13. Astronomy
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|⁶²³In volume 1 | book 2, Islamic Literature in the Arabic Language | Section 2, The Post-Classical Period of Islamic Literature from ca. 400/1000 until ca. 656/1258

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1. Aṣbagh b. Muḥammad al-Gharnāṭī b. al-Samḥ was a mathematician, physician, and astronomer in Granada, who died on 18 Rajab 426/30 May 1035.

Ibn Abī Uṣ. II, 391. 1. Kitāb fi ’l-ʿamal bil-asṭurlāb Br. Mus. 405,2.— 2, 3. see Suppl.— Cf. Steinschneider, Zur pseudepigr. Lit. p. 74.

2. Abū Naṣr Manṣūr b. ʿAlī b. ʿIrāq, who died before 427/1036 (see Suppl.).

Sachau, Alberunis Chron. XXXIII, Steins…

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Carl Brockelmann, “13. Astronomy”, in: Brockelmann in English: The History of the Arabic Written Tradition Online. Consulted online on 23 September 2017 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/2542-8098_breo_COM_122130>
First published online: 2017



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