Abu 'Ubayd al-Juzjani

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Abū 'Ubayd al-Jūzjānī, (d.1070),[1] (ابو عبيد جوزجانی) was a Persian physician and chronicler from Guzgan.

He was the famous pupil of Avicenna, whom he first met in Gorgan.[2] He spent many years with his master in Isfahan, becoming his lifetime companion. After Avicenna's death, he completed Avicenna's Autobiography with a concluding section.[3]

The historian Ibn Abi Usaibia refers Avicenna and his close companion Abu Ubayd lived together the residence of Sheikh al-Raiss (which is the title given to Avicenna) and were used to pass each night on studying one by one the Canon and Shifā's instructions.[4]

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  1. ^ Science, Medicine and Technology, Ahmad Dallal, The Oxford History of Islam, ed. John L. Esposito, (Oxford University Press, 1999), 171.
  2. ^ Ibn Sina (1974). The Life of Ibn Sina. SUNY Press. p. 43. ISBN 0-87395-226-X.
  3. ^ Adamson, Peter (7 July 2016). Philosophy in the Islamic World: A History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps. Oxford University Press. p. 115. ISBN 978-0-19-957749-1.
  4. ^ Ibn Abi Usaibaa. 4th ed. Vol. 3. Beirut: House of Culture Press; 1987. Uyun al-Anba fi Tabaqat al Atibba, Dar al-Thiqafa, cited by Moosavi, Jamal (April–June 2009). "The Place of Avicenna in the History of Medicine". Avicenna J Med Biotechnol. 1 (1): 3–8. ISSN 2008-4625. OCLC 8145692545. PMC 3558117. PMID 23407771.

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