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1. Alkhateeb-Shehada, Housni, Mamluks and Animals : Veterinary Medicine in Medieval Islam. 1. 537 p.. Leiden: Brill, 2013.
Series: Sir Henry Wellcome Asian Series, 11
Subjects: General Works--Veterinary Medicine
2. Lev, Efraim // Chipman, Leigh // Niessen, Friedrich. "A Hospital Handbook for the Community: Evidence for the Extensive use of Ibn Abī 'l-Bayān's Al-Dustūr al-Bīmāristānī by the Jewish practitioners of medieval Cairo." Journal of Semitic Studies 53, 1 (2008): 103-118.
Subjects: Culture/Scholarship--Medicine
3. Guo, Li. Review of "The World of Pharmacy and Pharmacists in Mamlūk Cairo" by Leigh Chipman. Mamlūk Studies Review 16, (2012): 178-181.
Notes: Online at: http://mamluk.uchicago.edu/
Subjects: Scholarship--Science/Medicine
4. Northrup, Linda. "Al-Bīmāristān al-Manṣūrī Explorations: The Interface Between Medicine, Politics and Culture in Early Mamluk Egypt." ASK Working Papers 12, (September 2013): 37 p..
Notes: Online at: http://www.mamluk.uni-bonn.de/publications/working-paper/ask-wp-12-northrup.pdf
Subjects: Politics/Culture/Scholarship--Medicine
5. Chipman, Leigh; Lev, Efraim. "Syrups from the apothecary's shop: a Genizah fragment containing one of the earliest manuscripts of "Minhāj al-dukkān"." Journal of Semitic Studies 51, 1 (2006): 137-168.
Notes: Minhaj al-dukkan is a manual for pharmacists composed in 1260CE
Subjects: Scholarship--Medicine/Literature
6. Lewicka, Paulina, "Medicine for Muslims? Islamic Theologians, Non-Muslim Physicians and the Medical Culture of the Mamluk Near East." In History and Society during the Mamluk Period (1250-1517). 1. Edited by Conermann, Stephan. 83-106. Bonn: Bonn University Press, 2014.
Series: Mamluk Studies, 5
Subjects: Culture/Scholarship--Medicine
7. Leiser, Gary L. "Medical Education in Islamic Lands from the Seventh to the Fourteenth Centuries." Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Scienes 38, (1983): 48-75.
Subjects: Scholarship--Medicine

 

 

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