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  1. Ḥunayn ibn Isḥāq and the Rise of Arabic as a Language of Science

    establish Arabic as an international language of science. More ancient Greek books by the Roman physician,... translations, Ḥunayn ...


  2. Arabic Scientific Tradition

    and improves it. Or. 11209, f. 32v Many more unprecedented developments took place in Arabic science within... illustrates his debt ...


  3. The Beginnings of Science in the Islamic World

    Bink Hallum When and where did the sciences practised in the Islamic world during the so-called Golden Age originate? The sciences studied ...


  4. Medieval Arabic Formularies: Compounds and Simples

    Dr Leigh Chipman The words camphor, lemon, syrup and tamarind all derive from Arabic formularies – books in which Arabic-speaking ...


  5. Why Were So Many of the Greek-Arabic Translators Christians?

    Arabic Manuscripts Culture and Religion Sciences and Medicine 81055/vdc_100023285040.0x000001 Text: ... Bink Hallum An enormous effort ...


  6. The Arabic Manuscripts Collection in the British Library

    Dr Colin F. Baker How and why did the British Library come to hold 14,000 Arabic manuscripts within its collections? The British Library’s ...


  7. Sir Thomas Reade: The ‘Nincumpoop’ Collector of Arabic Manuscripts

    of the highlights of the collection. Arabic Manuscripts People and Places Sciences and Medicine Text:  London,... the Instruments of ...


  8. Country Profile: United Arab Emirates

    between the British and United Arab Emirates, as illustrated through the India Office Records. Originally... the United Arab Emirates, ...


  9. Microtones: The Piano and Muhammad Al-Qubanshi – The First Congress of Arabic Music and Early Recordings from Iraq

    Rolf Killius Thanks to the recording sessions at the first Arabic Music Congress in 1932 in Cairo, we can still listen to a selection of early ...


  10. ‘For the Sake of Freedom’: British World War II Propaganda Posters in Arabic

    an unexpected example of British, Arabic-language propaganda. An unassuming financial file that forms part of the India Office Records contains ...


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