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Early Persian Poetry from the Beginnings Down to the Time of Firdausi

By: Jackson, A. V. Williams (Abraham Valentine Williams), 1862-1937

...lassic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: EARLY PERSIAN POETRY Author: A. V. WILLIAMS JACKSON Language: English Subject: F... ...... ...of Tei-sian Manuscripts in the MetropoUtan Museum of Art, New York) EARLY PERSIAN POETRY FROM THE BEGINNINGS DOWN TO THE TIME OF FIRDAUSl WITH TEN IL... ...ian Marghu of the Avesta,^ and * Queen of the World/ as it was entitled in medieval times, had witnessed the death of the last Sasanian king, but was ... ...en against four sorts of men who bring him not an atom of comfort, namely, physicians, priests, astrologers, and charm-mongers. FOUR SORTS OF USELESS ... ...ste is somewhat fantastic in its hyperbole, but is not without parallel in medieval Western romance or even in our oldest English epic, which tells of... .... 2 earliest verses in, 16-17 Firdausi used remarkably pure, 83 124 INDEX physicians, declared useless by Khusravani, 50-51 Pickering, C. J., essays ...

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Psychology in medieval Islam

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...iatry as well as psychosomatic medicine. Concepts from medieval Islamic thought have been reexamined by Muslim psychologists and s... ...ates' understanding of the four humors of the body. In medieval Islamic medicine in particular, the study of mental illness was a ... ...nature treatment on the mentally ill could not be generalized as it was in medieval Europe [6] This term was gradually redefined among the educated, a... ...wn as Rhazes in the western tradition (865 – 925), was an influential Persian physician, philosopher, and scientist during the Golden Age of Isla... ...sayn ibn Abdalah ibn-Sina, known to the west as Avicenna (980-1030), was a Persian polymath who is widely regarded for his writings on such diverse su... ... Physicians ... ...wn as Rhazes in the western tradition (865 – 925), was an influential Persian physician, philosopher, and scientist during the Golden Age of Isla... ... Physicians ...

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Flowers from a Persian Garden, And Other Papers

By: Clouston, W. A. (William Alexander), 1843-1896

.... CLOUSTON Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org PERSIAN GARDEN Title: FLOWERS FROM A PERSIAN GARDEN Author: W. A. CLOU... ...... ... or delivering the dictates of experience.—Sir W. Ouseley. FLOWERS FROM A PERSIAN GARDEK AND OTHBE PAPEES. By W.^AfCLOUSTON, AUTHOR OF 'popular TALES... ...d why he did not take part in the debate. He answered: "Ministers are like physicians, and the physician gives medicine to the sick only. Therefore, w... ...th century; in the Summa Praedicantium of John Bromyard, and several other medieval monkish collections of exempla, or stories designed for X 306 APO... ... to the Thames there was not a priest who understood 316 IGNORANCE OF THE MEDIEVAL CLERGY. the liturgy in his mother-tongue, or could translate the e... ...dered into English—and why not, it would be hard to say. IGNORANCE OF THE MEDIEVAL CLEKGY. 317 pass. One is famous among the rest, who being asked by...

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Ophthalmology in medieval Islam

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... Ophthalmology was one of the foremost branches in medieval Islamic medicine. The oculist or kahhal (کحال), a somewhat despise... ...ssion by the Abbasid period, occupying a unique place in royal households. Medieval Islamic scientists (unlike their classical predecessors) considere... ...y suction of soft cataracts, were quite common. Muslim physicians described such conditions as pannus, glaucoma (described as ‘hea... ... and "Simple and Compunded Ophthalmic Drugs".[7]Other significant works in medieval Islamic ophthalmology include Rhazes’ Continens, Ali ibn Isa al-Ka... ...A Medical history of Persia and the eastern caliphate : the development of Persian and Arabic medical sciences, from the earliest times until the year... ... Physicians ...

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Science and Medieval Thought. The Harveian Oration Delivered before the Royal College of Physicians, October 18, 1900

By: Allbutt, T. Clifford (Thomas Clifford), 1836-1925

...CLASS OF '86. Accession No. 1PJ5625 Class No. 'si ^H^VUxM^ SCIENCE AND MEDIEVAL THOUGHT. Pontoon: C. J. CLAY AND SONS, CAMBEIDGE UNIVEESITY PEESS... ...KHAUS. lork: THE MACMILLAN COMPANY. Bomfaag: E. SEYMOUR HALE. SCIENCE AND MEDIEVAL THOUGHT THE HARVEIAN ORATION DELIVERED BEFORE THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF... ...EDIEVAL THOUGHT THE HARVEIAN ORATION DELIVERED BEFORE THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS, OCTOBER 18, 1900, u BY THOMAS CLIFFORD ALLBUTT, M.A., M.D. CANT... ...OM SIR WILLIAM SELBY CHURCH, BART., M.D. PRESIDENT OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS OF LONDON, THIS OEATION, DELIVERED AT HIS REQUEST, IS DEDICATED.... ...strayed into these secret places, to try to distribute some lessons of the medieval thought which, to many of us, seems as sere and outworn as did the... ...len, the first experi- mental physiologist and the last of the great Greek physicians, portrayed for us by Dr Payne in the Harveian Oration of 1896, s... ...rabs " were a mixed throng of orientals ; some of them were Aryans, as the Persians and Nestorians ; some were Arabs, Syrians, or Hebrews. The Xestori...

