al-Baghdadi, Abu’l-Barakat

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  • Da'ud Abu al-Fadl — (1161–1242) was a Karaite Jewish physician who lived in Egypt in the twelfth century CE. He born at Cairo in 1161 and died there about 1242. Having studied medicine under the Jewish physician Hibat Allah ibn Jami, and under Abu al Fafa il ibn… …   Wikipedia

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