Figure 1a-b: Two historic maps of Cairo, Egypt: a. Map of 1492 by Schedel; b. map by an unknown artist, 16th century. (Source).
Cairo: A MillennialLEARN MORE
In this article, published originally in Saudi Aramco World in 1969, focus is laid on the history of Cairo,...
Figure 1: Anatomy of the human eye from the treatise on ophthalmology by Hunayn Ibn Ishaq (10th century). (Source).
Pioneer PhysiciansLEARN MORE
During the classical Muslim civilisation, big scientific advances in medicine were made. Muslim doctors began...
Figure 1: Imaginary portrait of al-Razi by a modern artist. (Source).
Insights into Neurologic Localization by Al-Razi (Rhazes), a Medieval Islamic PhysicianLEARN MORE
Al-Razi (Rhazes) (born in 864 CE) wrote over 200 scientific treatises, many of which had a major impact on...
Figure 1: Dome of the clocks in the courtyard of the of Umayyad Mosque in Damascus. © Bernard Gagnon (31 March 2010). (Source).
From Frankfurt and Cairo to Damascus: Recent Models of the Umayyad Mosque ClockLEARN MORE
From Frankfurt and Cairo to Damascus: Recent Models of the Umayyad Mosque Clock, The Umayyad Mosque Clock,...
Figure 1: Illustration of treatment for "Mâl-I-Hulyâ" or cauterization for certain neurotic disorders. Reprinted with permission from the Fatih National Library, Istanbul.
The 15th Century Turkish Physician Serefeddin Sabuncuoglu Author of Cerrahiyetu ‘l-HaniyyeLEARN MORE
The Turkish physician Serafeddin Sabuncuoglu (1385–1470) is the author of a famous treatise of surgery,...
Figure 1-2: Two pages of a manuscript of Kitab Tanqih al-Manazir by Kamal al-Din al-Farisi dated Ramadan 708 (February-March 1309). © Adilnor Collection. (Source).
Kamal al-Din Abu al-Hasan (or al-Hasan) al-FarisiLEARN MORE
In this short bio-bibliography of Kamal al-Din al-Farisi, Dr Saira Malik presents succinctly the life and...