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(Ibn Sīnā  ابن سینا)
Avicenna Portrait on Silver Vase - Museum at BuAli Sina (Avicenna) Mausoleum - Hamadan - Western Iran (7423560860).jpg
Conventional modren portrait (on a siller vase, Avicenna Mausoleum an Museum, Hamadan)
Born c. 980 CE
Afshona, Peshkunskiy, Bukhara, Samanid Empire
Died Juin 1037 (aged 56–57)
Hamadān, Kakuyid Emirate
Ither names
  • Sharaf al-Mulk
  • Hujjat al-Haq
  • Sheikh al-Rayees
  • Ibn-Sino (Abu Ali Abdulloh Ibn-Sino)
  • Bu Alī Sīnā (بو علی سینا)
Academic backgrund
Academic wirk
Era Islamic Gowden Age
Main interests
Notable wirks

Avicenna (/ˌævˈsɛnə/; Laitinised form o Ibn-Sīnā, Arabic full name Abū ʿAlī al-Ḥusayn ibn ʿAbd Allāh ibn Al-Hasan ibn Ali ibn Sīnā[4] أبو علي الحسين ابن عبد الله ابن سينا; c. 980 – Juin 1037) wis a Persie polymath who is regairdit as ane o the maist signeeficant thinkers an writers o the Islamic Gowden Age.[5]

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  1. In Bukhara (19 years) then Gurgānj, Khwārazm (13 years).
  2. In Gorgān, 1012–14.
  3. In Ray (1 year), Hamadān (9 years) an Isfahān (13 years). "D. Gutas, 1987, ''AVICENNA ii. Biography'', Encyclopædia Iranica". Iranicaonline.org. Retrieved 2012-01-07. 
  4. (Goichon 1999)
  5. "Avicenna (Persian philosopher and scientist) – Britannica Online Encyclopedia". Britannica.com. Retrieved 2012-01-07. . Paul Strathern (2005). A brief history of medicine: from Hippocrates to gene therapy. Running Press. p. 58. ISBN 978-0-7867-1525-1. . Brian Duignan (2010). Medieval Philosophy. The Rosen Publishing Group. p. 89. ISBN 978-1-61530-244-4. . Michael Kort (2004). Central Asian republics. Infobase Publishing. p. 24. ISBN 978-0-8160-5074-1. 
    • "He was born in 370/980 in Afshana, his mother's home, near Bukhara. His native language was Persian" (from "Ibn Sina ("Avicenna")", Encyclopedia of Islam, Brill, second edition (2009). Accessed via Brill Online at www.encislam.brill.nl).
    • "Avicenna was the greatest of all Persian thinkers; as physician and metaphysician ..." (excerpt from A.J. Arberry, Avicenna on Theology, KAZI PUBN INC, 1995).
    • "Whereas the name of Avicenna (Ibn Sina, died 1037) is generally listed as chronologically first among noteworthy Iranian philosophers, recent evidence has revealed previous existence of Ismaili philosophical systems with a structure no less complete than of Avicenna" (from p. 74 of Henry Corbin, The Voyage and the messenger: Iran and philosophy, North Atlantic Books, 1998.