Bahāʾ al‐Dīn Muḥammad ibn Ḥusayn al‐ʿĀmilī (also known as Shaykh‐i Bahāʾī, Persian: شیخ بهایی‎‎) (18 February 1547 – 1 September 1621) was a scholar, philosopher, architect, mathematician, astronomer and poet who lived in the late 16th and early 17th centuries in Iran. He was born in Baalbek which is a part of ancient Jabal Amel region in south Lebanon but immigrated in his childhood to Safavid Iran with his father. He was one of the earliest astronomers in the Islamic world to suggest the possibility of the Earth's movement prior to the spread of the Copernican theory. He is considered one of the main co-founders of Isfahan School of Islamic Philosophy. In later years he became one of the teachers of Mulla Sadra.

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  • الشيخ محمد بن حسين الحارثي المعروف بـالشيخ البهائي (953 هـ- 1030 هـ) (ar)
  • Baha' Al-Din Al-'Amili, dit Sheikh Bahai, - , était un poète soufi, philosophe, mathématicien, astronome, alchimiste Persan du XVIIe siècle. Né en 1547 à Baalbek, au Liban, il émigre en Iran à l’âge de 13 ans. Après avoir étudié à Qazvin puis à Hérat, voyagé en Syrie, en Égypte, et en Irak, il s’établit à Isfahan. Personnage public important sous le souverain safavide Shah AbbasIer, il participe à la conception de la Mosquée du Shah et y élabore l’horloge solaire qui indique l’heure de la prière à mi-journée. Il décède en 1621 à Isfahan, et est enterré à Mashhad. Son œuvre littéraire consiste en des poèmes épiques, ainsi que des recueils juridiques. (fr)
  • Scheich Bahauddin Amili (arabisch , DMG Bahāʾ ad-dīn al-ʿĀmilī; * 20. März 1546, Baalbek, Libanon; † 20. August 1622, Iran), genannt Scheich Bahai (arabisch / persisch ), war ein schiitischer Theologe und Jurist im Persien der Zeit der Safawiden, der große Kenntnisse in Philosophie, Logik, Sternkunde und Mathematik besaß. Er gilt als einer der Gründer der Schule von Isfahan. In späteren Jahren war er einer der Lehrer von Mulla Sadra. In seiner Abhandlung Anatomie des Himmels stellte Scheich Bahai die Möglichkeit der Rotation der Erde um ihre Achse dar. (de)
  • Баха ад-Дин Мухаммад ибн ал-Хусайн ал-Амили (Баальбек, 1547 — Исфахан, 1622) — известный сефевидский математик, астроном, философ и поэт. Был шейх-ал-исламом при дворе шаха Аббаса I в Исфахане.Ал-Амили составил трактат «Сущность арифметики», «Трактат об арифметических правилах и геометричеких указаниях», трактат «Разъяснение небесных сфер», «Трактат об астролябии», «Трактат об определении киблы», «Трактат об исследовании глобуса», энциклопедический трактат «Чаша дервиша».В трактате «Разъяснение небесных сфер» ал-Амили отметил возможность вращения Земли вокруг оси. По его мнению, она не опровергнута современной ему наукой.Ал-Амили принадлежат сборники разного рода сведений по литературе, истории, догматическому богословию, суфизму. Он написал дидактическую поэму «Молоко и сахар». Также он писал газели и рубаи на арабском и персидском языках. (ru)
  • Bahāʾ al‐Dīn Muḥammad ibn Ḥusayn al‐ʿĀmilī (also known as Shaykh‐i Bahāʾī, Persian: شیخ بهایی) (18 February 1547 – 1 September 1621) was a scholar, philosopher, architect, mathematician, astronomer and poet who lived in the late 16th and early 17th centuries in Iran. He was born in Baalbek which is a part of ancient Jabal Amel region in south Lebanon but immigrated in his childhood to Safavid Iran with his father. He was one of the earliest astronomers in the Islamic world to suggest the possibility of the Earth's movement prior to the spread of the Copernican theory. He is considered one of the main co-founders of Isfahan School of Islamic Philosophy. In later years he became one of the teachers of Mulla Sadra. He wrote over 100 treatises and books in different topics, in Arabic and Persian. A number of architectural and engineering designs are attributed to him. These may have included the Naqsh-e Jahan Square and Charbagh Avenue in Isfahan, as well as designing the Manar Jonban, also known as the two shaking minarets, situated on either side of the mausoleum of Amoo Abdollah Garladani in the west of Isfahan.[citation needed] He is buried in Imam Reza's shrine in Mashad in Iran. (en)
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  • الشيخ محمد بن حسين الحارثي المعروف بـالشيخ البهائي (953 هـ- 1030 هـ) (ar)
  • Baha' Al-Din Al-'Amili, dit Sheikh Bahai, - , était un poète soufi, philosophe, mathématicien, astronome, alchimiste Persan du XVIIe siècle. Né en 1547 à Baalbek, au Liban, il émigre en Iran à l’âge de 13 ans. Après avoir étudié à Qazvin puis à Hérat, voyagé en Syrie, en Égypte, et en Irak, il s’établit à Isfahan. Personnage public important sous le souverain safavide Shah AbbasIer, il participe à la conception de la Mosquée du Shah et y élabore l’horloge solaire qui indique l’heure de la prière à mi-journée. Il décède en 1621 à Isfahan, et est enterré à Mashhad. Son œuvre littéraire consiste en des poèmes épiques, ainsi que des recueils juridiques. (fr)
  • Scheich Bahauddin Amili (arabisch , DMG Bahāʾ ad-dīn al-ʿĀmilī; * 20. März 1546, Baalbek, Libanon; † 20. August 1622, Iran), genannt Scheich Bahai (arabisch / persisch ), war ein schiitischer Theologe und Jurist im Persien der Zeit der Safawiden, der große Kenntnisse in Philosophie, Logik, Sternkunde und Mathematik besaß.Er gilt als einer der Gründer der Schule von Isfahan. In späteren Jahren war er einer der Lehrer von Mulla Sadra. In seiner Abhandlung Anatomie des Himmels stellte Scheich Bahai die Möglichkeit der Rotation der Erde um ihre Achse dar. (de)
  • Bahāʾ al‐Dīn Muḥammad ibn Ḥusayn al‐ʿĀmilī (also known as Shaykh‐i Bahāʾī, Persian: شیخ بهایی‎‎) (18 February 1547 – 1 September 1621) was a scholar, philosopher, architect, mathematician, astronomer and poet who lived in the late 16th and early 17th centuries in Iran. He was born in Baalbek which is a part of ancient Jabal Amel region in south Lebanon but immigrated in his childhood to Safavid Iran with his father. He was one of the earliest astronomers in the Islamic world to suggest the possibility of the Earth's movement prior to the spread of the Copernican theory. He is considered one of the main co-founders of Isfahan School of Islamic Philosophy. In later years he became one of the teachers of Mulla Sadra. (en)
  • Баха ад-Дин Мухаммад ибн ал-Хусайн ал-Амили (Баальбек, 1547 — Исфахан, 1622) — известный сефевидский математик, астроном, философ и поэт. (ru)
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