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Martinez Montavez, 'Relaciones de Alfonso x:. Deutsch en Akad. Klasse, , ix , Berlin ; D. His romance and that of 'Antar remain to the present day more popular in the Arab Orient than the Arabian Nights. One of the rare humane traits in the character of this sultan is the respect which he always kept for his former master, the emir Aydekin, and even for the former master of this last, after both had become his subjects.
He had distinguished himself in the wars of Baybars before he ascended the throne of Egypt and Syria; he was the only Mamluk in whose line the succession continued, though not without interruptions, to the fifth generation.
Shortly after, the Mongols of Persia adopted Islam under their new ruler, a brother of Abaka, who took the name of Ahmad, Kalawun then reduced the Crusaders' castles in Syria, destroyed the town of Tripoli, and prepared the extinction of Frankish rule in the Near East. He renovated on a grand scale the citadels of Damascus,. Aleppo, and Baalbeck, and constructed many fine buildings.
The sultan Kalawun died two years after Ibn al-Nafis. Hitti, History of the Arabs, London '7, See R. Paret, art. Marsh 4Z4 Bodleian i. GAL", i. Zurayk, viii, Beirut , 9-II. It might hav. See also E. Oriental of the Bntlsh Museum, fo!. Though highly esteemed by all, including the last Ayyilbid ruler of Damascus, aI-Malik al-Nasir, he was regarded as irreligious, but on his deathbed, according to the report of an eyewitness, quoted sura Ixvii, I4: 'Doth He not know those whom He hath created, while He is the Subtile, the Aware?
We will now speak of the medical learning and of the hospitals in Damascus and Cairo, where Ibn al-Nafis received his training and was later a teacher. Both establishments gained great fame in the world of Islam, and over several centuries continued to attract , xiii. Strauss, lac. On some inter. Islamic controversies of the period, see L. On hospitals and medical teaching, partly in corinexion with mosques and madrasas, see J Oh8.
Pedersen, art. C, in "'f! Sauvaget, Alep, Pads , album, plate Ixi. I We know the names and activities of many of the practitioners and teachers attached to these benevolent institutions from the historian of Arab medicine, Ibn Abi Usaybi'a d. He instructed them in Greek medicine and philosophy and read with them Ibn Sina's enormous medical encyclopedia al-J. Ginfin fi l-Tibb. Several of these disciples left Baghdad after the death of the master and came to Damascus, where they were appointed to the Niir!
Hospital, in their turn educating medical practitioners. Sauvaget, Alep, n. I, has pointed out that only the insane and patients' suffering from certain special diseases e. Muller,:4 vols. Chapters 14 and 15, at the end of vol, ii, treat of the physicians of Egypt and of Syria. Meyerhof, art.
On account of the close links between Egypt and Syria under the Ayyilbids and the Mamli:iks, there was a continuous two-way traffic of teachers and students between the great hospitals of the two capitals. When the son of the sultan, al-Malik al-Kamil Muhammad, later on himself sultan of Egypt, was attacked by the disease" Dakhwar treated him with great devotion and saved his life. Thereupon the sultan appointed him Chief Physician of Egypt and Syria.
Three years later the sultan died, and his successor in Syria was his other son, al-Malik al-Mu'azzam Sharaf al-Din 'isa; he confirmed Dakhwar in his office. Numerous princes and important persons consulted him, and he became a rich man. At the same time, he was attached to the Nuri Hospital, where his now very old teacher, Radi al-Din al-Rahbi, and an eminent Jewish physician, Tmran ibn Sadaka, 2 were his colleagues. Ibn Abi Usaybi'a was their disciple, and he could not find words enough to express his admiration of the useful collaboration of these three practitioners.
