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Appointed as the chief judge over several districts near Nishapur in Iranand Baghdad itself, al-Mawardi also served as a diplomat for the Abbasid caliphs al-Qa’im and al-Qadir in negotiations with the Buyid emirs. He is best known for his treatise on “The Ordinances of Government.
Al-Mawardi was born in Basrah during the year C. Some authors make the claim that his family was A-lsultaniyyah,  a claim which is unsubstantiated.
The Shafi’i historian al-Khatib al-Baghdadi d. Growing up he was able to learn Fiqh Islamic Jurisprudence from Abu al-Wahid al-Simari and subsequently took up his residence in Baghdad.
While both Basrah and Baghdad were centers of the Mu’tazila school of thought, the great orthodox Shafi’i jurist al-Subki d. He was eventually appointed chief qadi of Baghdad, and subsequently was al-ahoam with various responsibilities on behalf of the Caliphate: According to Wafaa H.
Al-Mawardi – Wikipedia
Wahaba”For al-Mawardi the caliphate symbolized an entire politico-religious system that regulates the lives of men in a Muslim community to sl-sultaniyyah smallest detail. Hence the emphasis in [The Ordinances] placed on the qualifications, power and duties pertinent to [a given office of government] This approach to the matter would explain the working arrangement finally reached by the Buyids and the Abbasid caliphs, later followed also by the more efficient Seljuqswhereby the military held actual power while recognizing the Caliph as the supreme head of government and receiving from him, in turn, recognition of their mundane authority.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Brockleman”al-Mawardi” in the Encyclopedia of Islam 2vol. Garnet Publishing,xv.
The Laws Of Islamic Governance – Al-Ahkam As-Sultaniyyah