Islamic medicine: Exam style sources exercise

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Islamic medicine: Exam style sources exercise

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Islamic medicine: Exam style sources exercise. Practise answering exam style questions with this 1-9 GCSE resource. Focusing on medicine in the Islamic Empire, this resource guides learners through the process of answering exam style questions on sources.

Islamic pharmacology introduced a large number of useful herbal and chemical drugs..

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