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Died on 1014
Hanoch ben Moses (d. 1014) was a rabbi and talmudist in early eleventh-century al-Andalus. He was the son of Moses ben Hanoch, who came to Iberia probably from southern Italy and was one of the scholars mentioned in the story of the Four Captives related by Abraham ibn Daʾud in his Book of Tradition...
Born on 700 Died on 800
Jabir himself says to have learned with Harbi al-Himyari, Udhun al-Himar and a monk. After this, he maintains, he joined Ja'far al-Sadiq (d. 765) who taught him the whole of alchemy. Click here for more information.
Died on 1295
Hasan al-Rammah was a thirteenth century military engineer (d. 1294-1295 CE) who, described in his book al-furusiyya wa al-manasib al-harbiyya (The Book of, Military Horsemanship and Ingenious War Devices) the first process for the purification of potassium nitrate.
Hezârfen Ahmed Çelebi was a legendary Ottoman of 17th-century Istanbul, purported to have achieved sustained unpowered flight. Click here for more information.

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