Aḥmad ibn Muḥammad ibn al-Faqih al-Hamadani (Persian: احمد بن محمد ابن الفقيه الهمذانی) (fl. 902) was a 10th-century Persian historian and geographer, famous for his Mukhtasar Kitab al-Buldan ("Concise Book of Lands") written in Arabic.
In the 1870s the Dutch orientalist Michael Jan de Goeje edited a selection of geography works of Arab geographers in an 8-volume series titled Bibliotheca geographorum Arabicorum published by Lugduni-Batavae (Leiden) Brill publishers. Al-Hamadhānī's Mukhtasar Kitab al-Buldan was published in volume 5 of this series.
In 1967 second editions were printed by Dar Sadir (Beirut) and E.J. Brill (Lugduni Batavorum).
- Ibn al-Fakih al-Hamadhānī (1870), Goeje, M. J. de (ed.), "Compendium libri Kitāb Al-Boldān auctore Ibn al-Fakih al-Hamadhānī", Bibliotheca geographorum Arabicorum (in Arabic and Latin), Lugdunum Batavorum (Leiden): Brill, 5