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  1. The Works of Geber by E. J. Holmyard, Richard Russell, 2010-05-23
  2. Die Alchemie des Geber. Übers. und erklärt von Ernst Darmstaedter (German Edition) by Ernst Darmstaedter, 2010-05-13
  3. Geber; a tale of the reign of Harun al Raschid, Khalif of Baghdad by Kate A. Benton, 2010-09-09
  4. Geber by Arthur Edward Waite, 2006-09-15
  5. Geber's Best Writings on Alchemy by Geber, 2010-09-10
  6. People From Razavi Khorasan: People From Gonbad, People From Mashhad, People From Neyshabur, People From Sabzevar, People From Tous, Geber
  7. Geber: Webster's Timeline History, 700 - 2007 by Icon Group International, 2009-07-08
  8. Franchising als Instrument zur "Festigung der Marktstellung": Moglichkeiten und Grenzen einer Unternehmung als Franchise-Geber in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland ... Studien) (German Edition) by Walter E Beyer, 1988
  9. Landliche Armut trotz Entwicklungsprogrammen: Eine Untersuchung zum Beitrag des Staates, internationaler Geber und Nichtregierungsorganisationen zur landlichen ... on international problems) (German Edition) by Ulrich Benterbusch, 1988
  10. The Discovery of Secrets Attributed to Geber by Geber, 1989-02
  11. The Summa Perfectionis of Pseudo-Geber: A Critical Edition, Translation, and Study (Collection De Travaux De L'academie Internationale D'historie De) by William R. Newman, Geber, 1997-08
  12. The Alchemical Works of Geber by Jabir Ibn Hayyan, Richard Russell, 1994-04
  13. Books Are for Talking, Too! by Jane L. Gebers, 2002-11
  14. Gender and Sexual Dimorphism in Flowering Plants

1. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Asiongaber (Ezion-Geber)
More properly Eziongeber, a city of Idumea, situated on the northern extremity of the Ælanitic Gulf, now called the Gulf of Akabah.
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Children of Israel encamped in Asiongaber in their journey through the wilderness (Num., xxxiii, 35). The ships of Solomon and Hiram started from this port on their voyage to Ophir. It was the main port for Israel's commerce with the countries bordering on the Red Sea and Indian Ocean. Josaphat, King of Juda, joined himself with Ochozias, the wicked King of Israel , to make ships in Asiongaber; but God disapproved the unholy alliance, and the ships were broken in the port (II Par., xx,37). A.E. BREEN
Transcribed by Thomas J. Bress The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume I
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2. Geber
The name geber, a Latinized form of Jabir, was adopted because of the great Four works by Geber are known Summa perfectionis magisterii (The Sum of
Geber was born in the 14th century. He was an unknown author of several books that were among the most influential works on alchemy and metallurgy during the 14th and 15th centuries. The name Geber, a Latinized form of Jabir, was adopted because of the great reputation of the 8th-century Arab alchemist Jabir ibn Hayyan. A number of Arabic scientific works credited to Jabir were translated into Latin during the 11th to 13th centuries. Thus, when an author who was probably a practicing Spanish alchemist began to write in about 1310, he adopted the westernized form of the name, Geber, to give added authority to his work, which nevertheless reflected 14th-century European alchemical practices rather than earlier Arab ones. Four works by Geber are known: Summa perfectionis magisterii (The Sum of Perfection or the Perfect Magistery, 1678), Liber fornacum (Book of Furnaces, 1678), De investigatione perfectionis (The Investigation of Perfection, 1678), and De inventione veritatis (The Invention of Verity, 1678). They are the clearest expression of alchemical theory and the most important set of laboratory directions to appear before the 16th century. Accordingly, they were widely read and extremely influential in a field where mysticism, secrecy, and obscurity were the usual rule.

3. Geber
Geber. Geber was born in the 14th century. Geber. Geber was born in the 14th century.

4. Geber, Arab Alchemist And Physician. The Columbia Encyclopedia
geber, Arab alchemist and physician. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 200105

5. GEBER [Jabir Ibn Hayyan]
GEBER Jabir Ibn Hayyan. Alchemiae Gebri. Bern, 1545. printed texts of Geber suggests that the corpus of the writings attributed to Geber is

6. Jabir Ibn Hayyan (Geber) (The Father Of Modern Chemistry)
Renaissance Man, known in the west as geber, the father of molecular chemistry, wrote more than 200 books including 80 books on chemistry.

7. Geber's Discovery Of Secrets
Geber's Discovery of Secrets. This Geber text was translated by Robert R. Steele from the original manuscript.

