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Ahmad ibn Sirin (ca. ninth century C.E.)

Ahmad ibn Sirin (ca. ninth century C.E.)

(Also known as Achmet). Arabian seer who wrote a book on dream interpretation, now known only in the Greek and Latin translations, which was published in Paris in 1603 titled Oneirocritica.

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Achmet

Achmet: For Ottoman sultans thus named, use Ahmed.

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