Biography of Aaron de Alejandría (610-641 d.C)

Physician and philosopher born in the year 610 in Alexandria, and died in his hometown in 610-641 A.d., during the reign of Emperor Heraclio. He wrote a work of medicine divided into thirty treated, under the name of Pandects, which is nothing more than a collection of the writings of the Greek doctors in Syrian language. In that work, translated into Arabic by Maserdjoniah the year 683, speaks for the first time, smallpox disease who was born in Egypt, from where the Arabs spread it by countries against those who warred.