Ahmed Djebbar

Professor at the University of Sciences and Technologies Lille I in Lille, France, and scholar at the Laboratoire Paul Painlevé, UMR 8524 (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique and Lille I University, France). The article was published originally as Ahmed Djebbar, "On Mathematical Activities in North Africa since the 9th Century. First part: Mathematics in Medieval Maghrib", AMUCHMA Newsletter (Newsletter of the Commission on the History of Mathematics in Africa, published by Universidade Pedagógica in Maputo, Mozambique), No. 5, September 1995; online at: http://www.math.buffalo.edu/mad/AMU/amu_chma_15.html#3. In the present version, copy editing, images and captions were added, as well as a thorough update of the bibliography, by www.MuslimHeritage.com (Mohammed Abattouy, Chief Editor).

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Professor Ahmed Djebbar* Table of contents 1. Introduction 2. Birth and first developments of mathematical activities in the Maghrib (9th-11th centuries) 2.1. The Andalusian tradition 2.2. The Maghribian tradition 3. Mathematics in the Maghrib during the Almohad epoch (12th-13th centuries...
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