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Safavid surgery

Cyril Elgood

Safavid surgery

by Cyril Elgood

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Published by Symposium Publications Division, Pergamon Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Iran.
    • Subjects:
    • Surgery -- History.,
    • Medicine -- Iran.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 83.

      Statementby C. Elgood.
      SeriesAnalecta medico-historica,, 2
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsR632 .E4 1966
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxii, 83 p.
      Number of Pages83
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5977338M
      LC Control Number66004117
      OCLC/WorldCa3177729

      The importance of the Safavid period () in Iranian history has been increasingly recognised. Iran Under the Safavids aims at providing the student and general reader, in non-technical language, with a comprehensive history of the Safavid dynasty. Professor Savory considers the origins of the Safavid family, the course of the revolutionary movement which brought it to power and the. Isma‘il’s son, Tahmasp (r. –76), who had been trained in painting at an early age, was an active patron of the arts of the book. Artists from the Qara Quyunlu, Aq Quyunlu, and Timurid court studios were brought together and their work helped form a new Safavid style of painting.

      Paperblanks Safavid Binding Art Journal and Storage Collection. Ancient Islam produced countless treasures, most notably decorative bookbinding. Under the Safavid Dynasty (), design and production reached a pinnacle. Artisans engraved whole designs on single metal plates, which were then pressed into tinted Moroccan leather. Safavid surgery Cyril Elgood. Archive Cyril Elgood () served as physician to the British Embassy in Tehran, and was a keen student of the language, culture and history of Iran. More than two thirds of the book are taken up with commentaries on Avicenna. These are in four parts, only one of which has been published previously. The.

        The first part of the book is an account of the various classes concerned with medicine in Safavid Persia, ranging from clinicians and pharmacists to the authors of verse dealing with medical topics. The second part is a detailed account of surgery in Safavid Persia. The final part is an account of gynecology and obstetrics. Beginning in ancient times Persia has been a center of scientific achievement and was often the conduit of knowledge from China and India in the East to Greece and Rome in the West. Although Arabic remains the primary language used for scientific writing in the Islamic world, many scholars have also produced a range of scientific manuscripts and works in the Persian language.


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Safavid surgery. Oxford, Symposium Publications Division, Pergamon Press [] (OCoLC) Online version: Elgood, Cyril, Safavid surgery. Oxford, Symposium Publications Division, Pergamon Press [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version.

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Associated with the Islamic Golden Age, the Persian Safavid-style designs represented a high point for the art of the book. These bindings feature centralized designs of medallions, quadrants, plant and animal motifs, a pentagonal envelope flap closure and elaborately decorated doublures (interior covers), exquisite creations in cut-out leather /5().

The importance of the Safavid period () in Iranian history has been increasingly recognised. Iran Under the Safavids aims at providing the student and general reader, in non-technical language, with a comprehensive history of the Safavid dynasty. Professor Savory considers the origins of the Safavid family, the course of the Cited by: Book Art From a Golden Age.

Associated with the Islamic Golden Age, the Persian Safavid-style designs represented a high point for the art of the book. These bindings feature centralized designs of medallions, quadrants, plant and animal motifs, a pentagonal envelope flap closure and elaborately decorated doublures (interior covers), exquisite /5(8).

Safavid surgery book PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link)Author: Zachary Cope. In the process, he dissects the Safavid story, from before the capture of Tabriz by Shah Ismail (), the point at which Shiism became the realm's established faith; on to the sixteenth and early seventeenth century dominated by Shah Abbas (), whose patronage of art and architecture from his capital of Isfahan embodied the Cited by: Willem Floor is an independent scholar specializing in the history of Iran in the Safavid and modern ages.

His recent publications include The Persian Textile Industry in Historical Perspective,A Fiscal History of Iran in the Safavid and Qajar Periods,and Safavid Government : Hardcover.

On medicine see C. Elgood, Safavid Surgery, Oxford, ; Idem, Safavid Medical Practice, London, ; A. Newman, “Bāqir al-Majlisī and Islamicate Medicine: Safavid Medical Theory and Practice Re-examined,” in Idem, ed., Society and Culture in the Early Modern Middle East, pp. ; and W.

Floor, “The Import of Indian Textiles into. Ṣafavid dynasty, (–), ruling dynasty of Iran whose establishment of Shīʿite Islam as the state religion of Iran was a major factor in the emergence of a unified national consciousness among the various ethnic and linguistic elements of the country.

The Ṣafavids were descended from Sheykh Ṣafī al-Dīn (–) of Ardabīl. The Safavid dynasty (/ ˈ s æ f ə v ɪ d, ˈ s ɑː-/; Persian: دودمان صفوی ‎, romanized: Dudmâne Safavi, pronounced [d̪uːd̪ˈmɒːne sæfæˈviː]) was one of the most significant ruling dynasties of Iran from to The Safavid dynasty had its origin in the Safavid order of Sufism, which was established in the city of Ardabil in the Azerbaijan l: Tabriz (–), Qazvin (–).

Part 1 based on chapters of the author's History of medicine in Persia; pt. 2, on his Safavid surgery. Description: xvii, pages, plate 1 illustration 23 cm: Other Titles: Practice of medicine, surgery and gynaecology in Persia between A.D.

and A.D. into the Safavid Empire. An unfortunate feature of this otherwise important and readable work is the complete lack of any footnotes, citations, or bibliography. How-ever, all reference to passages and sources used in his section of Safavid surgery can be obtained from the monograph ofand full references to works employed for the.

Safavid medical practice, or the practice of medicine, surgery and gynecology in Persia between A.D. and r: Sami K. Hamarneh. Cyril Elgood () served as physician to the British Embassy in Tehran, and was a keen student of the language, culture and history of Iran.

He begins this short work by reviewing three major accounts of medical history written during the Safavid period (): The Mirror of Health of Gh. One of the most important organizations in Persian troops was the military surgery.

This study presents a brief biography of Hakim Mohammad (a military surgeon in Safavid era) and introduces his book, Dhakhira-yi-Kamilah. Safavid kings (– CE) with unifying all of Persian regions and provinces reconstructed the Persian : S-Ali Khodaie, Farzaneh Ghaffari, Arman Zargaran, Arman Zargaran, Mohsen Naseri.

One of the most important organizations in Persian troops was the military surgery. Methods: This study presents a brief biography of Hakim Mohammad (a military surgeon in Safavid era) and. Safavid Art and Architecture book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The era of Safavid rule () was a time of dynamic rel /5(2). Iran Under the Safavids aims at providing the student and general reader, in non-technical language, with a comprehensive history of the Safavid dynasty.

Professor Savory considers the origins of the Safavid family, the course of the revolutionary movement which brought it The importance of the Safavid period () in Iranian history has /5.

Safavid art is the art of the Persian Safavid dynasty from toin present-day Iran and Caucasia. It was a high point for the art of the book and architecture; and also including ceramics, metal, glass, and gardens.

The arts of the Safavid period show a far more unitary development than in any other period of Iranian art. The Safavid Empire was one of the most significant ruling. Safavid Iran book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The Safavid period () is often viewed as the golden era in Ira /5.The Safavid order, also called the Safaviyya (Persian: صفویه ‎), was a tariqa founded by the Kurdish mystic Safi-ad-din Ardabili (–).

It held a prominent place in the society and politics of northwestern Iran in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, but today it is best known for having given rise to the Safavid initially founded under the Shafi'i school of.Safavid culture is often admired for the large-scale city planning and architecture, achievements made during the reign of later shahs, but the arts of persian miniature, book-binding and calligraphy, in fact, never received as much attention as they did during his l: Tabriz (–), Qazvin (–).