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Abbas n Firnas (tamazight ⵄⴱⴱⴰⵙ ⵏ ⴼⵉⵔⵏⴰⵙ Ɛabbas n Firnas, s taɛrabt, DMG 'ʿAbbās b. Firnās' * irured: 810 [1] di Ronda; † 887 ura di 888 di Córdoba) tuɣat d azlawi, d aselmad, amesnu n tdawa, azwar ns d amaziɣ zi Andalus.

Tudart d Timegga ns[edit | edit source]

tuɣa yeddar di rwqt rumi tuɣa iḥekkem al-Hakam I., Abd ar-Rahman II. und Muhammad I. tuɣat d azrawi n reqsar n umawiyyen di qurtuba, yarra taynit i reḥsab, d tusna n ujenna, d fisika. isselmd-asn rḥsan aɛcuri ahindawi di Andalus, iyermed netta zi temriḥt yegga ɣa l Ɛiraq[2]. issemɣar di tusna n tɣuri idarɣaren. [3]

teqnen ɣars rad rebni n ijen tiyyara.

Akarrem[edit | edit source]

xafs semman ijn umcan di tziri, qaren-as: taḥbut  n ɛebbas bn firnas, d ijn n ibyasyunen di baɣdad iksi rad netta ism ns, gin-as din rad ttimtal, it id isbanen ɣars afriwn.

Min xas yuran[edit | edit source]

  • Stephan und Nandy Ronart: Lexikon der Arabischen Welt. Artemis, Zürich und Stuttgart 1972.
  • Mercedes Aragón Huerta: Abbas ibn Firnas: de personaje histórico a personaje literario, en la obra narrativa de Zakariyya Tamir. In: Al-Andalus Magreb: Revista de la Escuela de Estudios Arabes de Madrid y Granada, Nr. 7 (1999), Template:ISSN, S. 21–41 (online Subskriptionszugriff; spanisch).

Linkat n Web[edit | edit source]

TTimatal n abbas bn firnas

  1. 274 AH
  2. ɛiraq
  3. Lynn White: Eilmer of Malmesbury, an Eleventh Century Aviator: A Case Study of Technological Innovation, Its Context and Tradition. In: Technology and Culture, Bd. 2, Nr. 2 (1961), S. 97–111 (hier: S. 100–101), doi:10.2307/3101411.