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Language of data  |   Arabic

ʿUyūn al-anbāʾ fī ṭabaqāt al-aṭibbāʾ

Author

Date of creation
  • 7th century   Hegirian
    13th century   Gregorian
Preferred title

ʿUyūn al-anbāʾ fī ṭabaqāt al-aṭibbāʾ   Arabic  IDEO-IFAO transliteration scheme

عيون الأنباء في طبقات الأطباء   Arabic  

Variant title work
  • Tārīḫ al-aṭibbāʾ   Arabic  IDEO-IFAO transliteration scheme
  • Ṭabaqāt al-aṭibbāʾ   Arabic  IDEO-IFAO transliteration scheme
Variant title expression
  • Alexandrian physicians and their Christian and other contemporaries   English  
  • Arab and other physicians of the earliest Islamic period   English  
  • Famous physicians amongst those in Egypt   English  
  • Famous Syrian physicians   English  
  • Greek physicians descended from Asclepius   English  
  • Greek physicians to whom Hippocrates transmitted the art of medicine   English  
  • Iraqi physicians and the physicians of al-Jazīrah and Diyār Bakr   English  
  • Physicians from or after the time of Galen   English  
  • Physicians of India   English  
  • Physicians who perceived the rudiments of the art of medicine and initiated the practice of that art   English  
  • Physicians who translated works on medicine and other subjects from Greek into Arabic, and their patrons   English  
  • Physicians who were prominent in the Western lands and settled there   English  
  • Syriac physicians of the early Abbasid period   English  
  • The origin and first appearance of the art of medicine   English  
Work type Single work
Biographic work Collective biography
Work manifested Early work
Work genre Textual work
Audience

Adult, serious

Summary

مرتب على خمسة أبواب:
الأول: في كيفية وجود صناعة الطب.
الثاني: في طبقات الأطباء، الذين ظهرت لهم أجزاء من صناعة الطب.
الثالث: في طبقات الأطباء اليونانيين، من نسل أسقلبيوس.
الرابع: في طبقات الأطباء اليونانيين.
الخامس: في طبقات الأطباء، الذين كانوا منذ زمان جالينوس، وقريبا منه

Identifier

VIAF
Bibliography

3

Diamond   W 9508

Created at 07-11-2013 by migration (IDEO)

Updated at 31-05-2020 by Jean Druel (IDEO)


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