8. Traumhochzeit Geber
Traumhochzeit Brautmoden Geber

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10. Monica A Geber
Monica geber, Cornell University, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

Monica A. Geber
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11. Geber His Life And Works
Geber published by E. P. Dutton Co., New York City (See "Credit Note " page 164), and represent by sketch the apparatus, supposedly of Geber

12. Monica Geber - Publications
geber, MA, and VM Eckhart. Experimental studies of adaptation in Clarkia xantiana. geber, MA, and LR Griffen. 2003. Inheritance and natural selection on

Selected Publications
Monica A. Geber

Geber, M.A., and V.M. Eckhart. Experimental studies of adaptation in Clarkia xantiana . II. Fitness variation across a subspecies border. Evolution (in review).
Eckhart, V.M., M.A. Geber, and C.M. McGuire. 2004. Experimental studies of adaptation in Clarkia xantiana . I. Sources of trait variation across a subspecies border. Evolution
Geber, M.A., and L.R. Griffen. 2003. Inheritance and natural selection on functional traits. International Journal of Plant Sciences 164(3 Suppl.):S21-S42.
Brauer, J., and M.A. Geber. 2002. Population differentiation in the range expansion of a native maritime plant, Solidago sempervirens L. International Journal of Plant Sciences
Wieczorek, A.M., and M.A. Geber. 2002. Microsatellite loci for studies of population differentiation and range expansion in Solidago sempervirens L. (Asteraceae). Molecular Ecology Notes
Singleton, R., S. Gardescu, P.L. Marks, and M.A. Geber. 2001. Forest herb colonization of postagricultural forests in central New York State, USA. Journal of Ecology
Ackerly, D.D., S.A. Dudley, S.E. Sultan, J. Schmitt, J.S. Coleman, C.R. Linder, D.R. Sandquist, M.A. Geber, A.S. Evans, T.E. Dawson, and M.J. Lechowicz. 2000. The evolution of plant ecophysiological traits: recent advances and future directions.

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15. Geber
known as False Geber. Born probably 1270. Died unknown He assumed the name geber, a Latinized form of the famous 8th century Arabian alchemist,
known as False Geber
Born: probably 1270 Died: unknown
Unknown author of several books, probably Spaniard. He assumed the name Geber , a Latinized form of the famous 8-th century Arabian alchemist, Abu Musa Jabir Ibn Hayyan, to give added authority to his work. However, his writings reflect the 14th-century European alchemical practices rather than Arab ones. He is attributed among other things to have discovered nitric and sulfuric acids. The latter is probably the most important chemical achievment of that period. It enabled alchemists to carry on all kinds of reactions that were not possible with vinger, the strongest known acid to the ancients. Sulfuric acid is the most widely used inorganic chemical today. The following works have been attributed to him:
  • Summa perfectionis magisterii (The Sum of Perfection or the Perfect Magistery), Liber fornacum (Book of Furnaces), De investigatione perfectionis (The Investigation of Perfection) and De inventione veritatis (The Invention of Verity)
  • The style of these writings is typical of the alchemical period: obscure and mystical. Only the appearance of the writings of the Italian chemist Vannoccio Biringuccio, the German mineralogist Georgius Agricola, and the German alchemist Lazarus Ercker began changing this.

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    17. Geber (v721-v815), Alchimiste Arabe, Célèbre Pour Son Enseignement Sur La Tran
    Translate this page En outre, plusieurs ouvrages imprimés en latin et attribués à geber, la transcription latine de son nom arabe, semblent dater du XIVème siècle.
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    18. GEBER - LoveToKnow Article On GEBER
    GEBER. The name Geber has long been used to designate the author of a number of 155), states that their principal authority was geber, a Greek who had
    GEBER. But while Berthelot thus deprived the world of what were long regarded as genuine Latin versions of Jabers works, he also gave it something in their place, for among the Paris MSS. he found a mutilated treatise, hitherto unpublished, entitled Liber de Sept uaginta (Johannis) , translatus a Magistro Renaldo Cremonensi, which he considered the only known Latin work that can be regarded as a translation from the Arabic Jaber. The latter states in the Arabic works referred to above that under that title he collected 70 of the 5oo little treatises or tracts of which he was the author, and the titles of those tracts enumerated in the Kitab-al-Fihrist as forming the chapters of the Liber de Septuaginta correspond in general with those of the Latin work, which further is written in a style similar to that of the Arabic Jaber and contains the same doctrines. Hence Berthelot felt justified in assigning it to Jaber, although no Arabic original is known. The evidence collected by Berthelot has an important bearing on the history of chemistry. Most of the chemical knowledge attributed to the Arabs has been attributed to them on the strength of the reputed Latin writings of Geber. If, therefore, these are original works rather than translations, and contain facts and doctrines which are not to be found in the Arabian Jaber, it follows that, on the one hand,the chemical knowledge of the Arabs has been overestimated and, on the other, that more progress was made in the middle ages than has generally been supposed.

    19. Geber, Arab Alchemist And Physician. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2
    geber, Arab alchemist and physician. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 200105.
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    Geber , in the Bible. 1. Father of a steward of Solomon. 2. Officer of Solomon. Eziongeber (The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition)
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