Avicenna mausoleum Hamadan 2
Hamadan Avicenna, aka Abu Ali  al-Husain ibn Abdallah ibn Sina, was a Persian physician, philosopher, and scientist who wa...
A new and large mausoleum was built over Avicenna's tomb in 1952, together with a library (which contains approximately 8,...
Mausoleum of Avicenna consists of conical roof, supported by twelve concrete columns. Acoperi şul conic al mausoleului est...
Avicenna, one of the most significant scientists and philosophers, wrote over 250 books, including The Cannon of Medicine,...
 
This book was translated into Latin and remained the most influential book of medicine in the world until the 17th century...
The Cannon of Medicine,
This book was translated into Latin
 
 
T he sarcophagus which originally contained the body of Avicenna Sarofagul  în care a fost depus iniţial corpul lui Avicen...
Lying with Abu Ali Sina in the same mausoleum is the body of his Hamadanian host, Abusacid Dakhduk.  His oldstone. Lângă A...
A  small museum  is  devoted to his works Un mic muzeu îi este dedicat
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
a flat marble stone with an inscription in nine lines O placă de marmură cu o inscripţie de nouă rânduri
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
"Avicenna" is the "Prince of Philosophers" by Western appellation and Iranian know him as "Abu Al...
 
Jalil Shahnaz (b.1921 Isfahan) is an Iranian master musician and renowned tar player. Foremost Iranian vocalist, Shajarian...
S ound:  Jalil Shahnaz -  Z abane tar Iran Text   : Internet Pictures:   Sanda Foişoreanu Nicoleta Leu   Internet Arangeme...
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  • The Greek historian Herodotus wrote that, at the height of its glory, Ecbatana was a shining jewel of the ancient world with buildings plated with precious metals and seven layers of city walls, the inner two being coated in silver and gold. From the time of Alexander, the city suffered many invasions and lost much of its wealth and importance though it remained the summer capital during Parthian and Sassanid times.
  • The grave of Sheikhol Raeis Avicenna has been placed in the center of the 12 foundations of the tower and next to him is the grave of Sheik Abu Saeid Dakhdook who was Avicenna`s friend and host. Both graves have been covered with a flat marble stone with an inscription in nine lines. The inscription suggests 428 A.H. as the date when it was written. The Avicenna museum, which is situated inside the complex, includes ancient objects, anthropology section and books written by Avicenna. The museum is open to public and embraces such objects as bronze statues belonging to the first millenium B.C., coins, containers, marbles and silver objects belonging to the Sasanids era, books, superb carpets, etc.
  • Works ON IBN SINA: In Arabic: The inquiry of Avicenna concerning the corporal form by L. Khayrallah. Arabic word file. Ibn Sina and dental care (link: in Arabic). This site has a lot on the Medical theories of Ibn Sina. Childcare according to Ibn Sina Cosmetics in the Canon The distinction between existence and essence in the philosophy of Avicenna. by L. Khayrallah. Arabic word file. Explications de quelques arguments avicenniens contre la théorie des parties insécables. by L. Khayrallah. Arabic word file.
  • In English & other languages: Avicenna, Jon McGinnis, New York: Oxford University Press, 2010 Avicenna and His Legacy, Y. Tzvi Langermann, ed. Turnhout: Berpols, 2009 A New Standard for Avicenna Studies. By D. Reisman Avicenna His life and works. By S. Afnan. Biography from History of Muslim Philosophy. by Prof. F. Rahman Biography and works from the Encyclopedia Iranica. Biography & Works from Encyclopedia of Islam Biography & Works from Encyclopedia of Religion Biography & works from Routledge Avicenna on Casual Priority. M. Marmura. Avicenna on Theology A. J. Arberry
  • Avicenna's Chapter on the Relative in the Metaphysics of the Shifa. M. Marmura. Ibn Sina's `Burhan Al-Siddiqin' -Journal of Islamic Studies. Vol. 12, # 1. Jan. 2001. pp.18-39 By: T. Mayer La distinction de l'existence et de l'essence dans la philosophie d'Avicenna. Par: L. Khayrallah. (French- word file) Ibn-Sina on the human soul, in Notes and observations on natural science, Book II, Section 5. By J. Kenny O. P. God Physics: From Hawkings to Avicenna. By: W. Carroll An article about the Danesh Nameh translated from Russian. Ibn Sina from: "A Medical History of Persia and the Eastern Caliphate" by C. Elgood. An Evaluation of Ibn Sina's Argument for God's Existence in the Metaphysics of the Isharat, By: T. Mayer Nader El-Bizri's interpretation of Ibn Sina: International Society for the History of Islamic Medicine.
  • AVICENNA AND HIS HERITAGE Edited by J. JANSSENS and D. DE SMET Islamic Medicine organization has many articles in Arabic about Ibn Sina & Medicine.   Über Ibni Sina und die arabische Medizin Michot, Y. “A Mamluk Theologian’s Commentary on Avicenna’s Risla Adhawiyya: Being a Translation of a Part of the Dar' al-ta'rud of Ibn Taymiyya with Introduction, Annotation, and Appendices” Part I,  Journal of Islamic Studies, 2003 14:2 pp.149-203 and Part II , Journal of Islamic Studies, 2003 Michot, Y. "Le Riz Trop Cuit Du Kirmânî: Présentation, Éditon Traduction et Lexique de L'épître d'Avicenne Contestant L'accusation d'avoir Pastiché Le Coran", in F. Dalemans, et. al. Mélanges Offerts À Hossam Elkhadem par ses Amis et ses Éléves, Bruxelles, 2007. pp. 81-129. Michot, Y. "Al-Nukat wa-l-faw`id: An Important Summa of Avicenian Falsafa", in Peter Adamson, ed., Classical Arabic Philosophy: Sources and Reception, Warburg Institue, London 2007, pp. 90-123.
  • In English & other languages: Avicenna, Jon McGinnis, New York: Oxford University Press, 2010 Avicenna and His Legacy, Y. Tzvi Langermann, ed. Turnhout: Berpols, 2009 A New Standard for Avicenna Studies. By D. Reisman Avicenna His life and works. By S. Afnan. Biography from History of Muslim Philosophy. by Prof. F. Rahman Biography and works from the Encyclopedia Iranica. Biography & Works from Encyclopedia of Islam Biography & Works from Encyclopedia of Religion Biography & works from Routledge Avicenna on Casual Priority. M. Marmura. Avicenna on Theology A. J. Arberry
  • Iran Hamadan Avicenna mausoleum2