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Science in the medieval Islamic world

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... Indian Medieval Islamic ... ... Science in the medieval Islamic world (also known, less accurately, as Islamic science or ... ...tists within the Muslim ruled areas were of diverse ethnicities. Most were Persians,[2][3][4][5] others were Arabs, Assyrians and Kurds.[4] and Egypti... ... High Caliphate 2 Medieval Islamic science 2.1 Nota... ... 2.3 Arabs and Moors 2.4 Persians 2.5 Assyrians ... ... 4 Role of Christians 5 Role of Persians 6 See also ... ...Daisan, Babai the Great, Nestorius, Toma bar Yacoub etc.) and the personal physicians of the Abbasid Caliphs were often Assyrian Christians such as th...

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Science and Medieval Thought. The Harveian Oration Delivered before the Royal College of Physicians, October 18, 1900

By: Allbutt, T. Clifford (Thomas Clifford), 1836-1925

... BROCKHAUS. jjieto lorfe: THE MACMILLAN COMPANY. E. SEYMOUR HALE. SCIENCE AND MEDIEVAL THOUGHT THE HARVEIAN ORATION DELIVERED BEFORE THE ROYAL COLLEG... ...ND MEDIEVAL THOUGHT THE HARVEIAN ORATION DELIVERED BEFORE THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS, OCTOBER 18, 1900, BY THOMAS CLIFFORD ALLBUTT, M.A., M.D. CA... ...36. TO SIR WILLIAM SELBY CHURCH, BART, M.D. PRESIDENT OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS OF LONDON, THIS OEATION, DELIVEEED AT HIS BEQUEST, IS DEDICA... ...has strayed into these secret places, to try to distribute some lessons of the medieval thought which, to many of us, seems as sere and outworn as did... ...s did the relics of Gothic shrines to our great-grandfathers. For, as in those medieval generations which lay nearest us the furnace had cooled, impat... ...f Galen, the first experi- mental physiologist and the last of the great Greek physicians, portrayed for us by Dr Payne in the Harveian Oration of 189... ... " Arabs " were a mixed throng of orientals ; some of them were Aryans, as the Persians and Nestorians ; some were Arabs, Syrians, or Hebrews. The Nes...

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Ibn Sina Academy of Medieval Medicine and Sciences

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... Ibn Sina Academy Ibn Sina Academy of Medieval Medicine and Sciences (IAMMS) (Urdu: ابن سینا اکا ڈ می آف میڈ یول ... ...objectives To promote studies in the works of physicians and scientists — particularly Ibn Sina and his contemporaries — ... ...e gate of academy Ibn Sina Academy of Medieval Medicine and Sciences is an extension of Majlis Ibn Sina, which wa... ... merged and came under one trustee organisation, i.e., Ibn Sina Academy of Medieval Medicine and Sciences in 2000. It was formally inaugurated on 21 A... ...cs and a large number of periodicals. Books in many languages like Arabic, Persian, Urdu, Sanskrit and English on subjects like History of Medicine an... ...icine and sciences. The museum has categorically the pictures and busts of physicians belonging to Mesopotamia, Babylonian, Egyptians, Greeks, Arab an... ... manuscripts, catalogues, medical philately, medical souvenirs, memoirs of physicians including Nobel laureates, etc., are preserved and exhibited. ... ...cs and a large number of periodicals. Books in many languages like Arabic, Persian, Urdu, Sanskrit and English on subjects like History of Medicine an...

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The History of Medieval Europe

By: Thorndike, Lynn, 1882-1965; Shotwell, James Thomson, 1874-1965

...ORNDIKE Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF MEDIEVAL EUROPE Title: THE HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL EUROPE Author: LYNN THO... ...... ...le of Contents indicates the general plan of the volume, which is to treat medieval Europe as a whole and to hang the story upon a single thread, rath... ...its greatest extent 161-180 Reign of Marcus Aurelius; signs of decline 227 Persian Kingdom replaces the Parthian 251 Decius defeated and slain by the ... ...untry. Because the Celtic, Teutonic, Slavic, Greek, Latin, Sans- krit, and Persian tonguesseem to belong to a single linguistic The Aryans system, itu... ...ve " There is a similar passage in the Greek historian Herodotus about the Persians. 46 THE HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL EUROPE to turn to the Icelandic Eddas... ...uls; he reduced the soldiers' pay and the fees and pensions of lawyers and physicians and the imperial post by relays of horses. On the other hand, he... ...d Oriental dress and ways. They employed Mohammedan agricultural laborers, physicians, and dancing-girls. They sometimes formed alliances with Moslems... ...in which were in large measure merely translations of the works of Arabian physicians, but which none the less helped to in- crease the knowledge of t...

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Medicine in the medieval Islamic world

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...l community strived to find ways to care for the health of the human body. Medieval Islam developed hospitals, expanded the practice of surgery. Impor... ...ospitals, expanded the practice of surgery. Important medical thinkers and physicians of this time were Al-Razi (Rhazes) and Ibn Sina (Avicenna). Thei... ...particular (under his Latinized name Avicenna) was also influential on the physicians of later medieval Europe. Throughout the medieval Islamic world,... ...s Latinized name Avicenna) was also influential on the physicians of later medieval Europe. Throughout the medieval Islamic world, medicine was includ... ...thors). The Corpus included a number of treatises which greatly influenced medieval Islamic medical literature. ... ...al Islamic culture. Responding to circumstances of time and place, Islamic physicians and scholars developed a large and complex medical literature ex... ... The first encyclopedia of medicine in Arabic language[11] was Persian scientist Ali ibn Sahl Rabban al-Tabari's Firdous al-Hikmah ("Parad... ... al-Razi Zakariya Razi, commonly known as Rhazes, was a Persian physician, alchemist and chemist, philosopher, scholar, and a promi... ... Ibn Sina, more commonly known in west as Avicenna was a Persian polymath and physician of the tenth and eleventh centuries. He was ...

