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Moslem scientist and scholars

(Have contributed immensely to human knowledge between 8th and 14th)


 Al-Razi                                                                                                                                          Ibn Rushd                 

               -Abu Bakr Mohammed Ibn Zakariya Al-Razi.                                                                                                           -Abu’l Waleed Muhammad Ibn Ahmad Ibn Muham             

               -Born in Ray, Iran (864CE)          

             -He was interested in music but later on he learned                                                                                                                    -Born in Cordova (1128CE).

               medicine,mathematics,astronomy,chemistry,                                                                                                                -he studied philosophy and medicine;

               philosophy.                                                                                                                                                                -He made remarkable contributes in philosophy, logic,

            -was a hakim,an alchemist,aphilosopher.                                                                                                                          medicine, music and jurisprudence.                

                                                                                                                                                                                     -one of his books kitab-al-Asrar.                                      

  -His book Bidayat al Majtahid wa Nihayat al Muqtasid.                                                                                                                      

             -He died in Ray around 930CE.                                                                                                                                                 -Died in the end of 1198.

Ibn Sina

        -Abu Ali Al- Hussain ibn Abdallah Ibn Sina. 

  -Born in Afshana near Bukhara (980CE).

                      -By the age of ten had become well versed in the study

of the Qur’an and various sciences.   

        -Was the most famous physician, philosopher,

                 encyelopaedist, mathematician, and astronomer of

                                                                                                                              his time.                                           

                                                                                                                           - His famous book al-Qanun.             

                                                                                                                            -Died in Hamadan (1037CE).             

A Classification Essay:

A Classification of Moslem Scientists and Scholars

               Moslem scientists and scholars have contributed immensely to human knowledge especially in the period between 8th and 14th CE. They can be classified into three types according to the year they were born. 

             First, Abu Bakr Mohammed Ibn Zakariya Al-Razi was born in Ray, Iran, in 864 CE. He was interested in music but later on he learned medicine, mathematics, astronomy, chemistry, and philosophy. Al-Razi was a Hakim, alchemist, and philosopher. One of his books called Kitab-al-Asrar. He died in Ray, around 930 CE.

     The second scintist  is Abu Ali Al-Hussain Ibn Sina, who was born in Afshana near Bukhara, in 980CE. By the age of ten he had become well versed in the study of the Qur’an and various sciences. He was the most famous physician, philosopher, mathematician, and astronomer of his time. His famous book is al-Qanun; Ibn Sina died in Hamadan, in 1037 CE.

         The last one is Abu’l Waleed Muhammad Ibn Ahmad Ibn Muhammad Ibn Rushd. He was born in Cordova, Spain, in 1128 CE. He studied philosophy and medicine and made remarkable contributions in philosophy, logic, medicine, music and jurisprudence. One of his famous books is Bidayat al Majtahid wa Nihayat al Mugtusid. Ibn Rushd died in the end of 1198 CE.

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