PERSON

Abū al-Khayr al-Ḥasan ibn Suwār ibn Bābā ibn Bihrām

Name (arabic)

أبو الخير الحسن بن سوار بن بابا بن بهرام

Name (translit)

Abū al-Khayr al-Ḥasan ibn Suwār ibn Bābā ibn Bihrām

Alias

al-Ḥasan al-Khayr
al-Ḥasan Ibn al-Khammār
Ibn al-Khammār

Born

330H/942J

Died

407H/1017J

Born in

Lived in

Student of

Notes

(From MAMS2): He translated Aristotle's "Meteorologics."

Number in MAMS

266

ismi_id

53566

Authored Works

1 works:

Meteorology

Kitāb al-āthār al-mukhayyalah fī al-jaww al-ḥādithah ʿan al-māʾī wa-hiya al-hālah wa-al-qaws wa-al-ḍabāb , كتاب الآثار المخيّلة في الجوّ الحادثة عن المائي وهي الهالة والقوس والضباب

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P. 99 (no. 266).

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. 183.

Al-Bayhaqī, ʿAlī. 1935. Kitāb Tatimmat Ṣiwān Al-Ḥikmah. Ed. Mohammad Shafīʿ. Lahore: L. Ishwar Das, Registrar, University of the Panjab.

Pp. 138-39.

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

P. 313.

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P. 74.

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

P. 16.

Uṣaybiʻah, Ibn. 1884. ʿuyūn Al-Anbāʾ Fī Ṭabaqāt Al-Aṭibbāʾof Ibn Abī Uṣaybiʻah. Ed. August Müller. 2 vol.. Cairo‐Königsberg: al-Maṭbaʻah al-Wahbīyah.

Vol. 1, pp. 322-23.

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

P. 265.