Aaron of Alexandria

Aaron of Alexandria was a physician active in the 7th century.wikipedia
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He was the first medical author in antiquity who mentioned the diseases of small pox and measles.
c. 620 Aaron of Alexandria Syriac . He wrote 30 books on medicine, the "Pandects". He was the first author in antiquity who mentioned the diseases of smallpox and measles translated by Māsarjawaih a Syrian Jew and Physician, into Arabic about A. D. 683

Syriac language

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His works were translated into Arabic and Syriac, and were used later by al-Razi.

Al-Razi

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His works were translated into Arabic and Syriac, and were used later by al-Razi.

History of medicine

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Aaron wrote 30 books on medicine, the "Pandects".

Smallpox

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He was the first medical author in antiquity who mentioned the diseases of small pox and measles.

Measles

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He was the first medical author in antiquity who mentioned the diseases of small pox and measles.

Masarjawaih

Masarjawaih translated the medical Pandects of the archdeacon or presbyter Aaron of Alexandria (fl.