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Roots of Pharmacy Practice in Bosnia and Herzegovina from the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian Period: Attars’ Mission for Pharmaceutical Care

Lejla Zunic, Izet Masic.

Abstract
Significant role in how they played, and Jews Sephardim who came to Bosnia from Spain and Portugal in the late 15th and early 16th centuries. It is those were the first owners of districts–Shop herbs or pharmacy. Along with them were developed and Muslim attars, who founded and attars marketplace in Sarajevo. Experience and knowledge in the domain of medicine and healing practiced by old Bosnian Sephardim been acquired for centuries, is now mainly found on the shelves.

Key words: Ottoman’s empire, Attars, Pharmacy.



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