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New Medieval and Modern History

By: Harding, Samuel Bannister, 1866-1927; Hart, Albert Bushnell, 1854-1943

... < s o2 -3 fe g .s - T3 ^ ^ - "o M ^J S a. > o S ESSENTIALS IN HISTORY NEW MEDIEVAL AND MODERN HISTORY BY SAMUEL BANNISTER HARDING, PH.D. FORMERLY P... ...F EUROPEAN HISTORY, INDIANA UNIVERSITY Based upon the authors "Essentials in Medieval jn3 JVlo^srn History " prepared in consultation v>:th ALBERT BUS... ...R, A.M. ,/ESSENTIALS IN AMERICAN HISTORY , Y ALBERT BUSHNELL HART, LL.D. NEW MEDIEVAL AND MODERN HISTORY BY SAMUEL BANNISTER HARDING, PH.D. NEW AMERIC... ...mbodied in a book called the Koran'. It contains also Jewish, Christian, and Persian elements. For example, the Hebrew patriarchs and prophets, includ... ...on the river Tigris; Cairo, on the lower Nile; and Cordova, in Spain. Greek, Persian, Syrian, Egyptian, Spanish, and Hindu elements entered into this ... ...s ; Greek engineers taught them the art of fortification ; and Jewish orArab physicians cared forthem in time of sickness. Thus in innumerable ways th... ...MMERCE sugar, silks, and other goods, which came from the East by way of the Persian Gulf or the Red Sea. In the fourteenth century Venice possessed a... ...al ; social, military, and educational. Western shipbuilders* engineers, and physicians were invited into the land, under promise of security, rewards... ...putum of persons suffering from that disease. Knowledge of the cause enables physicians to treat those diseases more intelligently. Remedies called "a...

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Safavid dynasty

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...wo groups was inevitable, because the Qizilbash "were no party to the national Persian tradition". Between 1508 and 1524, the year of Ismail's death,... ... 1508 and 1524, the year of Ismail's death, the shah appointed five successive Persians to the office of vakil. When the second Persian vakil was plac... ...Sir Thomas Herbert, who accompanied the British embassy to Persia in 1628, the Persians relied heavily on support from the Europeans in manufacturing ... ..., "Isfahan is half the world". Poetry stagnated under the Safavids; the great medieval ghazal form languished in over-the-top lyricism. Poetry lack... ...e Golden Age of Persia, Phoenix Press, 2000, p. 234 Medicine The status of physicians during the Safavids stood as high as ever. Whereas neither t... ... social status to their doctors, Iranians had from ancient times honored their physicians, who were often appointed counselors of the Shahs. This woul...

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A Guide to the Study of Medieval History for Students, Teachers, And Libraries

By: Paetow, Louis John, 1880-1928

... PAETOW Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF MEDIEVAL HISTORY Title: GUIDE TO THE STUDY OF MEDIEVAL HISTORY Author:... ...... ...TEACHERS, AND LIBRARIES BY LOUIS JOHN PAETOW, PH.D. ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF MEDIEVAL HISTORY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA P... ...ast. 6. Justinian 's administration of the empire. The Byzantine army. The Persian wars against Chosroes. Disastrous financial policy. Eelations with ... ...568. The Slavs crossed the Danube and moved into the Balkan peninsula. The Persian wars dragged on until 591, and were resumed again in 603. The rebel... ...gnized, however, by Pope Gregory the Great. 3. Heraclius, 610-641, and the Persians. Under Chosroes they captured Jerusalem in 614 and in 616 overran ... ...new, New York, 1910, are popular books written for Roman Catholic readers. Physicians and surgeons. H. BERTHATJD, Les medecins et chirur- giens des ro... ..., 56-57, 181, 822-835, 405- 410. Phranza, T., Fall of Constantinople, 328. Physicians, 435. Physics, 433. Piat, C., Aristotle, 397. Picarda, E., Hanse...

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Al-Natili

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...-Amuli (الحسين بن ابراهيم بن الحسن بن خورشيد الطبري النطيلي الآملی), was a Persian physician from Tabaristan. He flourished in the... ... Categories 10th-century births Medieval Persian physicians Physicians of medieval Is... ...ies 10th-century births Medieval Persian physicians Physicians of medieval Islam ... ... 10th-century births Medieval Persian physicians Physicians of medieval Islam ... ... Physicians of medieval Islam 10th-century physicians People from Amol Yea... ... Year of death missing Translators of medieval Islam Greek–Arabic translators ...

