Avicenna (latinization del nomine per le qual se conosce in le tradition occidental a Abū ‘Alī al-Husayn ibn ‘Abd Allāh ibn Sīnā; in turco: İbni Sina; in perso: ابو علی الحسین ابن عبدالله ابن سینا; in arabe: أبو علي الحسین بن عبدالله بن سینا) (Bukharáma, Grande Khorasan, c. 980 – Hamadan, 1037) era un medico, philosopho e scientista perse.[1][2] Ille scribeva 450 obras super themas differente, predominantemente de philosophia e medicina.

Avicenna
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Nascentia 980-08-16 (Afshona, Bukhara)
Decesso 1037-06-18 (Hamadan)
Loco de reposo Iran
Ethnicitate Persians[*]
Citatania Samanid dynasty[*], Ziyarid dynasty[*], Buyid dynasty[*]
Occupation philosopho[*], scientista[*], poeta[*], Astronomo, Medico, music theorist[*], physico, mathematico, chimico, ethicist[*], faqih[*]
Obras notabile The Canon of Medicine[*], The Book of Healing[*]
Religion Shia Islam[*]
Lingua arabe, Persa
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ISNI 0000 0001 2143 0876
VIAF 89770781
Commons Avicenna

Su textos le plus famose son Le libro del curation e Le canon de medicina, tamben conocite como le Canon de Avicenna. Su discipulos le appelava Sheikh el-Raïs, que significa 'prince del sabios', o "le plus grande del medicos," "le Maestro por excellentia," o "le tertie Maestro (post Aristoteles e Al-Farabi). Ille es considerate un del principal medicos de tote tiempos.

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  1. Ravil Bukharaev, Islam in Russia: The Four Seasons, Palgrave Macmillan, 16 Eyl 2000, p.95
  2. Theodore Craig Levin, The Hundred Thousand Fools of God: Musical Travels in Central Asia (And Queens, New York), Indiana University Press, 1996, p.40