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13 Nadjmabadi [Najm§b§di], Mahmud, “Les relations médicales entre la GrandeBretagne et l’Iran et les médecins anglais serviteurs de la médecine contemporaine de l’Iran, Proceedings of the XXIII International Congress of the History of Medicine, 1972 (London: Wellcome Institute, 1974), pp. 704-8, p. 705. public health and socio-political changes 35 sion in 1809. At the same time, he became the physician of Prince #Abb§s-Mirz§, but died of cholera in September 1833. 14 Some isolated gestures towards public health were made that were not particularly significant in themselves but can be related to a process of medical reform that took clearer shape in the following decades.

26. , 2nd edition, edited by: Mohammad Mo#in and Seyyed Ja#far Shahidi (Tehran: Tehran University Press, 1377/1998), vol. 8, p. 11428; Zabiholl§h Saf§ T§rikh-e #olum-e #aqli dar tamaddon-e esl§mi t§ av§set-e qarn-e panjom (History of rational sciences in Islamic civilization until the mid-fifth century), 2 vols, 2nd edition (Tehran: Tehran University press, 1336/1957), vol. 1, pp. 18-26. 7 16 chapter one a hospital in Jundish§pur, but discuss only medicine and science in general. D. 13 We should, however, be cautious about Zachariah’s account since the term he used for hospital is “xenodocheion” (an inn for travellers).

Under the reign of #Abb§s-Mirz§’s son, Mohammad-Sh§h (1834–1848), the Q§j§r administration in the capital showed little enthusiasm for reform. But in Azarb§ij§n the seeds of reform continued to sprout, due to its closer contact with the Western world. The prince-governor of Azarb§ij§n, N§ser al-Din-Mirz§, was being tutored by his minister, Mirz§ Taqi-Kh§n, who on the prince’s succession to the throne became prime minister. 15 This broad education might explain the intellectual receptiveness of this prince when he reigned during the latter part of the nineteenth century and this was not without effect on the reform movement.

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