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A Dictionary of Medieval Romance and Romance Writers

By: Spence, Lewis, 1874-1955

...ublic Library.org ROMANCE AND ROMANCE WRITERS Title: A DICTIONARY OF MEDIEVAL ROMANCE AND ROMANCE WRITERS Author: LEWIS SPENCE Language: English... ...... ...ourwhichwill save much labour to others." — Tke Scotsman. A DICTIONARY OF MEDIEVAL ROMANCE AND ROMANCE WRITERS BY LEWIS SPENCE AUTHOR OF "A DICTIONAE... ...ehee, to meet with a disdainful refusal. This caused him to fall sick. The physicians could do nothing for him, not knowing the cause of his malady wh... ...The name of Flegetanismight be the Latin transcription of Feleke- Daneh, a Persian compound word, which signifies astrologer or astro- nomer, and in t... ... name, invented by Guyot, is doubtless derived from farisi-fal, a compound Persian word signi- fying " ignorant knight," and alludes to the ignorance ... ...d by Andronica and Sophro- syne on his passage home. When they reached the Persian Gulf, the knight pursued his journey by land, arrived at Egypt, and...

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Husayni Isfahani

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...h al-Din Ali ibn Amirin Husayni Isfahani (aka Hondemir) was a 15th-century Persian physician and scientist from Isfahan, Iran. He is best known for a ... ... Fateme Keshavarz, A Descriptive and Analytical Catalogue of Persian Manuscripts in the Library of the Wellcome Institute for the Histor... ...ine, 1986), pp 386–7. Storey PL II,3 C.A. Storey, Persian Literature: A Bio-Bibliographical Survey. Volume II, Part 3: F. Enc... ... Medicine in the medieval Islamic world ... ... Physicians ... ... Abd al-Latif al-Baghdadi (medieval writer) ... ... Ibn Sina Academy of Medieval Medicine and Sciences ... ... Categories Physicians of medieval Islam Medieval Persian physici... ... Medieval Persian physicians 15th-century physicians 15th-century Iranian people ...

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Arabian Medicine, Being the Fitzpatrick Lectures Delivered at the College of Physicians in November 1919 and November 1920

By: Browne, Edward Granville, 1862-1926

...CANADA, LTD. TOKYO : MARUZEN-KABUSHIKI-KAISHA ALL RIGHTS RESERVED The Rival Physicians (See pp. 89-90 of the text} ARABIAN MEDICINE BEING THE F1TZPA... ... ARABIAN MEDICINE BEING THE F1TZPATRICK LECTURES DELIVERED ATTHE COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS IN NOVEMBER 1919 AND NOVEMBER 1920 BY EDWARD G. BROWNE, M.B., ... ...RIDGE R TO SIR NORMAN MOORE, BART., M.D., PRESIDENT OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS, IN ADMIRATION OF HIS CATHOLIC SCHOLARSHIP, IN GRATITUDE FOR H... ...accompanied by very beautiful presents) signed by a number of representative Persians, expressing their ap- preciation ofthe services which, they were... ... of the modern learning; and on the other to suggest to lovers of Arabic and Persian litera- ture in the wider sense that hitherto they have perhaps a... ...exclusion of the scientific Weltanschauung which, to a greater degree in the medieval East than in the moderti West, forms the background of these lig... ...ndeed, as I have attempted to show in these vi Preface pages 1 , that great Persian poem the Mathnawi of Jalalu'd-Din Riimf will be better appreciate... ... in the technical works in question. Nor is much help to be derived from the medieval translations of the " Latino- Barbari," who too often simply pre... ...ch as the following on the death of Yuhanna ibn Masawayhi (the Mesues of the medieval writers) in A.D. 857 : i a-,. k:..,,j *9 '<*5I_J* 3 *..>.iv .' J...

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Qumri

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...Abu Mansur Hasan ibn Nuh Qumri (Persian: ابو منصور حسن بن نوح قمری‎) was a Persian physician of the 10th ce... ... Medicine in the medieval Islamic world ... ... Physicians ... ... Abd al-Latif al-Baghdadi (medieval writer) ... ... Ibn Sina Academy of Medieval Medicine and Sciences ... ... Categories Medieval Persian physicians 990s deaths ... ... Categories Medieval Persian physicians 990s deaths Physicia... ... Physicians of medieval Islam 10th-century physicians Court physicians Yea...

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Biography of Eminent American Physicians and Surgeons

By: Stone, R. French (Richard French)

... BIOGRAPHY OF EMINENT AMERICAN PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS by R. FRENCH STONE ... ...BOOK FOR THE PEOPLE AND ENTIRE MEDICAL PROFESSION BIOGRAPHY EMINENT AMERICAN PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS SECOND, REVISED AND ENLARGED EDITION REPRESENTING... ... MATERIA MBDICA, THCRAPEUTIC9AND CLINICAL MEDICINE IN THE CENTRAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, INDIANAPOLIS. Pro qitique sui memores alias fece... ...and systems of medicine are as credulous to-day as were those in ancient and medieval ages. With this difference, however, when thoroughly tested in t... ...m College in Calcutta for successfully passing examinations in the Sanscrit, Persian, Hin- dostaniand Bengali languages. Close applica- tion to his du... ...f a nerve, and every swelling of a muscle, had been described and named. The medieval worthies who, at the revival of learning, had renewed and enlarg...

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Albubather

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...u Bakr al-Hassan ibn al-Khasib, also al-Khaseb, Albubather in Latin, was a Persian physician and astrologer of the 9th century. He... ...ysician and astrologer of the 9th century. He wrote in Persian and Arabic and is best known by his work De nativitatibus which was... ... Medicine in the medieval Islamic world ... ... Physicians ... ... Abd al-Latif al-Baghdadi (medieval writer) ... ... Ibn Sina Academy of Medieval Medicine and Sciences ... ...ng 9th-century deaths Medieval Persian physicians Persian astrologers ... ... 9th-century deaths Medieval Persian physicians Persian astrologers ... ... Physicians of medieval Islam 9th-century physicians 9th-century Iranian people ...

