Persian painting

Persian painting

Galeri: Medya Çuvalı Sahaf
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Persian painting

by Gray,Basil

 

Publication date 1977

Topics Painting-Iran:Iran, MinistryOfCulture

Publisher Macmillan, London

Collection digitallibraryindia; JaiGyan

Language English; Persian

 

Bakhtshooa Gondishapoori (also spelled Bukhtishu and Bukht-Yishu in many a literature) were Assyrian Nestorian Christian[1][2] physicians from the 7th, 8th, and 9th centuries, spanning 6 generations and 250 years. Some of them served as the personal physicians of Caliphs.[3] Jurjis son of Bukht-Yishu was awarded 10,000 dinars by al-Mansur after attending to his malady in 765CE.[4] It is even said that one of the members of this family was received as physician to Imam Sajjad(the 4th Shia Imam) during his illness in the events of Karbala.[5]
Like most physicians in the early Abbasid courts, they came from the Academy of Gundishapur in Persia (in modern-day southwestern Iran). They were well versed in the Greek and Hindi sciences, including those of PlatoAristotlePythagoras, and Galen, which they aided in translating while working in Gondeshapur.[6]
Their family was originally from Ahvaz, near Jondishapur, however they eventually moved to the city of Baghdad, and later on to Nsibin Northern Syria, which was part of the Persian Empire in the Sassanid era.[7]
Yahya al-Barmaki, the vizier and mentor to Harun al-Rashid, provided patronage to the academy and hospital in Gondeshapur helped assure the promotion and growth of astronomy, medicine, and philosophy, not only in Persia but also in the Abbasid empire in general

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