عبدالله البطال. عبد الله بن عمرو بن حرام

His stories Battalname were reworked throughout the and periods, and he became the subject of a considerable body of folk tales The Encyclopaedia of Islam, New Edition, Volume I: A—B
Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University, Department of Near Eastern languages and Literatures Both romances place al-Battal in the mid-9th century and associate him with the epic cycle of Malatya and its emir, died 863 , with the result that he became particularly associated with the city of Malatya and its region

Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, Department of Near Eastern languages and Literatures.

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in particular regarded it as "poor and confused material suitable only for the unsophisticated"
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In these tales al-Battal is presented as an Islamic analogue to , to the extent that his name became a byword for cunning
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Nyu-York: State University of New York Press Abteilung 641—867 , Band 1: Aaron 1 — Georgios 2182
Encyclopaedia of Islam, THREE İngilizce In Flit, Keyt; Kramer, Qudrun; Matringe, Denis; Navas, Con; Rouson, Everett eds

In reliable historical sources the chroniclers and , al-Battal first appears in 727, in one of the annual raids against Byzantine.

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A Byzantine army under a certain Constantine tried to confront the Muslims, but al-Battal defeated Constantine and took him prisoner
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Much later accounts claim that he hailed from or , and that he was a of the family
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