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A Dictionary of Medieval Romance and Romance Writers

By: Spence, Lewis, 1874-1955

...CE by LEWIS SPENCE A DICTIONARY OF MEDIEVAL ROMANCE AND ROMANCE WRITERS UNIFORM WITH THIS VOLUME DICTIONARI... ...o others."—7"A^ Scotsman. .A^ i f \i 'b^ A DICTIONARY ^' ^^'''^^ '^ OF t»l» MEDIEVAL ROMANCE AND ROMANCE WRITERS BY LEWIS SPENCE ADTHOK OF "A DICTION... ... literature and folklore. L. S. 6, Sylvan Place, eoinbubgh. A DICTIONARY OF MEDIEVAL ROMANCE AND ROMANCE WRITERS ACCOLON OF GAUL. A knight loved by M... ...Felice, to meet with a disdainful refusal. This caused him to fall sick. The physicians could do nothing for him, not kno\ving the cause of his malady... ... The name of Flegetanis might be the Latin transcription of Feleke- Daneh, a Persian compound word, which signifies astrologer or astro- nomer, and in... ...is name, invented by Guyot, is doubtless derived from farisi-fal, a compound Persian word signi- fying " ignorant knight," and alludes to the ignoranc... ...ted by Androniea and Sophro- syne on his passage home. When they reached the Persian Gulf, the knight pursued his Journey by land, arrived at Egypt, a...

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Al-Nagawri

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...Shahab al-Din ibn ‘Abd al-Karim Qivam al-Nagawri was a 14th-century Persian physician. Shihab al-Din al-Nagawri composed se... ...al handbook composed in 1392 and a short dictionary of drugs. His metrical Persian compendium on therapeutics was written in 1388 and was often known ... .... References C.A. Storey, Persian Literature: A Bio-Bibliographical Survey. Volume II, Part 2: E.Medi... ... Medicine in the medieval Islamic world ... ... Physicians ... ... Abd al-Latif al-Baghdadi (medieval writer) ... ... Ibn Sina Academy of Medieval Medicine and Sciences ... ... Categories Medieval Persian physicians 14th-century physicians ... ...icians 14th-century physicians Physicians of medieval Islam 14th-century Iranian peo...

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The Gentile Nations : Or, The History and Religion of the Egyptians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Medes, Persians, Greeks, And Romans : Collected from Ancient Authors and Holy Scripture, And Including the Recent Discoveries in Egyptian, Persian, And Assyrian Inscriptions : Forming a Complete Connexion of Sacred and Profane History and Showing the Fulfilment of Sacred Prophecy

By: Smith, George, 1800-1868

...NATIONS OR, e History intfr OF THE EGYPTIANS, ASSYRIANS, BABYLONIANS, MEDES, PERSIANS, GREEKS, AND ROMANS; COLLECTED FROM ANCIENT AUTHORS AND HOLY SCR... ...UTHORS AND HOLY SCRIPTURE, AND INCLUDING TUE RECENT DISCOVERIES IN EGYPTIAN, PERSIAN, AND ASSYRIAN INSCRIPTIONS I FORMING A COMPLETE CONNEXION OF SACR... ...phra of Scripture Defeated and put to death by Amosis Conquest of Egypt by a Persian Army TWENTY-SEVENTH DYNASTY Era of Persian Rule Successful Govern... ... Greece. Darius, having hurt his foot while hunting, found that the Egyptian physicians, to whose care he intrusted him self, were making no progress ... ...ind to one s cattle, and faithful to masters; to give the priests their due, physicians their fees. But with these sound precepts others, fanciful and... ...fanciful and superstitious, are regarded of equal importance ; for instance, physicians are enjoined to practise their sanitary experiments on infidel... ...is further observable that this Osirian worship, which was introduced in the medieval period of Egyptian history, stood intimately connected with the ...

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Yuhanna ibn Bukhtishu

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...Yuhanna ibn Bukhtishu (Johannes Bukhtishu) was a 9th-century Persian[1] or Syriac[2] physician from Khuzestan, Persia.[3][4] ... ... (or Bakhtishu‘) was a member of a prominent family of Nestorian Christian physicians originally from Jundishapur in Khuzastan who worked in Baghdad f... ...d from the 8th through the 10th centuries. The name is composite of middle Persian Bukht (saved)[5] and Syriac Ishu' (Jesus), which means saved by Jes... ...882–1884) vol. I p. 202. For the family of physicians, see Lutz Richter-Bernburg, "Boktisu" in Encyclopædia Iranica, e... ...S. National Library of Medicine ^ The first Persian Muslims, who replaced the Persian Christian physicians (bukhtishu' ... ... ^ The first Persian Muslims, who replaced the Persian Christian physicians (bukhtishu' and Maswaih or Masua), was Ahmad b. Al-Tayib al-Sara... ... Medicine in the medieval Islamic world ... ... Abd al-Latif al-Baghdadi (medieval writer) ... ... Ibn Sina Academy of Medieval Medicine and Sciences ...

