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Page reproduced from manuscript  titled Nihayat el Souíl fi Tashih el Ousoul,  writen by Ibn el Shater, the astronomer (died 1375), who introduced  objections and consequently corrections to the theory of Ptolemy concerning movement of  stars.    

  Page reproduced from manuscript titled Nihayat el Souíl fi Tashih el Ousoul, writen by Ibn el Shater, the astronomer (died 1375), who introduced objections and consequently corrections to the theory of Ptolemy concerning movement of stars.
   
Arabic version of  Galenís medical manuscript titled  Al Diryaq  ( The Antidote.) Galen was a Greek physician who founded experimental  physiology  and was one of the most  distinguished  physicians of  antiquity. who lived between Ö.129-199    

  Arabic version of Galenís medical manuscript titled Al Diryaq ( The Antidote.) Galen was a Greek physician who founded experimental physiology and was one of the most distinguished physicians of antiquity. who lived between Ö.129-199
   
Copper astrological computer, made by Mohammad ben Khatlaj al Mously,  Baghdad, 1241    

  Copper astrological computer, made by Mohammad ben Khatlaj al Mously, Baghdad, 1241
   
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