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Born on 988 Died on 1061
Abul Hasan Al-Misrî, was a physician and author of many medical writings of which the most popular was his commentary on Galen's Ars Parva which was translated by Gherardo Cremonese. For more detail click here.
Abul-Hasan al-Tabari was a 10th century Persian physician born in Tabaristan. He was a creative and innovative physician who avoided emulating treatments without investigating and examining them. Tabari was an encyclopedist and had a holistic view to medicine. Investigation of the views of this grea...
Born on 1463 Died on 19 Oct, 1548
Abu’l-Barakaat was al-Qadi (Chief Judge)  of Timbuktu. He was born in the year 868 AH (1463 CE) and was one of the youngest of the famous sons of Shaykh Umar ibn Muhammad Aqit. He was also a scholar, professor, the jurist and Imam of Takruur (West Africa). He was appointed o...
Born on 1080 Died on 1152
Adelard of Bath was a 12th-century English natural philosopher. He is known both for his original works and for translating many important Greek and Arab scientific works of astrology, astronomy, philosophy and mathematics into Latin from Arabic versions, which were then introduced to Western Europe...

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