    1. 1. Avicenna mausoleum Hamadan 2
    2. 2. Hamadan Avicenna, aka Abu Ali al-Husain ibn Abdallah ibn Sina, was a Persian physician, philosopher, and scientist who was born in 980 in Kharmaithen near Bukhara, now in Uzbekistan (then Persia), and died 1037 in Hamadan, Persia (Iran). Avicenna, aka Abu Ali al-Husain ibn Abdallah ibn Sina, a fost un medic persan filo z of şi savant, care s-a născut în anul 980 lângă Buhara, acum Uzbechistan, şi a murit în anul 1037 în Hamadan, Persia (Iran)
    3. 3. A new and large mausoleum was built over Avicenna's tomb in 1952, together with a library (which contains approximately 8,000 volumes) and a small museum devoted to his works, in the central Bu Ali Square, in Hamadan (architect Houshang Seyhoun) Un mausoleu a fost ridicat deasupra mormântului lui Avicenna în anul 1952, îmbreună cu o bibliotecă (care conţine circa 8000 de volume) şi un mic muzeu consacrat muncii sale, în centrul pieţei Bu Ali din Hamadan (arhitect Houshang Seyhoun)
    4. 4. Mausoleum of Avicenna consists of conical roof, supported by twelve concrete columns. Acoperi şul conic al mausoleului este susţinut de douăsprezece coloane din beton
    5. 5. Avicenna, one of the most significant scientists and philosophers, wrote over 250 books, including The Cannon of Medicine, an encyclopedia summarizing all the then known medical knowledge from across the world. Avicenna a fost unul dintre cei mai importan ţi savanţi şi filosofi, a scris peste 250 de cărţi, inclusiv un Canon al Medicinei , o enciclopedie care cuprindea toate cunoştinţele medicale din lumea întreagă
    6. 7. This book was translated into Latin and remained the most influential book of medicine in the world until the 17th century. He was also a renowned philosopher who emphasized the use of logic and reason as means of discovering the truth. Această carte a fost tradusă în limba latină şi a rămas cea mai influentă carte de medicină până în secolul XVII. Avicenna a fost un filosof renumit care a subliniat importanţa utilizării logicii şi raţiunii ca mijloace de descoperire a adevărului An Italian doctor visiting a patient. Av icenna Cannon of medicine
    7. 8. The Cannon of Medicine,
    8. 9. This book was translated into Latin
    9. 12. T he sarcophagus which originally contained the body of Avicenna Sarofagul în care a fost depus iniţial corpul lui Avicenna
    10. 13. Lying with Abu Ali Sina in the same mausoleum is the body of his Hamadanian host, Abusacid Dakhduk. His oldstone. Lângă Avicenna este înmormântat Abusacid Dakhduk, cel care l-a găzduit în Hamadan iar acesta este sarcofagul lui iniţial
    11. 14. A small museum is devoted to his works Un mic muzeu îi este dedicat
    12. 25. a flat marble stone with an inscription in nine lines O placă de marmură cu o inscripţie de nouă rânduri
    13. 36. "Avicenna" is the "Prince of Philosophers" by Western appellation and Iranian know him as "Abu Ali Sina"
    14. 38. Jalil Shahnaz (b.1921 Isfahan) is an Iranian master musician and renowned tar player. Foremost Iranian vocalist, Shajarian named his new group in honor of Masetro Shahnaz.
    15. 39. S ound: Jalil Shahnaz - Z abane tar Iran Text : Internet Pictures: Sanda Foişoreanu Nicoleta Leu Internet Arangement : Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda

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