A Life Story of Abu Rayhan Mohammad Ibn Ahmad
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|Format: ||Paperback / softback, 192 pages|
|Other Information: ||illustrations|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 January 1900|
Abu Raihan Biruni (973-1053 CE) was an Iranian scholar whose extraordinary achievements include predicting the existence of landmasses (North and South America) on the opposite side of the Earth and calculating the radius of the Earth five centuries before the European Renaissance. In Brilliant Biruni, Mohammad S. Kamiar presents the life of one of the greatest scholars in the history of the world: the story of a boy who became Biruni. From his boyhood home in the Village of Vasemereed to his final resting place in the city of Ghazna, Afghanistan, Brilliant Biruni: The Story of Abu Rayhan Mohammad Ibn Ahmad documents and describes the life story of this important geographer, prolific author, and groundbreaking scientist who brightened the dark skies of the Middle Ages. Written in accessible language and free of jargon, this biography sheds light on the neglected but influential scholar, giving Biruni the recognition he deserves.
About the Author
M. Kamiar is professor at Florida Community College in Jacksonville.
Provides some understanding of the clash of cultures in which we now find the world. Well written, entertaining and educational- highly recommended. Books-On-Line, July 2009
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