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A Guide to the Study of Medieval History for Students, Teachers, And Libraries

By: Paetow, Louis John, 1880-1928

...... ...TEACHERS, AND LIBRARIES BY LOUIS JOHN PAETOW, PH.D. ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF MEDIEVAL HISTORY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA^W... ...ced in the century since the close of the Napoleonic wars. Such a task for medieval history is attempted in this Guide. The book has grown out of mime... ...ast. 6. Justinian 's administration of the empire. The Byzantine army. The Persian wars against Chosroes. Disastrous financial policy. Relations with ... ...568. The Slavs crossed the Danube and moved into the Balkan peninsula. The Persian wars dragged on until 591, and were resumed again in 603. The rebel... ...gnized, however, by Pope Gregory the Great. 3. Heraclius, 610-641, and the Persians. Under Chosroes they captured Jerusalem in 614 and in 616 overran ... ...new, New York, 1910, are popular books written for Roman Catholic readers. Physicians and surgeons. H. BERTHAUD, Les medecins et chirur- giens des roi... ..., 56-57, 181, 822-835, 405- 410. Phranza, T., Fall of Constantinople, 328. Physicians, 435. Physics, 433. Piat, C., Aristotle, 397. Picarda, E., Hanse...

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Shapur ibn Sahl

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...Sābūr ibn Sahl (شاپور بن سهل گندیشاپوری; d. 869 CE) was a 9th-century Persian Christian physician from the Academy of Gundishapur. ... ... Medicine in the medieval Islamic world ... ... Physicians ... ... Abd al-Latif al-Baghdadi (medieval writer) ... ... Ibn Sina Academy of Medieval Medicine and Sciences ... ... Categories Articles containing Persian-language text Articles containing Arabic-lang... ...rabic-language text 869 deaths Physicians of medieval Islam Medieval Persian physici... ... Physicians of medieval Islam Medieval Persian physicians 9th-century physicians ... ... Medieval Persian physicians 9th-century physicians People from Baghdad ...

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Persian Literature, Comprising the Shah Nameh, The Rubaiyat, The Divan and the Gulistan, With a Special Introd. By Richard J.H. Gottheil : Volume 2

By: Firdawsi; Fitzgerald, Edward, 1809-1883; Gottheil, Richard James Horatio, 1862-1966; Sadi; Hafiz, 14th Cent

...ssic Literature Collection World Public Library.org VOL. II Title: PERSIAN LITERATURE, VOL. II Author: RICHARD J. H. GOTTHEIL Language: Englis... ...ting THE GULISTAN BY SA'DI [Translation by James Ross'] INTRODUCTION THE Persian poet Sa'di, generally known in literary his- tory as Muslih-al-Din,... ...wth of fruit and flower which their genius gave to the world. Hafiz is the Persian Anacreon. As he raises his voice of thrilling and unvarying sweetne... ...n us in this discussion ? " He replied, " Such ministers of state are like physicians, and a physician will prescribe a medicine only to a sick man ; ... ...the almost afflicted Christian seeks support in the frantic loyalty of the medieval and expectation of future rewards for good- modern Japanese was bu...

English literature -- Translations from Persian ; Persian literature -- Translations into English

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Muhammad ibn Mahmud Amuli

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...Muhammad ibn Mahmud al-Amuli was a medieval Persian physician from Amol, Iran. He wrote an... ...Muhammad ibn Mahmud al-Amuli was a medieval Persian physician from Amol, Iran. He wrote an Arabic c... ... Between 1335 and 1342, Amoli also composed a large and widely read Persian encyclopedia on the classification of knowledge titled (Nafa'is al-... ... note 11. E. Sachau and H. Ethé, Catalogue of the Persian, Turkish, Hindûstânî and Pushtû Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library... ... Medicine in the medieval Islamic world ... ... Physicians ... ... Abd al-Latif al-Baghdadi (medieval writer) ... ... Categories Medieval Persian physicians 14th-century births ... ...ury births 14th-century deaths Physicians of medieval Islam 14th-century physicians ...

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Old-Time Makers of Medicine : The Story of the Students and Teachers of the Sciences Related to Medicine during the Middle Ages

By: Walsh, James Joseph, 1865-1942

...tion thus presented aroused so much interest, the accomplishments of the physicians and surgeons of a period that is usu­ ally thought quite sterile... ... · VI PREFACE commend it to present-day readers, and that is that our medieval medical colleagues, when medicine em­ braced most of science, face... ...UCTION 1 IL GRBAT PHYSICI~NS IN E~BLY CHBISTI~ TD08 93 III. GRB~T JBWISH PHYSICIANS 61 IV. MAIHONWBS 90 V. GRB~T ARABI~N PHYSICIUS • 109 VI. THB... ...AT SllBRNO. • 141 VII. CONSTANTINB AFRIC~NUS • 163 VIlle MBDIBV£L WOKEN PHYSICIANS • 177 IX. MONDINO AND THB MBDIC~L SCHOOL 01' BOLOGN~ 209 X. GB... ... original scientific thought from a Roman. Though so much nearer in time medieval medicine seems much farther away from us than is Greek medicine.... ...most total lack of significance. It is with the idea of showing that the medieval generations, as far as was possible in their conditions, not only... ...fonndatioD of the school at DjoDdis8bour in Arabistan or Khusistan by the Persian monarch Chosroes, some Jewish physicians come into"promi. nence a... ...t trom U8 DOW, lying as it does in the province jut above the bead of the Persian Gulf, aDd it is 8 little hard to understand its becoming 8 centre ... ... of any kind among them except that at the end of the sixth century, the Persian King Chosroes I, who was much interested in medicine, encouraged ...

...Great physicians in early Christian times.--Great Jewish physicians.--Maimonides.--Great Arabian physicians.--The medical school at Salerno.--Constantine Africanus.--Medieval women physicians.--Mondino and the medical school of Bol...

