ĀDAMĪ, ABŪ SAʿĪD SAHL B. ZĪĀD RĀZĪ, late 3rd/9th century Shiʿite traditionist. He was considered to have been a companion of the ninth, tenth, and eleventh imams by Shaikh Moḥammad b. Ḥasan Ṭūsī (d. 406/1015-16; in his al-Reǰāl, Naǰaf, 1381/1961-62, pp. 401, 416, 43l). He authored two books: a Ketāb al-tawḥīd and Ketāb al-nawāder.
ʿAllāma-ye Ḥellī, Ḵolāṣat al-aqwāl fī maʿrefat al-reǰāl, 2nd ed., Naǰaf, 1381/1961-62, II, p. 228.
Barqī, Ketāb al-reǰāl, Tehran, 1342 Š./1963, p. 460.
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