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|1826 27 Jun
||Passing of Shaykh Ahmad-i-Ahsá'í, the leader of the Shaykhís, in Haddíyyih near Medina near the tomb of Muhammad, at approximately 75 years. He was buried in the cemetery of Baqí` in Medina. [B2,; M16; H20]
- At his passing Siyyid Kázim-i-Rashtí became his designated successor. [BBD12; DB9-11]
- BBD12 says it was 1828 and he was 81 years old
- See MH20 for three chief articles of faith of the Shaykhís.
- See BBRSM8 for a brief account of his life. Says he lived from 1753 to 1826.
- See DB1-18 for a brief history of his life.
- DB18 says he died in 1268 A.H. (4 August, 1826 to 25 July, 1827)
- See MH22 for a picture.
- KA239n171 says Shaykh Aḥmad-i-Ahsá’í lived from 1753 to 1831. He was the founder of the Shaykhí School and the first of the “twin luminaries that heralded the advent of the Faith of the Báb”.
- See Sheikh Ahmad al-Ahsai by Moojan Momen for a brief history of Shaykh Aḥmad-i-Ahsá’í and the Shaykhí School and his continuing influence today.
- See Ahsá'í, Shaykh Ahmad by Denis MacEoin.
- See BBRSM8-13 for a history of Shaykhism.
- See GPB92 for his predictions regarding the Twin Manifestations.
|Haddiyyih; Medina; Saudi Arabia
||Shaykh Ahmad-i-Ahsai; Siyyid Kazim-i-Rashti; Shaykhism; In Memoriam; Births and deaths; - Basic timeline, Expanded
|1845. 16 Jan
||The Báb arrived in Medina from Mecca.
- He stayed for 27 days. [MS2] From there He proceeded to Jiddah where He took a boat bound for Búshihr. [B75]
|Medina; Mecca; Saudi Arabia
||Bab, Life of; Bab, Pilgrimage of; Epistle between Two Shrines
|1845. 12 Feb
||The Báb left Medina for Jiddah. [MS2]
||Medina; Jiddah; Saudi Arabia
||Bab, Life of; Bab, Pilgrimage of
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