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Abu al-Hasan al-Mukhtar ibn 'Abdun was an Iraqi doctor of the Christian faith. In 1049 he left his native city to learn about other places, visiting Aleppo, Latakia, Jaffa, Cairo and Constantinople. He spent the end of his life in a monastery near Antioch, where he took his vows. ...
Died on 1567
Ala al-Din Ali ibn Abd-al-Malik Husam al-Din al-Muttaqi al-Hindi (The exalter of faith, Ali son of servant of AllahThe King, from India) was a Sunni Muslim Islamic scholar who is known for writing Kanz al-Ummal.
Born on 837 Died on 933
In Duraid was a geographer, genealogist, poet, and philologist. He wrote a large Arabic dictionary, "The Collection on the Language". He also wrote on the genealogy of the Arab tribes.
Astronomer and astrologer from Baghdad who flourished around 760-770, known in Latin by his works such as Omar Tiberiadis astronomi preclarissimi Liber de natiuitatibus & interrogationibus (Venitiis, 1503), of which the original title is Kitâb al-Mawâlid (‘Book of Nativities'). Translated by Joh...

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