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Abul Hasan al-Tabari

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...Abu-l-Hasan Ahmad ibn Mohammad al-Tabari, born in Amol, was a 10th-century Persian physician from Tabaristan. He was the physician... ... See also Medicine in the medieval Islamic world List of Iranian scientists ... ... Medicine in the medieval Islamic world ... ... Physicians ... ... Abd al-Latif al-Baghdadi (medieval writer) ... ... Categories Medieval Persian physicians 10th-century physicians ... ... Categories Medieval Persian physicians 10th-century physicians ... ...icians 10th-century physicians Physicians of medieval Islam People from Amol ...

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Old-Time Makers of Medicine : The Story of the Students and Teachers of the Sciences Related to Medicine during the Middle Ages

By: Walsh, James Joseph, 1865-1942

...tion thus presented aroosed 80 much interest, the acoomplishments of the physicians and surgeons of a period that is D8D­ aUy thought quite sterile ... ... • vi PBBFAOB commend it to present-day reeders, and that ia that our medieval medical colleagues, when medicine em­ braced moot of science, face... ...ought . . ' :':', " from a Roman. o : . ". Though 80 much nearer in time medieval medicine : ..... :.:.. . seems much farther away from us than is ... ...lmost total lack of signi6cance. It is with tbe idea of showing that the medieval generations, as far 8S was possible in their conditions, Dot only... ...ish the old Roman Olympian religion, wrote to Oribasins, one of the great physicians of this time, who was also an important official of his househ... ...istian physician is to be found in what we know of the existence of women physicians in the fourth and fifth centuries. Theodosia, the mother lNrB... ...foundation of the school at Djondisabonr in Arabistan or Kbusiatan by the Persian monarch Choaroes, some Jewish physicians come into promi­ Dence 8S... ... of any kind among them except that at the end of the sixth century, the Persian King Chosroes I, who was much interested in medicine, encouraged ... ... into Avi· cenna. He was born toward the end of the tenth century in the Persian province of CborasaD, at the beight of Arabian influence, and is s...

...Great physicians in early Christian times.--Great Jewish physicians.--Maimonides.--Great Arabian physicians.--The medical school at Salerno.--Constantine Africanus.--Medieval women physicians.--Mondino and the medical school of Bol...

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Ibn Abi al-Ashʿath

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... al-Ashʿath (Arabic: أحمد بن محمد بن محمد بن أبي الأشعث‎; d. 975 CE) was a Persian physician of medieval Islam. He wrote a large number of commentarie... ...أحمد بن محمد بن محمد بن أبي الأشعث‎; d. 975 CE) was a Persian physician of medieval Islam. He wrote a large number of commentaries on Galen's works.[1... ... Medicine in the medieval Islamic world ... ... Physicians ... ... Abd al-Latif al-Baghdadi (medieval writer) ... ... CS1 Arabic-language sources (ar) Physicians of medieval Islam Medieval Persian physici... ... Physicians of medieval Islam Medieval Persian physicians 975 deaths D... ... Date of birth unknown 10th-century physicians 10th-century Iranian people ... ... al-Ashʿath (Arabic: أحمد بن محمد بن محمد بن أبي الأشعث‎; d. 975 CE) was a Persian physician of medieval Islam. He wrote a large number of commentarie...

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Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Bononiensis : Proceedings of the Fourth International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies : Bologna, 26 August to 1 September 1979

By: Interational Congress of Neo Latin Studies (4th; 1979; Bologna, Italy); Schoeck, Richard J; State University of New York at Binghamton. Center for Medieval and Early Renaissance Studies

...Renaissance texts & sCaòies Binghamton, New York 1985 © Copyright 1985 Center for Medieval &. Early Renaissance Studies University Center at Binghamt... ...atin Studies (4th : 1979 : Bologna, Italy) Acta conventus neo-latini bononiensis. (Medieval &. Renaissance texts &. studies ; 37) Includes index. 1. L... ...edieval &. Renaissance texts &. studies ; 37) Includes index. 1. Latin literature, Medieval and modem—History and criti- cism—Congresses . 2 . Latin l... ...nsidered traveling to Egypt. But Father duMans, a Capuchin and interpreter for the Persian Court, persuaded Kaempfer to accept employment as a physi- ... ...ever (probably malaria), compiled observations on the electric torpedo fish of the Persian Gulf, the bituminous liquid thought to be the authentic em-... ...tuminous liquid thought to be the authentic em- balmingmummy of ancient Egypt, the Persian dracunculus or worm which infests the human body, and asafe... ...al teaching and the way of life led by the ministers of the Church, as well as the physicians and, covertly, (the philologists) Baudius and Heinsius, ...

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Nafi ibn al-Harith

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... Medicine in the medieval Islamic world ... ... Physicians ... ... Abd al-Latif al-Baghdadi (medieval writer) ... ... Ibn Sina Academy of Medieval Medicine and Sciences ... ...abah Arab people Medieval Arab physicians Medieval Persian physicians ... ... Medieval Arab physicians Medieval Persian physicians 670 deaths P... ... Persian physicians 670 deaths Physicians of medieval Islam 7th-century physicians ...

