasid Dynasty.
Her father, Janab, was the son of Kulayb ibn Malik ibn ‘Amr ibn Amir ibn Zaydmanat ibn Amir (al-Dahyan) ibn Saad ibn al-Khazraj ibn Taymallat ibn An-Namir (Arabic: الـنـمـر) ibn Qasit ibn Hinb ibn Afsa ibn Dumi ibn Jadila ibn Asad the son of Rabi‘ah ibn Nizar ibn Ma‘ad ibn ‘Adnan (Arabic: ربـيـعـة ابـن نـزار ابـن مـعـد ابـن عـدنـان).
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- Abdulmalik ibn Hisham. Notes to Ibn Ishaq's Sirat Rasul Allah. Translated by Guillaume, A. (1955). The Life of Muhammad, p. 707 note 97. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Muhammad ibn Saad. Kitab al-Tabaqat al-Kabir. Translated by Haq, S. M. (1967). Ibn Sa'd's Kitab al-Tabaqat al-Kabir Volume I Parts I & II, p. 100. Delhi: Kitab Bhavan.
- Ibn Hisham, As-Sirah an-Nabawiyyah.
- Al-‘Ayni, ‘Umdat al-Qari.
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