Arab Muslims’ Medicine and Pharmacy in Andalusia: 138-172 A. H./ 755-788 A.D

Sahar A.M. Al-Majali


Andalusia played remarkable role in disseminating Arab system of medicine and pharmacy to rest of Europe and through Europe to other parts of the globe at a time when most of the geographic regions were living in the ‘dark ages.’ The Islamic scholars translated the Greek classics, studied them, particularly in the realm of medicine, conducted their own research and made new innovations in the field of medicine, pharmacy and other sciences thus enriching the existing knowledge. The world had almost lost the original Greek classics texts and the Arabic translations of these classics well-preserved were again translated into Latin and other languages and thus reached to Europe and other parts of the globe.

Keywords:  Andalusia, Arab- Muslim’s, Europe, Greece, Medicine, Pharmacy.

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