It inspired him to write the verses: Then passed away those years and their team, And they vanished away like a dream. During his lectures he used to have with him, besides medical books, the a IAU, ii. The first director of this school, appointed by Dakhwar himself, was Sharaf al-Din al-Rahbi, son of his old teacher Radi al-Dm. Several of Dakhwar's disciples gained a high reputation. One of his most eminent pupils was Ibn Abi Usaybi'a, the historian of Arab medicine mentioned before, and another was Ibn al-Nafis, The two men were near contemporaries, and although they may never have met, it is impossible to believe that Ibn Abi Usaybi'a should not have known of Ibn al-Nafis.
Fortunately there are other sources for the biography of Ibn al-Nafis. GALl, i. I33, GAL, Suppl. The three oldest biographies are in part based on information given by a pupil of Ibn al-Nafis in philosophy, the famous grammarian, theologian, and linguist, Athir al-Din Abu Hayyan Muhammad ibn Yiisuf al-Andalusi.
Glazer, art. Garda Gomez, 'A proposito de Ibn Hayyan. Resumen del estado actual delas estudios Yusuf h. Yusuf, z GAL', 1. Paris , ii. But as the text of Safadi, in the manuscript of the British Museum, is better than that of 'U marl in both manuscripts at our disposal, we have taken the former as the basis of our edition and translation, and give a supplement from 'Umari's text.
British Museum, Or. He worked hard into his old age and wrote outstanding works and excellent books. He composed 'The Comprehensive Book on Medicine' Kitab al-Shdmil fil-TiM , the plan of which shows that it was to consist of three hundred volumes, so I was told by one of his friends. He made a fair copy of eighty of them; they are now a bequest to the Manstrri Hospital in Cairo.
Someone who saw him composing" I Cf.
Gabrieli for a copy of this text from the photograph of the manuscript. I and '2, in the Arabic part of this publication. References to the persons mentioned in these two texts will be found in Excursus A, below, pp.
He also knew logic and wrote a compendium on this subject and a commentary on the Hiddya of Ibn Sina on logic. I learned from him, too, something of medical science. He also wrote on the principles of jurisprudence and on applied law, on Arabic language, traditions, rhetoric, and other subjects; but in these sciences he did not stand in the front rank, he only took part in them.
In grammar he prepared a book in two volumes in which he put forward causes for grammatical reactions different from those the specialists give. In this science he had studied only the Unmildhaj 'Specimen' of Zamakhsharl- under the Shaykh Baha' al-Din Ibn alNahhas," and yet he dared to write about that science.
By him and by our Professor "lrnad al-Din al-Nabulusi' the physicians in Egypt and Cairo were formed. He was an elder of very tall stature with an oval face, slender, and of polite manners.
I was told that during the illness of which he died some of his medical friends advised him to tale some wine because, as it is claimed, his illness would be likely to be cured thereby. But he refused to take anything of it and said: 'I will not meet Allah, the Most High; with any wine in my body. He built himself a house in Cairo and had it paved with marble, even its hall, and I have never seen a marble hall save in this house.
He did not marry," and he bequeathed his house and his books to the Mansnrl Hospital. Anawati, Essai de bibliographie atncinienne, Cairo , no. Fluegel, vi.
See GAP, i. May Allah the Most High have mercy on him! Then I answered, while fire was burning in my heart: Stop! At the death of al- 'Ala' high qualities al- 'ula died with him. The learned imam, the Master Hurhfin aI-Din Ibrahim al-Rashidl," preacher at the mosque of Amir Husayn in Cairo, told me the following: When al- 'Ala' Ibn al-Nafis wanted to write, they laid ready-cut reed pens before him; he turnod his face towards the wall and began to compose without consulting a book, writing like a torrent in spate, and when the pen became blunt and used up, he threw it away and took another one so as not to lose time in pen-cutting.
I was told by the Master Najm al-Din al-Safadi! I have seen a small book of his which he opposed to the Treatise of Hayy ibn Ya. And-by my Jife! See GAL', i, ; Suppl. French transl, by G. Bousquet, i-iv, Algiers '