PERSON

Ḥasan ibn Mūsá ibn Shākir

Name (arabic)

حسن بن موسى بن شاكر

Name (translit)

Ḥasan ibn Mūsá ibn Shākir

Alias

Banū Mūsỳ
Ḥasan ibn al-Ṣabbāḥ

Born

132H/750J

Flourished

183H/800J

Born in

Lived in

Died in

Student of

Notes

He is the youngest son of the three sons of Mūsá ibn Shākir, generally known under the single name of the Banū Mūsā. See Banū Mūsá and the other two sons, Muḥammad and Abū al‐Qāsim Aḥmad.

Number in MAMS

70

ismi_id

101309

Authored Works

5 works:

Astronomical Instruments

Kitāb fī al-ʿamal bi-dhāt al-ḥalaq , كتاب في العمل بذات الحلق

Astronomical Tables/zījes

Al-Zīj al-mukhtarī , الزيج المختري

Astronomy: General

Kitāb fī al-kurah , كتاب في الكرة
Kitāb ʿaml niṣf al-nahār bi-qaysah wāḥidah bi-al-handasah , كتاب عمل نصف النهار بقيسة واحدة بالهندسة

Mathematics: General

Kitāb ashkāl wa-al-masāʾiḥ , كتاب أشكال والمسائح

References

İhsanoğlu, Ekmeleddin, and Boris Rozenfeld. 2003. Mathematicians, Astronomers And Other Scholars Of Islamic Civilisation And Their Works (7Th-19Th C.). Istanbul: Research Centre for Islamic History, Art, and Culture.

P. 34 (no. 70).

Matvievskaya, Galina, and Boris Rozenfeld. 1983. Matematiki I Astronomy Musulmanskogo Srednevekovya I Ikh Trudi, Viii-Xvii Vv [Mathematicians And Astronomers Of The Muslim Middle Ages And Their Works, Viii-Xvii Centuries]. 3 vol.. Moscow: Nauka.

Vol. 2, p. 60 (no. 40.2).

Sezgin, Fuat. 1978. Geschichte Des Arabischen Schrifttums (Gas), Vol. 6, Astronomie Bis Ca. 430 H. Leiden: E. J. Brill.

Pp. 148-49.

Sezgin, Fuat. 1974. Geschichte Des Arabischen Schrifttums (Gas), Vol. 5, Mathematik Bis Ca. 430 H. Leiden: E. J. Brill.

Pp. 252-53.

Ṭūqān, Qadrī. 1963. Turāth Al-ʿarab Al-ʿilmī Fī Al-Riyāḍīyāt Wa-Al-Falak. Cairo: Dār al-Qalam.

P. 265.

Lippert, Julius, and Jamāl Al-Qifṭī. 1903. “Taʾrīḫ Al-Hukamāʾ”. Leipzig: Theodor Weicher.

Pp. 43-44.

Suter, Heinrich. 1900. Die Mathematiker Und Astronomen Der Araber Und Ihre Werke.. Abhandlungen Zur Geschichte Der Mathematischen Wissenschaften Mit Einschluss Ihrer Anwendungen, Vol. 10. Leipzig: B. G. Teubner.

P. 19.

Suter, Heinrich. 1892. “Das Mathematiker-Verzeichniss Im Fihrist Des Ibn Abi Ja'qub An-Nadim”. Abhandlungen Für Geschichte Der Mathematischen Wissenschaften 6.

Pp. 31, 64.

Ibn al-Nadīm, Muḥammad. 1871. Kitāb Al-Fihrist, Ed. Gustav Flügel. 2 vol.. Leipzig: Vogel.

P. 276.

Khalifa, Hajji. 1835. Hajji Khalifa. Kashf Al-Ẓunūn ʿan Asāmī Al-Kutub Waʾl-Funūn = Lexicon Bibliographicum Et Encyclopaedicum A Mustafa Ben Abdallah Katib Jelebi Dicto Et Nomine Haji Khalfa Celebrato Compositum. Ed. Gustav Flügel. 7 vol.. Leipzig-London: R. Bentley for the Oriental Translation Fund of Great Britain and Ireland.

Vol. 5, p. 140.