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A Note on ‘Arabic’ r/zāmhrān

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[Abstract This article deals with the reception and the etymology of the term r/zāmhrān, a ‘foreign’ drug name occasionally occurring in medieval Arabic pharmacological literature. The argument rests on the sources and focuses on philological documentation., Abstract This article deals with the reception and the etymology of the term r/zāmhrān, a ‘foreign’ drug name occasionally occurring in medieval Arabic pharmacological literature. The argument rests on the sources and focuses on philological documentation.]

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2011-01-01
2016-12-07

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