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Aristotle, too, lives on in this story: he appears in a dream to a caliph's son, and he fascinates generations of Islamic scholars.
Pathfinders: The Golden Age of Arabic Science by Jim alKhalili – review

Many of the caliph's books came from Baghdad, known for its House of Wisdom, where for 200 years works of mathematics, astronomy, physics and medicine had been translated from Greek, Persian and Hindu and further developed by Islamic scholars.
Nancy Marie Brown: The Abacus And The Cross: When The Pope Was A Scientist:

Why, if dear Bosie were here, instead of indulging himself so selfishly in Italy, he would write verses to you, ma'mselle  verses like purple blooms in a caliph's garden.

Many of the caliph's books came from Baghdad, known for its House of Wisdom, where for 200 years works of mathematics, astronomy, physics and medicine had been translated from Greek, Persian and Hindu and further developed by Islamic scholars.
Nancy Marie Brown: The Abacus and The Cross: When the Pope Was A Scientist

She looked like Sheherazade in the caliph's garden, and didn't she know it, just?

Many of the caliph's books came from Baghdad, known for its House of Wisdom, where for 200 years works of mathematics, astronomy, physics and medicine had been translated from Greek, Persian and Hindu and further developed by Islamic scholars.
Nancy Marie Brown: The Abacus and The Cross: When the Pope Was A Scientist

Many of the caliph's books came from Baghdad, known for its House of Wisdom, where for 200 years works of mathematics, astronomy, physics and medicine had been translated from Greek, Persian and Hindu and further developed by Islamic scholars.
Nancy Marie Brown: The Abacus and The Cross: When the Pope Was A Scientist

Many of the caliph's books came from Baghdad, known for its House of Wisdom, where for 200 years works of mathematics, astronomy, physics and medicine had been translated from Greek, Persian and Hindu and further developed by Islamic scholars.
Nancy Marie Brown: The Abacus And The Cross: When The Pope Was A Scientist:

Many of the caliph's books came from Baghdad, known for its House of Wisdom, where for 200 years works of mathematics, astronomy, physics and medicine had been translated from Greek, Persian and Hindu and further developed by Islamic scholars.
Nancy Marie Brown: The Abacus and The Cross: When the Pope Was A Scientist

Presumably General Bradley was named for the poet Omar Khayyam, who bore the caliph's name.
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