By Herbert Cushing Tolman
Name: historic Persian Lexicon and the Texts of the Achaemenidan Inscriptions Transliterated and Translated With distinctive connection with Their contemporary re-assessment, through Herbert Cushing Tolman writer: big apple, Cincinnati [etc.] American publication corporation booklet date: 1908 topics: previous Persian language outdated Persian inscriptions Notes: this can be an OCR reprint. there's typos or lacking textual content. There aren't any illustrations or indexes. in the event you purchase the overall Books variation of this booklet you get loose trial entry to Million-Books.com the place you could make a choice from greater than one million books at no cost. you may also preview the booklet there.
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Sulaymân (c. 855–950). In due course Ishâq (later known to Europe as Isaac Judaeus and, later, Isaac Israeli) became physician in Qayrawân (Kairouan, Tunisia) to the Aghlabid Ziyâdat-Allâh (903–9) and then to the Fâtimid ‘Ubaydallâh al-Mahdî (909–34), under whose patronage he wrote some notable medical works. Of these, his Book on Fevers won wide esteem. 1 The work comprises five parts, of which the third treats of ‘hectic fever’, or what is in effect pulmonary tuberculosis. This chapter examines Ishâq’s approach to the disease in readily intelligible terms, and shows that the treatment available in medieval Islam was basically as sound as it could be prior to the advent of antibiotics and modern surgical procedures.
These resemblances between the academic arrangements of Islam and those of Christian Europe are remarkable enough, but when we recall in addition the role played by medieval Spain in contacts between Islam and Christendom, their significance increases still further. Islamic Spain was one of the great centres of medieval learning and culture, and after the capture of Toledo by the Christians in 1085 it became the chief channel through which the products of Islamic 18 TECHNOLOGY, TRADITION AND SURVIVAL scholarship reached Christian Europe.
Indeed he actually opens his discourse on the fever generated by tuberculosis with an introductory comment on the whole subject of ‘decline’ (dhubûl): Before beginning to treat of this particular fever [sc. ‘hectic fever’ commonly known as consumption (sill)] we must first examine decline, and be fully conversant with its quiddity and form, its causes and categories, and such kinds of decline as are accompanied by fever and those which are not. 11 This is a sound observation, for loss of weight is still considered one of the early signs of TB.
Ancient Persian lexicon and texts by Herbert Cushing Tolman