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Family of Qusayy + IBN KALIB and Hobba +

Husband: Qusayy + IBN KALIB (400-480)
Wife: Hobba + (400- )
Children: Abid Mana + IBN QUSAI (445- )

Husband: Qusayy + IBN KALIB

Name: Qusayy + IBN KALIB
Sex: Male
Father: Kalib + of the QURAUSH (365-400)
Mother: Fatima + of ARABIA (375- )
Birth 0400 Mecca, Arabia
Occupation Governor of Mecca
Title Governor of Mecca
Death 0480 (age 79-80)

Wife: Hobba +

Name: Hobba +
Sex: Female
Father: Hulayl + (375?- )
Mother: -
Birth 0400
Occupation Princess of the Khoazite
Title Princess of the Khoazite

Child 1: Abid Mana + IBN QUSAI

Name: Abid Mana + IBN QUSAI
Sex: Male
Spouse: Arika + of QAYS AYLAN OF ARABIA (450?- )
Birth 0445
Burial Jannatul Mualla Cemetery, Mecca, Saudi Arabia

Note on Husband: Qusayy + IBN KALIB

Qusai ibn Kilab ibn Murrah (Qusayy or Kusayy) (Arabic: ??? ?? ???? ?? ?????) (c. 400–480) was the great-grandfather of Shaiba ibn Hashim (Abdul-Mutallib). He was fifth in the line of descent to the Prophet Muhammad, and attained supreme power at Mecca. Qusai is amongst the ancestors of Sahaba and the progenitor of the Quraish [1].

 

He was born into the famous Quraysh tribe. When Qusai came of age, a man from the tribe of Khuza'a named Hulail was the trustee of the Ka'bah. Qusai according to Hulail's will, got the trusteeship of the Kaaba after him. He is reputed to have brought great honor and illustriousness to his tribe, due to his wisdom. He reconstructed the Ka'bah from a state of decay, and made the Arab people build their houses around it. He is known to have built the first "town hall" in the Arabian Peninsula. Leaders of different clans met in this hall to discuss their social, commercial, cultural and political problems. A provident leader, Qusai created laws so that pilgrims who went to Mecca were supplied with food and water, which was paid for by a tax that he persuaded his people to pay.

 

Qusai had many sons, some of them are Abd ibn Qusai, who had issue, Abd-al-Dar ibn Qusai, Abd Manaf ibn Qusai and Abd-al-Uzza ibn Qusai.[2][3]