Tomb of ibn Athir

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Possible tomb of ibn Athir (قبر بن أثير) also known as the 'tomb of the Daughter' (قبر البنت) is located in the city of Mosul, Iraq. He was buried in a cemetery after his death and over the years the cemetery continued to shrink and eventually diappeared leaving the Ibn Athir's tomb standing alone. He was buried near the Sinjar Gate.

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circa 100 CE



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