عنوان مقاله [English]
Al-Buwayh were from the original Iranian and Shiite families of the Dileman region of Iran, who claimed independence during the Abbasid caliphate and, while maintaining their apparent authority, seized the Abbasid caliphate in Baghdad and came to power. This Iranian Shiite family played an important role in preserving and expanding the Shiite hadith, jurisprudential, and theological heritage in Iran and Iraq, and consolidating and promoting the foundations of Imami Shiism.were written at that time. Among the historical sources of Al-Buwayh, the book " Tajareb-oll-omam " by Abu Ali al-Muskawiyyah is of great importance and is one of the main sources. This article intends to answer the question: What has been the reflection of the components of Al-Buwayhiyya Shiite identity in Ibn al-Muskawiyyah's book Tajareb-oll-omam? Which of the components of Shiite Imami identity have had the most and the least reflection in his book? Of the six volumes of the book Tajareb-oll-omam, the first, fifth, and sixth volumes were selected as case studies. For this purpose, using the content analysis method, the data were extracted in the three volumes and the research results were analyzed and interpreted with an interpretive approach. According to the research content, the content of the book has been given a lot of attention to the components of Imami Shiite identity, and these components, along with the important symbols and characteristics of Shiite identity in the book, have been widely reflected and confirmed and repeated.