Al-Jildaki was one of the most prolific writers on alchemy, practically nothing is known of his life save that he flourished during the eigth century A.H., wrote at Cairo and Damascus, and was alive in Jumada II, A.H. 743 (A.D. 1342). For more information, click here.
Born on 613 Died on 16 Jul, 678
Aisha bint Abu Bakr, had special skills in administration. She became a scholar in hadith, jurisprudence, an educator, and an orator.
Born on 15 Jul, 1914 Died on 09 Oct, 1999
Akhtar Hameed Khan was a Pakistani development activist and social scientist. He promoted participatory rural development in Pakistan and other developing countries, and widely advocated community participation in development. His particular contribution was the establishment of a comprehensive proj...
The making of astrolabes, a branch of applied science of great status, was practiced by one woman, Al-'Ijliyah bint al-'Ijli al-Asturlabi, who followed her father's profession in Aleppo and was employed at the court of Sayf al-Dawlah (333 H/944 CE-357/967), one of the powerful Hamdanid rulers in nor...