This research studies a balance between the publications of the investigation of the Egyptian poet Gamal Al-Din Bin Matrouh; Dr. Joudeh Amin in 1989 and Dr. Hussein Nassar in 2004 to identify the methodological differences in the treatment of the Arab heritage for two generations of investigators, and highlight their efforts and suffering in directing this action from darkness to light.
Ibn Matrouh is the Egyptian poet, who was born in 592 AH in Assiut in Upper Egypt in the time of the Ayyubids. Presidents, as said in the slave yarn and praise and brothers, and died within the year 649 AH.
This research presents a descriptive statistical study of the two publications of the investigation of the Egyptian Poet Ibn Matrouh, and it revolves around the following axes:
– Reasons for writing research.
About the book’s work and his office-
– Introducing investigators and their scientific efforts.
– Introduction of investigators.
– Investigative aspects of investigators.
– The Bureau in the two investigations.
– Balancing the margins in the two investigations.
– Technical and complementary indexes in the two investigations.
– Conclusion and results.
Afterwards, this research reveals the efforts of these investigators description and statistics, and illustrates the falls in which each occurred, and also prove that the investigations complement each other, and it is indispensable for researchers and readers to combine them when using the Court.
Keywords: Egyptian poet, Gamal Al-Din Bin Matrouh, Dr. Joudeh Amin, the Arab heritage.