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1040s in poetry

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Births

Death years link to the corresponding "[year] in poetry" article. There are conflicting or unreliable sources for the birth years of many people born in this period; where sources conflict, the poet is listed again and the conflict is noted:

1040:

  • Muhammad Ibn Abbad Al Mutamid (died 1095), Arabic poet in Al-Andalus
  • 1046:

  • Masud Sa'd Salman (died 1121), Persian
  • 1048:

  • May 31: Omar Khayyám (died 1123), Persian polymath, mathematician, philosopher, astronomer and poet
  • Mu'izzi (died 1125), Persian
  • Am'aq (died 1148), Persian that carried the title amir al-shu'ara ("Amir of poets")
  • Deaths

    Birth years link to the corresponding "[year] in poetry" article:

    1040:

  • Unsuri (born unknown), Persian poet of the royal court, given the title Malik-us Shu'ara (King of Poets')
  • Asjadi (born unknown), Persian
  • Manuchehri (born unknown), Persian, later a royal poet in the court of Sultan Shihab ud-Dawlah Mas'ud I of Ghazni
  • 1041:

  • Akazome Emon 赤染衛門 (born 956), Japanese waka poet who lived in the mid-Heian period; a member of both the Thirty-six Elder Poetic Sages and Fujiwara no Kintō's 36 female poetry immortals (or "sages") of the Kamakura period (surname: Akazome)
  • Fujiwara no Kintō (born 966), Japanese poet, publisher of the Shūi Wakashū; he created the concept of the Thirty-six Poetry Immortals
  • 1049:

  • Abū-Sa'īd Abul-Khayr (born 967), Persian
  • Uthman Mukhtari (born unknown), Persian
  • References

    1040s in poetry Wikipedia