Avenzoar


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Av·en·zo·ar

 (ăv′ən-zō′ər) also Ibn Zuhr (ĭb′ən zo͝or′) Full name Abu Marwan Abd al-Malik Ibn Zuhr. 1091?-1162?
Spanish-Arab physician who took an observational and experimental approach to disease and wrote several books, including Practical Manual of Treatments and Diet.
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There was also Abu Marwan Ibn Zuhr, known by Europeans as Avenzoar.
Abu-Marwan Abd al-Malik ibn Zuhr or Avenzoar (10941 162) and
Even though this elaborate explanation came from the respected twelve century Arab physician from Seville, Avenzoar, Monardes preferred, and also cited, another version that was supported by his sources and had a crucial variation with respect to the first theory.
1130), padre de Ibn Zuhr (1095-1161), (el famoso Avenzoar de los latinos), medico de al-Mutamid, rey de la taifa de Sevilla, y luego ministro del emir almoravide Yusuf Ibn Tashfin, y la de Abu fafar Ahmad Ibn Muhammad al-Gafiqi (m.
Y hasta cientificos llegaban a hacer recomendaciones segun periodos del ano: para el invierno, el aloe indio, las algalias, el almizcle, el ambar, el polvo de clavo; para la primavera, las algalias tambien; para el verano, el agua de manzana, el polvo de musgo, el polvo de sandalo, preparado con agua de rosas y agua de manzana; para el otono, el agua de manzana, el agua de rosas, por ejemplo, apunta Avenzoar (57).
Kitab al-Agdiya (Libro de los alimentos) del sevillano Avenzoar.