- Introduction 01:44
- 1001 Inventions 03:58
- Misconceptions of Religion vs Science 02:05
- Honorable mentions of few people 07:07
- Why were the Muslims so successful? 02:23
- Ibn-e-Sina 03:22
- Al Khawarizmi 02:46
- Al Zahrawi 01:30
- Jabir Ibn-e-Hayaan 01:11
- Ibn Al-Haytham 01:36
- Ibn-e-Battuta 03:20
- Abbas Ibn-e-Firnas 02:29
- Al Qarawiyin University 02:48
- Al Azhar University 00:49
- Oxford University 03:11
- Eat and drink, but avoid excess 02:38
- Allah asks us to stay away from only a few 01:05
- Why to stay away from few? 00:33
- Sweets and Ice cream 01:37
- 3 Course meals 02:43
- Juice/ Sherbet or Soft drink 03:14
- Coffee 01:37
- 5 Food Contributions 00:34
- Conclusion 01:17
- How long did Muslims ruled Spain? 01:18
- How was Spain like before the Muslims? 02:29
- Who was Tariq Bin Ziyad? 01:26
- 12,00 Muslims against a 100,000 Army 02:37
- Muslim Spain (Andalus) 01:18
- How was the Spain when Muslims where there? 02:41
- Islamic Architecture 01:03
- Donkey Car 01:15
- Astronomy - The study of space 00:53
- Why did Muslims want to master astronomy? 02:17
- 10th and 11th century Muslim astronomers 03:13
- Recourses 00:39
- Project 00:54
The 1,000-year period beginning in . The fifth century is commonly referred to as the Dark Ages in the Western World.
In Islamic societies, however, the era was anything but dark. In fact, from the seventh century on, while the rest of the world languished, the international language of science was Arabic.
Thousands of social, scientific, and technological achievements were spawned by men and women of different faiths and cultures who lived in Muslim civilization. Companion to the hugely popular traveling exhibit that opened at the Science Museum, London, 1001 Inventions: The Enduring Legacy of Muslim Civilization sheds new light on the forgotten history and the innovations-of these men and women who helped pave the way for the European Renaissance and the modern world as we know it.
Take an enlightening journey through time to discover how advances in the fields of medicine, optics, mathematics, astronomy, engineering, cartography, and even the rudiments of aviation can trace their roots back to great thinkers from a bygone era. Learn the secret behind the way we write our numbers today when scientists first discovered how we can see?, who drew the oldest surviving map of what would become America and the hidden meaning behind the 13th-century Elephant Clock. In addition to learning about many inventions, you will gain new insights into everyday life in Muslim civilization and related Western growth.
Complete with a time line and map illustrating these inventions and discoveries worldwide-and featuring remarkable photographs and rich illustrations of historic documents, drawings, and artifacts, 1001 Inventions deftly illustrates not only the scientific legacy of Muslim civilization, but also the heritage we all share. Within these pages is a lost story of scholarship, imagination, and discovery in a time and place where faith, gender, and race were secondary to progress.
Man worked beside woman, Muslim beside non-Muslim, all in the name of advancing the world for humankind. It is a story of common goals, common dreams, and a common desire to achieve what seemed impossible. Perhaps this eye-opening view of the past can serve as a blueprint for designing a brighter future.
Muslims ruled Spain
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