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Person Māšāʾallāh Ibn-Aṯarī
Andere Namen Māšāʾallāh ibn Sāriya
Messahalla
Māshāʾallāh
Ibn-Aṯarī, Māšāʾallāh
Māšāʾallāh Ibn Aṯarī
Māšāʾallāh Ibn-Aṯarī al-Yahūdī
Māshāʾallāh Ibn Atharī al-Yahūdī
Māshāʾallāh Ibn Atharī
Māšāʾa Allāh Ibn-Aṯarī
Māshāʾa Allāh Ibn Atharī
Māšāʾa Allāh Ibn-Aṯarī al-Yahūdī
Māshāʾa Allāh Ibn Atharī al-Yahūdī
Māšāʾallāh al-Yahūdī
Māšāʾa Allāh al-Yahūdī
Māshāʾa Allāh al-Yahūdī
Māshāʾallāh al-Yahūdī
Mā Shā Allāh, al-Miṣrī ((VD-16))
Mesehella
Manasse
Pseudo-Messahalla
Messehalath
Messahalah
Messahallach
Quelle LMA,VI,361/62; LCAuth; Internet
Zeit Lebensdaten: 740-815 (abweichendes Geburtsjahr 730)
Land Iran (XB-IR)
Beruf(e) Astrologe
Astronom
Weitere Angaben was an eighth-century Persian Jewish astrologer and astronomer from the city of Basra (located in Iraq) who became the leading astrologer of the late 8th century. The crater Messala on the Moon is named after him. Science historian Donald Hill writes that Mashallah was originally from Khorasan.
Beziehungen zu Personen Dürer, Albrecht (VD-16 Mitverf.)
Gerardus, Cremonensis (VD-16 Mitverf.)
Heller, Joachim (VD-16 Mitverf.)
Stabius, Johannes (VD-16 Mitverf.)
Brusch, Kaspar (VD-16 Mitverf.)
Moibanus, Johannes (VD-16 Mitverf.)
Typ Person (piz)