Golden age of islam

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Ancient History
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Golden age of islam

THE GOLDEN AGE OF ISLAM

Where the preverse work of Aristotle was translated by Ibn Rushd!

COME VISIT!

Calligraphers created BEAUTIFUL manuscripts of the Qur'an!

An algebra textbook written by Al–Khwarizmi was standard for centuries!

Where the "First Scientist." Ibn al–Haytham conducted experiments that later inspired the famous Scientific Method! He also wrote the Book of Optics that explained eyesight!

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Al–Zahrawi advanced medical by creating the anatomy of text! His work was translated into latin and used in Europe for centuries as standard medical text!

Al–Razi experimented with potential cures for ailments, including using foods for healing. He was also a chemist, especially in his later years. Hundreds of hospitals were established throughout the Islamic Empire.

Al-Ma'mun created the House of Wisdom and built it in Baghdad. Scholars preserved literature and works of history.


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  • Jbecks1 7 years ago

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    Thank you for expressing your interest in Islam. I do not appreciate you characterizing all Muslims as "skin and bones" as seen by the skeleton on the bottom of this glog. It may not seem so to you but that was a highly offensive implication to be making. Please be more careful.