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)
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The article analyses the mathematical contents of four texts by Nasir al-Din al-Tusi (1201-1274), one of the...
Fig 2. Artistic depiction of Muhammad Abu al-Wafa in a Spanish stam. (Source).
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Page of a manuscript on the mathematics of cubic equations by Khayyām. (Source).
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Title page of the manuscript BH MED 323: The Colliget of Ibn Rushd and the Thezier AbynZoar, namely the Taysir of Ibn Zuhr, preserved in the Biblioteca Histórica de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid. This manuscript is edited online in Google Books: (Source).
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This study of the original Arabic edition of the book Al-Taysir fi ‘l-Mudawat wa’l-Tadbir (Book of...