Palmiers-Dattiers et Dattes dans l’Occident Musulman dʼaprès la ʿUmdat al-ṭabīb fī maʿrifat al-nabāt li-kull labīb d’Abū l-Khayr al-Ishbīlī (6e/xiie siècle)
AbstractThis short article aims to reveal information about the Arab and Berber vocabulary
of date palms and dates, contained in the botanical work of Abū l-Khayr
al-Ishbīlī and other writers of the Muslim West in the Middle Ages. This study
allows us to observe some small differences of the various vocabularies used by
Arab authors for the date and the date palm, as well as their use for medical and
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