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Prof Al-Hassani delivering his Keynote to the delegates attending the conference, ,
HE Dr Naabi Avci, Minister of Education, honouring Professor Salim Al-Hassani with a bouquet of flowers,
Professor Salim Al-Hassani meeting HE Dr Fatima Sahin, Minister of Families and Social Policy,
Attendees colouring in soldier targets for the trebuchet,
A volunteer demonstrating how the trebuchet works,
An attendee taking part in the map challenge,
Samples of manuscripts taken from Mansur Ibn Ilyas's "Tasrih-i badan-i insan" (Explanation of the Human Body),
Event founder Elspeth Carruthers,
Event founder Elspeth Carruthers explaining Zakariya al-Qazwini's manuscripts on the classification of animals,
Posters outlining the origins and influence of medical practice and geography from Muslim Civilisation,
Figure 1: The earliest known medical description of the eye, from a 9th century work by Hunayn ibn Ishaq. This copy is dated of the 12th century (Source).,
Figure 2: An Arabic manuscript titled Anatomy of the Eye, authored by al-Mutadibih (active ca. 1170-1199). This manuscript, dated ca. 1200CE, is kept at the Cairo National Library. (Source).,
Figure 3: A figure depicting a Muslim physician during a treatment. Serefeddin Sabuncuoglu, Cerrahat al-Haniyye, Millet Library, Ali Emiri Tip, p. 79.,
Figure 4: The statue of Al-Ghafiqi in Cordoba, Spain. ©Yasemin Paksoy.,
Figure 5: The Result of Thinking about the Cure of Eye Diseases (Natijat al-fikar fi `ilaj amrad al-basar) written in Cairo by Fath al-Din al-Qaysi (d. 1259/657 H). Copy finished by unnamed scribe on 16 November 1501 (5 Jumada I 907 H). © The National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, Maryland, MS A48, fols. 7b-8a. (Source).,
Figure 6: A commentary on the Mujiz or Concise Book of Ibn al-Nafis, called The Key to the Mujiz and composed in Arabic by al-Aqsara'i, who died in 1370 (771H). The copy was completed in October of 1407 (Jumada I 810 H). © The National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, Maryland, MS A67, fol. 167b showing a schematic diagram of the visual system. (Source).