Al-Malik al-Mansur Sayf ad-Din Abu Bakr ( Arabic: الملك المنصور سيف الدين أبو بكر ), better known as al-Mansur Abu Bakr ( Arabic: المنصور أبو بكر ), (ca. 1321 – November 1341) was the Bahri Mamluk sultan in 1341. From an early age, Abu Bakr received military training in the desert town of al-Karak.
- An-Nasir Muhammad
- Daughter of Emir Tuquzdamur al-Hamawi
This manuscript preserves one of the most famous medieval Arabic medical treatises, the Kitab al-Mansouri fi al-Tibb (The book on medicine dedicated to al-Mansur), which was composed by the well-known Persian physician, natural scientist, philosopher, and alchemist Abu Bakr Muḥammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi (865-925) early in the 10th century.
Al-Malik al-Mansur Sayf ad-Din Abu Bakr , better known as al-Mansur Abu Bakr , was the Bahri Mamluk sultan in 1341. From an early age, Abu Bakr received military training in the desert town of al-Karak. His father, Sultan an-Nasir Muhammad , groomed him as a potential successor to the throne and made him an emir in 1335. He was consistently promoted in the following years, becoming the na'ib ...
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Al-Malik al-Mansur Sayf ad-Din Abu Bakr, more commonly referred to as simply al-Mansur Abu Bakr, reigned as the Mamluk Sultan in 1341 CE. Born in or around 1321, the son of Sultan an-Nasir Muhammad (r. 1310-1341), Abu Bakr was the eldest of three brothers begat from his concubine mother, Narijis.
al-Mansur. Abū Jaʿfar ʿAbd Allāh ibn Muḥammad al-Manṣūr ( / ælmænˈsʊər /; Arabic: أبو جعفر عبد الله بن محمد المنصور ; 95 AH – 158 AH/714 CE – 6 October 775 CE) usually known simply as by his laqab al-Manṣūr (المنصور) was the second Abbasid caliph, reigning from 136 AH to 158 AH (754 CE ...
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Unlike most medieval Europeans, Muslim geographers such as Abu Zaid, al-Masudi, al-Idrisi, al-Istakhri, and Albufeda had concluded that the Atlantic Ocean was not the western edge of the world, and their ideas may have come to Abubakari through scholars at the great Muslim university in Timbuktu.