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Note: Composed by Cem Nizamoglu and first published in 1001 Inventions website. *** During the Golden Age of Muslim Civilisation creative new innovative ideas travelled across the land from southern Spain to China – innovations in medicine, astronomy, trade, navigation, architecture...
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by Matrakci (Source) Note: Composed by Cem Nizamoglu and first published in 1001 Inventions website *** The Silk Roads Throughout history, trade routes played a central role in the transfer of goods and exchange of ideas between different parts of the world....
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© 1001 inventions House of Wisdom Sketch Note: Composed by Cem Nizamoglu and first published in 1001 Inventions website *** The heyday of Baghdad was 1,200 years ago when it was the thriving capital of the Muslim world. For about 500 years the city boasted the...
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Similar manuscripts of work on anatomy contained illustrated chapters on five systems of the body: bones, nerves, muscles, veins and arteries. This page depicts the arteries, with the internal organs shown in watercolors. *** Note: Composed by Cem Nizamoglu and first published in...
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*** Note of the Editor This article was edited to fit Muslim Heritage website standards. It was originally written in May 2015 during the height of the refugee crisis. Amongst other countries, refugees sought safe haven in Sweden – the country where the ring was found. Such articles...
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Note: Composed by Cem Nizamoglu and first published in 1001 Inventions website *** The Lighthouse of Alexandria is one of the classic “Seven Wonders of the Ancient World” [1], [2], [3]. It was still a great tourist attraction well into the medieval period, and was...
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Note: Composed by Cem Nizamoglu  *** UNESCO's Description Ismail Fakirullah Tomb consists of two rooms and a hallway covered by one large and two small domes and a tower. The Tomb has a square plan covered by a dome. The transition to the dome is ...
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Figure 1. Elephant Clock in Ibn Battuta Mall, Dubai Note: Composed by Cem Nizamoglu and first published in 1001 Inventions website. *** Clocks and timekeeping were one of the most significant developments of Muslim civilisation. Scholars, inventors and craftsmen made...
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Note: Composed by Cem Nizamoglu, first published in 1001 Inventions website. *** The Author An imaginary drawing of Ibn Sina  (Source: Krueger, H.C.: Avicenna's poem on medicine. Springfield, Illinois; Charles C Thomas, 1963; p...
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2nd Dialogue of Civilisations International Symposium  (2. Uluslararasi Medeniyetler Diyaloğu Sempozyumu) The symposium was hosted by National Geographic and the Civilisation Studies Centre (Medam) at Bahçeşehir University in Istanbul, both long term associates of FSTC and 1001...
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