Figure 1: Front cover of Ibn El-Heysem ve Yeni Optik by Huseyin Gazi Topdemir (Lotus Publishing, 2008).
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Figure 1. Cairo plan from Pîrî Reis b. Haci Muhammad's book Kitâb-i Bahriye, Suleymaniye Library, Ayasofya 2612.
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Figure 1: BHA President Jim Al-Khalili delivering 2014 Voltaire Lecture Source: https://humanism.org.uk/2014/04/15/bha-president-jim-al-khalili-delivers-2014-voltaire-lecture/
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Figure 2: Koutoubia Mosque front in Marrakesh (Source).
Figure 3: Logo of the Ibn Rushd Fund for Freedom of Thought. (Source).
Figure 2: Front cover of the catalogue Transformation of Knowledge: Early Manuscripts from the Collection of Lawrence J. Schoenberg. Edited by Crofton Black, published by Paul Holberton Publishing, 2007.
Figure 3a-b: Two pages from the manuscript of Kitab mizan al-hikma by ?Abd al-Rahman al- Khazini (fl. 1121) on balances and weighing instruments, bought from Sam Fogg (London) in 2000. Mizan Al-Hikma, ca 1270 CE, Arabic, paper, 98 leaves, with illustrations. Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Pennsylvania, MS. LJS 386, pp. 98, 192.
Figure 4: Screenshot of the search engine of some Islamic manuscripts in Schoenberg Database of Manuscripts. (Source).
Figure 2: Front cover of Brain, Vision, Memory: Tales in the History of Neuroscience by Charles G. Gross (Bradford Book, 1999).
Figure 3: Front cover of Al-Hasan Ibn Al-Haytham: His Optical Researches and Discoveries by Mustapha Nadhif (Beirut, 2008, in Arabic; History of Sciences in the Arab World Series, 8, 999 pp.