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The House of Wisdom was much more than an academic center removed from the broader society.
The famous library known as the House of Wisdom was located within its grounds.
Today a man would leap from the great stone tower of the House of Wisdom itself.
The House of Wisdom was an institution where Greek works were translated and made available to scholars.
Reaching the House of Wisdom, she finds Valérian and the Ambassador.
By the middle of the ninth century, the House of Wisdom was the largest repository of books in the world.
This is a list of notable people related to the House of Wisdom, most of them are mentioned in the text above.
"This was the House of Wisdom," said Narlena.
The Bayt al-Hikma, or House of Wisdom, was established during his reign.
My fee-master in the House of Wisdom, Father Boniface, he rents them out to those with land to clear.
It opened in December 1989 and is named after the famous library, House of Wisdom, in Baghdad.
He established the legendary library Bayt al-Hikma ("House of Wisdom").
If he is indeed wise he does not bid you enter the house of wisdom, but rather leads you to the threshold of your own mind.
The bimaristan (medical school) and bayt al-hikmah (house of wisdom) were established by professors and graduates from Jundishapur.
Besides translating books to Arabic and preserving them, scholars associated with the House of Wisdom also made many remarkable original contributions to diverse fields.
Al-Ma'mun was personally involved in the daily life of the House of Wisdom, regularly visiting its scholars and inquiring about their activities.
It is believed that the House of Wisdom was disbanded under Al-Mutawakkil, al-Ma'mūn's successor.
The translation movement at the House of Wisdom was kick-started by the translation of Aristotle's Topics.
He is remembered for the compendium of his poetry called 'Risalo', a treasure house of wisdom as well as romantic folklore and fine pottery.
Many of them retreated to the House of Wisdom and slaved night and day at finding methods of helping people to stay Waking.
The House of Wisdom founded by al-Ma'mun translated and preserved the science and philosophy of the ancient Greeks.
Some other places have also been called House of Wisdom, and should not be confused with Baghdad's Bayt al-Hikma:
Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi worked at the House of Wisdom, where people worked on translating scientific works.
Its "House of Wisdom" ('Beyt al-Ḥikma') was the intellectual hub of the Muslim world.
When they were out of sight and earshot of anybody lurking in the domes of the House of Wisdom, he stopped and turned to the girl.
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