PERSON

Abū Muḥammad Jābir ibn Aflaḥ

Name (arabic)

أبو محمد جابر بن أفلح

Name (translit)

Abū Muḥammad Jābir ibn Aflaḥ

Alias

Geber
Jābir ibn Aflaḥ
ابو محمد جابر بن افلح

Flourished

493H/1100J

Lived in

Number in MAMS

448

Biography URL

ismi_id

34445

Authored Works

2 works:

Astronomy: General

Mathematics: General

Fī al-shakl al-qaṭṭāʿ , في الشكل القطّاع

References

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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. 176 (no. 448).

Moya, Julio. 2001. “Ibn Al-Haytham And Jābir B. Aflaḥ's Criticism Of Ptolemy's Determination Of The Parameters Of Mercury”. Suhayl 2: 199-226.
Lorch, Richard. 1997. “Jābir Ibn Aflaḥ”. In Encyclopaedia Of The History Of Science, Technology, And Medicine In Non-Western Cultures, 459.
Lorch, Richard. 1995. “Jābir Ibn Aflaḥ And The Establishment Of Trigonometry In The West”. In Arabic Mathematical Sciences: Lnstruments, Texts, Transmission, ed. Richard Lorch. Vol. VIII. Aldershot: Variorum.
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Pp. 317-20, 326-30.

King, David, George Saliba, and Noel Swerdlow. 1987. “Jābir Ibn Aflaḥ’s Interesting Method For Finding The Eccentricities And Direction Of The Apsidal Line Of A Superior Planet”. In From Deferent To Equant: A Volume Of Studies In The History Of Science In The Ancient And Medieval Near East In Honor Of E. S. Kennedy, 501-512. New York: New York Academy of Sciences.
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P. 135.

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Vol. 2, p. 330.

Lorch, Richard. 1976. “The Astronomical Instruments Of Jābir Ibn Aflaḥ And The Torquetum”. Centaurus 20: 11-34.
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P. 63.

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P. 174.

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