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{{#invoke:Infobox|infobox}} Antarah ibn Shaddad (Arabic: عنترة بن شداد العبسي‎{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}, ʿAntarah ibn Shaddād al-ʿAbsī; AD 525–608), also known as ʿAntar, was a pre-Islamic Arab soldier and poet, famous for both his poetry and his adventurous life. His chief poem forms part of the Mu'allaqat, the collection of seven "hanging odes" legendarily said to have been suspended in the Kaaba. The account of his life forms the basis of a long and extravagant romance.

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{{#invoke:Infobox|infobox}} Antarah ibn Shaddad (Arabic: عنترة بن شداد العبسي‎{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}, ʿAntarah ibn Shaddād al-ʿAbsī; AD 525–608), also known as ʿAntar, was a pre-Islamic Arab soldier and poet, famous for both his poetry and his adventurous life. His chief poem forms part of the Mu'allaqat, the collection of seven "hanging odes" legendarily said to have been suspended in the Kaaba. The account of his life forms the basis of a long and extravagant romance.

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