Figure 1: The authors of the article: Aliya Khan (left), Ingrid Hehmeyer (right).
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Figure 1: Al-Quds (Jerusalem): Alleyway in the Old City (Source).
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Figure 1: An illustration of a medical practitioner and a patient. (Source: Millet Kutuphanesi, Ali Emiri, nr. 79.).
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Figure 1: Jim Al-Khalili, British scientist, author and broadcaster (Source).
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Figure 1: Poster of the Arab week in the European Parliament in Brussels in which the lecture was presented (Source).
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Figure 4: A creative model of a device designed by al-Jazari (chapter 6 of category III) used for measuring blood lost during phlebotomy (bloodletting) sessions, a popular therapy in the medieval world. Taken from a MS of al-Jazari's treatise copied in Egypt in 1354. (Source).
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Dr. Gunalan Nadarajan In the following essay, Dr. Gunalan Nadarajan, Associate Dean of Research and...