Figure 4: This picture shows a part of a painting that was painted in 1352. It is called Hugh of St. Cher.
The Invention of Spectacles between the East and the WestLEARN MORE
The following article by the expert scholar Lutfallah Gari surveys the historical sources to uncover the...
Figure 2: Painting depicting Ibn Sina getting wisdom from the muse of Medicine (Source).
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Figure 2: Front cover of Health in the Ottomans, vol. 2.
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Figure 1: Akil Muhtar Özden (1877-1946).
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To throw light on famous figures of the Turkish modern medical school, this article introduces a set of nine...
Latinized Names of Muslim ScholarsLEARN MORE
This article includes the Latinized names of Muslim scholars.
Figure 1: The cultivated and the uncultivated kinds of hindiba are illustrated in a schematic way. (Dioscorides. Materia Medica. Translated by Abdullah el-Huseyin b. Ibrahim el-Natili. Kitabu‘l-hasa‘is. Topkapi Museum Library. Registered at section Ahmed III., No: 2127).
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Hindiba is a plant of Middle Eastern lands. Its therapeutic value as a drug for the treatment of various...