Portraits of Twelve Muslim Scientists in Various Fields

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Jabir Ibn Haiyan (Geber) - Chemistry - (Died 803 C.E).


Ali Ibn Rabban Al-Tabari - Medicine, Mathematics, Calligraphy - (838-870)


Al-Razi (Rhazes) - Medicine, Ophthalmology, Smallpox , Chemistry, Astronomy - (864-930)


Al-Farabi (Al Pharabius) - Sociology, Logic, Philosophy, Political Science, Music -(870-950)


Abu Al-Qasim Al-Zahravi (Albucasis) - Surgery, Medicine - (936-1013)


Muhammad Al-Buzjani - Mathematics, Astronomy - (940-997)


Ibn Al-Haitham (Alhazen) - Physics,Optics, Mathematics - (965-1040)


Abu Raihan Al-Biruni - Astronomy, Mathematics, determined Earth's circumference - (973-1048)


Ibn Sina (Avicenna) - Medicine, Philosophy, Mathematics, Astronomy - (986-1037)


Omar Al-Khayyam - Mathematics, Poetry - (1044-1123)


Nasir Al-Din Al-Tusi - Astronomy, Non-Euclidean Geometry - (1201-1274)


Ibn Al-Nafis Damishqui - Medicine - (1213-1288)