PERSON

Abū Saʿīd Jābir ibn Ibrāhīm al-Ṣābīʾ

Name (arabic)

أبو سعيد جابر بن ابراهيم الصابيء

Name (translit)

Abū Saʿīd Jābir ibn Ibrāhīm al-Ṣābīʾ

Alias

Jābir ibn Ibrāhīm

Flourished

286H/900J

Number in MAMS

252

ismi_id

54800

Authored Works

3 works:

Astronomy: General

Maqālah fī thalāthah aflāk ʿUṭārid , مقالة في ثلاثة أفلاك عطارد
Qaṣīdah fī ṭulūʿ al-manāzil , قصيدة في طلوع المنازل

Mathematics: General

Kitāb īḍāḥ al-burhān ʿalá ḥisāb al-khaṭaʾayn , كتاب إيضاح البرهان على حساب الخطأين

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