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Classical Persian Literature

By: A. J. Arberry

...ssic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: CLASSICAL PERSIAN LITERATURE Author: A. J. ARBERRY Language: English Subject: Fict... ...... ...on andReason in Islam The Seven OJcs A. J. ARBERRY LlttD., F.B.A. CLASSICAL PERSIAN LITERATURE Ruskin House GEORGE ALLEN & UNW1N LTD MUSEUM STRBBT LO... ... V Kvc Satjtii} Poets no VI $om$ Historians of the Thirtwnth Century 139 Vff Medieval Persian Fiction 164 VIII Sa'JiofS/urfy 186 IX Rufnl 214 X Minor ... ... Man$Qr, and it happened that he fell sick of a malady which baffled all the physicians. My name was famous among them because of the breadth of my re... ... 'strife-poem* in which Night and Day are depicted as competing in a kind of medieval disputation. Minuchihri in the course ofhis ode pays a striking ... ...^ though iaterest- ing as specimens of how Persian prose served the needs of physicians and geographers, hardly rank as examples of lelles lettres. Th... ...iscovered and the text is thought to have been considerably tampered with by medieval copyists. In this respect Nasr Allah has suffered the same fate ... ...licted with an ailment which grew chronic, and remained established, and the physicians were unable to cure it. So the Amir Manser sent messengers to ...

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Hakim-e-Gilani

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...Hakim Ali ibn Kamal al-Din Muhammad Gilani (Persian: حكيم علی بن كمال الدين محمد الگيلانی‎‎) was a 16th-century Persian... ... Medicine in the medieval Islamic world ... ... Physicians ... ... Abd al-Latif al-Baghdadi (medieval writer) ... ... Ibn Sina Academy of Medieval Medicine and Sciences ... ... Categories Articles containing Persian-language text 16th-century Persian physicians... ...ontaining Persian-language text 16th-century Persian physicians 1609 deaths Physicia...

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Biography of Eminent American Physicians and Surgeons. 2D, Rev. And Enl. Ed., Representing All Schools of Medicine

By: Stone, Richard French

... BIOGRAPHY OF EMINENT AMERICAN PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS by R. FRENCH STONE ... ...FOR THE PROPT.R AND ENTIRR MKniCAI, PROFHSKION BIOGRAPHY OF EMINENT AMERICAN PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS SECOND, REVISED AND ENLARGED EDITION REPRESENTING... ...eria Mkdica, Thi;rapeutic3and Clinical Medicine in the Centrai •- College of Physicians and Surgkons, Indianapolis. /Vo guigur sui mrmores alios fecer... ...and systems of medicine are as credulous to-day as were those in ancient and medieval ages. With this difference, however, when thoroughly tested in t... ...edical Examiner of the Cath- olic Knights of America. He is a contributor to medieval literature on subjects relating to his special branches of the p... ...e of its organization, and president in 1855 ; and of the Pennsylvania State Medieval Society, of wliich he has been seci-etary and vice-president, an... ...m College in Calcutta for successfully passing examinations in the Sanscrit, Persian, Hin- dostani and Bengali languages. Close applica- tion to his d...

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Mansur ibn Ilyas

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...lyās ( منصور ابن محمد ابن احمد ابن يوسف ابن الياس) was a late 14th century Persian physician from Shiraz, Timurid Persia. Mansur w... ...murid Persia. Mansur was from a family of scholars and physicians active for several generations in the city of Shiraz. He dedicat... ..., a general medical encyclopaedia and a study of anatomy, to rulers of the Persian province of Fars. Works: ... ... Sources C.A. Storey, Persian Literature: A Bio-Bibliographical Survey. Volume II, Part 2: E.Medi... ... Medicine in the medieval Islamic world ... ... Physicians ... ... Abd al-Latif al-Baghdadi (medieval writer) ... ... Ibn Sina Academy of Medieval Medicine and Sciences ... ... Categories Medieval Persian physicians 14th-century physicians ...

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Medieval Greek Texts : Being a Collection of the Earliest Compositions in Vulgar Greek Prior to the Year 1500

By: Wägner, Wilhelm, 1800-1886; Gidel, Charles Antoine, 1827-1900; Philological Society (Great Britain)

...iterature Collection World Public Library.org TEXTS, PART I Title: MEDIEVAL GREEK TEXTS, PART I Author: WILHELM WAGNER Language: English Subj... ...... ...h he generally is—and patience is a very necessary virtue for an editor of Medieval Greek texts ;—but I will rather refer the reader to Maurophrydes's... ...nd other arts. But her love was so excessive that she fell ill, though the physicians could not tell the nature of her disease. About this time three ... ... the wrath of Heaven against his enemies. He retires into a con- vent. The Persians begin a war against the Greeks, and the Emperor prepares an army a... ...iles perhaps misreading the MS. The Greek army is vic- torious against the Persians. The Persian king sends an embassy with rich presents and offers t...

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Amin al-Din Rashid al-Din Vatvat

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...Amin al-Din Rashid al-Din Vatvat was a 13th-century Persian physician. The National Library of Medicine pos... ... The National Library of Medicine possesses an untitled Persian treatise on general preparation of food and drink which gives the a... ...manuscript where the author is given as Amin al-Din Rashid al-Din Otaji. A Persian tabular treatise on the same topic written by Amin al-Din Otaji and... ... the governor of Khvarazm (a northern province of Persia) to two prominent physicians in Baghdad, Abu al-Barakat al-Baghdad (d. 1165CE) and Ibn al-Til... ... Medicine in the medieval Islamic world ... ... Physicians ... ... Abd al-Latif al-Baghdadi (medieval writer) ... ... Ibn Sina Academy of Medieval Medicine and Sciences ... ... Categories Medieval Persian physicians 13th-century physicians ...

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