Cicero and Horace disparaged the faithful translator, a Jew. The eminent Christian Syriac / Arabic translator Hunayn ibn Ishaq faithfully translated Galen. … Read the post faithful translator Hunayn ibn Ishaq promoted Galenic understanding
Providing respectable testimony to the relation of Jesus and Galen may have been a motivation for writing Hunayn’s autobiographical epistle. … Read the post Hanayn ibn Ishaq: disciple of Jesus and Galen
The evidence favors Hanayn’s authorship of his autobiographical epistle c. 860. The epistle survives only in ibn Abi Usaibia’s 13th-century text. … Read the post did Hunayn author his autobiographical epistle?
The Hunaynine epistle is best understood as a Pauline epistle with Hunayn as the famous and faithful Galenic-Christian disciple. … Read the post understanding the autobiographical epistle attributed to Hunayn