Ibn Abi Usaibia

1204 - 1269

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Ibn Abī Uṣaybiʿa Muʾaffaq al-Dīn Abū al-ʿAbbās Aḥmad Ibn Al-Qāsim Ibn Khalīfa al-Khazrajī (Arabic: ابن أبي أصيبعة‎; 1203–1270), commonly referred to as Ibn Abi Usaibia (also Usaibi'ah, Usaybea, Usaibi`a, Usaybiʿah, etc.), was an Arab physician from Syria in the 13th century CE. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ibn Abi Usaibia has received more than 42,625 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Ibn Abi Usaibia is the 348th most popular physician (up from 359th in 2019), the 101st most popular biography from Syria (down from 97th in 2019) and the most popular Physician.

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Among physicians, Ibn Abi Usaibia ranks 348 out of 502Before him are Carlos Finlay, Ernst Wilhelm von Brücke, Wu Lien-teh, Nikolai Korotkov, Ferdinand Ritter von Hebra, and Özlem Türeci. After him are Johann Christian Reil, Tasuku Honjo, Richard Wilhelm, Albert Ludwig Sigesmund Neisser, Ron Wyatt, and Willi Graf.

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Among people born in 1204, Ibn Abi Usaibia ranks 9Before him are Henry I of Castile, Margaret of Austria, Queen of Bohemia, Raymond Nonnatus, Henry Raspe, Otto I, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg, and Maria of Courtenay. After him is Berengaria of León. Among people deceased in 1269, Ibn Abi Usaibia ranks 2Before him is Nikephoros Blemmydes. After him are Ulrich III, Duke of Carinthia and Sava II.

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In Syria

Among people born in Syria, Ibn Abi Usaibia ranks 101 out of 181Before him are Salih Muslim (1951), Mariam al-Asturlabi (950), Mithridates I Callinicus (-200), Gaius Julius Priscus (250), John X of Antioch (1955), and John Moschus (550). After him are Tiridates II of Parthia (-100), Ibn al-Qalanisi (1073), Husni al-Za'im (1897), Ignatius Moses I Daoud (1930), Hashim al-Atassi (1875), and Michael Ansara (1922).


Among physicians born in Syria, Ibn Abi Usaibia ranks 1