The Suhayl 2014 Vol 13 - International Journal for the History of the Exact and Natural Sciences in Islamic CivilisationLEARN MORE
FSTC is pleased to bring to the attention of readers the availability online of the 2015 volume of the....
Mosque of Whirling Colours: A Mixture of Architecture and Art in Nasīr al-Mulk Mosque in Shiraz, IranLEARN MORE
There are numerous mosques all around the world. Each has a design of its own. However, in order to be...
Folio From The Akhlaq-i Nasiri of Nasir al-Din al-Tusi: School courtyard with boys reading and writing. Lahore, Mughal period, circa 1595 CE. (Source)
New Results In The Research On Some Mathematical Works Of Nasir Al-Din Al-TusiLEARN MORE
The article analyses the mathematical contents of four texts by Nasir al-Din al-Tusi (1201-1274), one of the...
Page of a manuscript on the mathematics of cubic equations by Khayyām. (Source).
‘Umar al-Khayyam (Omar Khayyam)LEARN MORE
‘Umar al-Khayyam (better known as Omar Khayyam, 1048-1123 CE), was a polymath scholar from Nishapur, Persia....
Figure 1: An Ottoman miniature showing a game of Matrak invented by Nasuh ‘Ali al-Silahi al-Matraqi. Source: Topkapi Palace library in Istanbul, MS H 1344.
Significant Ottoman Mathematicians and their WorksLEARN MORE
This article aims to give an overview of the formation and development of mathematical studies and the work...
Figure 2: Illustration depicting Ibn al-Haytham by Hanane Kai. (Source).
Nader El-Bizri: Ibn al-Haytham - An IntroductionLEARN MORE
This presentation focused on the historical and epistemic bearings of the scientific legacy of the celebrated...