PERSON

Abū Isḥāq Ibrāhīm ibn Yaḥyá al-Naqqāsh ibn al-Zarqālah al-Qurṭubī

Name (arabic)

أبو إسحاق إبراهيم بن يحيی النقّاش بن الزرقالة القرطبي

Name (translit)

Abū Isḥāq Ibrāhīm ibn Yaḥyá al-Naqqāsh ibn al-Zarqālah al-Qurṭubī

Alias

Abū Isḥāq Ibrāhīm ibn Yaḥyá al-Naqqāsh al-Zarqālī al-Tujībī al-Ṭulayṭalī
al-Zarqālī
Arzachel
Azarquiel
Ibn al-Zarqālah
Ibn al-Zarqālī
Ibrāhīm al-Zarqālī

Born

410H/1020J

Died

493H/1100J

Born in

Lived in

Died in

Number in MAMS

402

Biography URL

ismi_id

65898

Authored Works

8 works:

Astronomical Instruments

Al-Shakkāziyyah , الشکّازيّة
Kitāb al-ʿamal bi-al-ṣafīḥah al-zījiyyah , کتاب العمل بالصفيحة الزيجيّة

Astronomical Tables/zījes

Al-Qānūn li-ʿUmāniyūs , القانون لِعُمانيوس
al-Zīj al-Ṭulayṭalī , الزيج الطليطلي

Astronomy: General

al-Madkhal ilá ʿilm al-nujūm (Zarqālī) , المدخل إلی علم النجوم
Maqālah fī ibṭāl al-ṭarīq allatī salakahā Biṭlīmyūs fī istikhrāj al-buʿd al-abʿad li-ʿUṭārid , مقالة في إبطال الطريق التي سلکها بطليميوس في إستخراج البُعد الأبعد لعطارد

OTHER

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.

Pp. 164-65 (no. 402).

Moya, Julio. 2002. “Al-Zarkālī”. In Encyclopaedia Of Islam, New Edition, 2ndnd ed., 11:461-462. Leiden: E. J. Brill.
Aguilar, Roser. 2000. “The Theory Of The Moon In The Al‐Zīj Al‐Kāmil Fī‐L‐Taʿālīm Of Ibn Al‐Hāʾim (Ca. 1205)”. Suhayl 1: 71-99.
King, David. 1997. “Shakkāziyya”. In Encyclopaedia Of Islam, New Edition, 2ndnd ed., 9:251-253. Leiden: E. J. Brill.
Calvo, Emilia. 1997. “Ibn Al-Zarqāllu”. In Encyclopaedia Of The History Of Science, Technology, And Medicine In Non-Western Cultures, ed. Helaine Selin, 415-416. Dordrecht & Boston: Kluwer Academic.
Puig, Roser. 1996. “On The Eastern Sources Of Ibn Al-Zarqalluh's Orthographic Projection”. In From Baghdad To Barcelona: Studies In The Islamic Exact Sciences In Honour Of Juan Vernet, eds. Josep Casulleras and Samsó, Julio, 2:737-753. Barcelona: Instituto Millás Vallicrosa de Historia de la Ciencia Arabe.
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Vol. 1, p. 623; suppl. 1, p. 862.

Moya, Julio. 1994. “Sobre El Modelo De Azarquiel Para Determinar La Oblicuidad De La Eclíptica”. In Islamic Astronomy And Medieval Spain, Viii. Aldershot: Variorum.
Samsó, Julio, Julio Samsó, and Eduardo Millás. 1994. “Ibn Al-Bannāʾ, Ibn Ishāq And Ibn Al-Zarqālluh's Solar Theory”. In Islamic Astronomy And Medieval Spain, X. Aldershot: Variorum.
Mielgo, Honorino, and Julio Moya. 1994. “Ibn Al-Zarqālluh On Mercury”. Journal For The History Of Astronomy 25: 289-296.
Moya, Julio. 1994. “Trepidation In Al-Andalus In The 11Th Century”. In Islamic Astronomy And Medieval Spain, Viii, 1-31. Aldershot: Variorum.
Samsó, Julio. 1992. Las Ciencias De Los Antiguos En Al-Andalus. Madrid: Editorial MAPFRE.
Comes, Mercè. 1991. Ecuatorios Andalusíes: Ibn Al-Samḥ, Al-Zarqālluh Y Abū-L-Ṣalt. Barcelona: Universidad de Barcelona—Instituto de cooperación con el mundo árabe—Agencia Española de Cooperacíon International.
Puig, Roser. 1989. “A Geometric Device Used By Al-Zarqalluh For The Computation Of Lunar Parallax”. In Actes Du Congres International D'histoire Des Sciences Xviii, 2:14.
King, David, George Saliba, and Lutz Richter-Bernburg. 1987. “Ṣāʿid, The Toledan Tables, And Andalusī Science”. 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, 373-401. New York: The New York Academy of Sciences.
Burnett, Charles, and Raymond Mercier. 1987. “Astronomical Tables In The Twelfth Century”. In Adelard Of Bath: An English Scientist And Arabist Of The Early Twelfth Century, 87-118. London: The Warburg Institute.

Pp. 104-12.

Samsó, Julio. 1987. “Al-Zarqāl, Alfonso X And Peter Of Aragon On The Solar Equation”. 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, eds. David King and Saliba, George, 467-476. New York: New York Academy of Sciences.
Aguilar, Roser. 1987. Los Tratados De Construcción Y Uso De La Azafea De Azarquiel. Madrid: Instituto Hispano-Arabe de Cultura.
King, David, George Saliba, and Gerald Toomer. 1987. “The Solar Theory Of Az-Zarqāl: An Epilogue”. 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, 513-519. New York: The New York Academy of Sciences.
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King, David. 1986. A Survey Of The Scientific Manuscripts In The Egyptian National Library. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns; The American Research Center in Egypt.

P. 50.

Bū-ʿAlwān, Ḥayāt. 1985. Ṣāʿid Ibn-Aḥmad Al-Andalusī: Kitāb Ṭabaqāt Al-ʾUmam. Beirut: Dār al-Ṭalīʻaẗ.

French translation: "Livre des catégories des nations." edited by Louis Cheikho and translated by Régis Blachère. Paris: Larose, 1935.

Aguilar, Roser. 1985. “Concerning The Ṣafīḥa Shakkāziyya”. Zeitschrift Für Geschichte Der Arabisch-Islamischen Wissenschaften 2: 123-139.
Al-Marrākushī, Abū. 1984. Jāmiʿ Al‐Mabādīʾ Wa‐Al‐Ġāyāt Fī ʿIlm Al‐Mīqāt. Ms. Ahmet III 3343, copied in 747 A.H. - facsimile. 2 vol.. Frankfurt am Main: Maʿhad Taʾrīḫ al-ʿUlūm al-ʿArabiyyaẗ wa-al-Islāmiyyaẗ fī ʾiṭār Jāmiʿaẗ Frānkfūrt [Institute for the History of Arabic-Islamic Science at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University].

Facsimile edition of: Ms. Ahmet III 3343 (copied in 747 A.H.), Topkapı Sarayı Müzesi Kütüphanesi, Istanbul. Frankfurt am Main. Partially translated in Jean-Jacques Sédillot, Traité des instruments astronomiques des arabes, Paris, 1834-1835. (Reprinted in: Frankfurt, 1984); Louis-Amélie Sédillot, “Mémoire sur les instruments astronomiques des arabes,” Mémoires de l'Académie royale des inscriptions et belles‐lettres de l'Institut de France 1 (1894): 1-229. (Reprinted in: Frankfurt, 1989.).

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