Prophets of Medicine and Medicine of the Prophet: Debates on Medical Theory and Practice in the Medieval Middle East
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CitationRagab, Ahmed. 2009. The prophets of medicine and the medicine of the prophet: Debates on medical theory and practice in the medieval Middle East. Paper presented at Harvard University, Center for Middle Eastern Studies and Harvard Society of Arab Students, Cambridge, Massachusetts, November 2009.
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