Friday, May 19, 2006

Islam Online on the Rambam

From an article on Muslim Cordoba:
The Great Mosque of Cordoba stands as a symbolic testament of Muslim Cordoba (or Qurtuba in Arabic) which once contained 250,000 buildings and 3,000 mosques, palaces, and baths (Gedal). Cordoba was the birthplace of the Roman stoic Seneca, the Muslim philosopher Ibn Rushd (Averroes), and the Jewish physician and philosopher Maimonides (Abu 'Imran Musa ibn Maymun ibn 'Ubayd Allah).
That's a pretty cool way to refer to the Rambam. More here.

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