Died on 777
Ibrahim al-Fazari (d. 777 CE) was an 8th-century mathematician and astronomer at the Abbasid court of the Caliph Harun al-Rashid. He composed various astronomical writings ("on the astrolabe", "on the armillary spheres", "on the calendar"). The Caliph ordered him and his son...
Died on 1213
Due to his late 12th/early 13th century writings, known and read in Morocco, Ibrahim al-Kanemi, carries the distinction - as the first sub-Saharan scholar, to have written in Arabic. He was a grammarian, a poet and a member of the ulema (scholars) of Kanem-Borno, the first Muslim ruled state, of...
Died on 903
Ibrahim Ibn Hilal as Sijilmassi (d. 903 h.) did a classification and an exegesis of these fatwas in his book ad Durru an Nathîr ‘ala Ajwibat Abi al Hasan as Sughayir. Click here for more information.