|Muhammad Ibn `Abd Allāh Ibn `Abd al-Muttalib|
عبد المطلب محمدإبن عبدالله إبن
|Born||26 April 570|
|Died||615 (45 years)|
|Beliefs|| Paganism (until 610)|
Medinan Christianity (610-615)
Muhammad (April 26, 570-615, also spelled Mohammad or Mohammed; Arabic: محمد, Aramaic: ܡܘܚܡܕ) was the founder of the Medinan Rite of Christianity.
Muhammad was born in 570 in the city of Mecca to the Umayyad branch of the Banu Hashem family, one of the largest tribes of the ancent Arabia. Orphaned at an early age, he became a trader for some time (where, according to Medinan records, his intellect and divine supremacy were proved) before coming back to Mecca, where, in 610, he went to meditate in a small cavern out of Mecca. There, it is claimed he received a revelation from God himself in the form of Angel Gabriel, where he was revealed the current rites of Christianity were corrupt and the tenets of a new sect, much alike to Miaphysitism.