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by Trudee Romanek

eBook Science, Medicine, and Math in the Early Islamic World (Life in the Early Islamic World) download ISBN: 0778721779
Author: Trudee Romanek
Publisher: Crabtree Publishing Company; 1 edition (May 15, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 48
ePub: 1532 kb
Fb2: 1514 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: History

The scientific contributions of the early Islamic empires to science, medicine, and mathematics is considerable. Gr 5-7-Each book covers a particular aspect of life in the early Islamic world

The scientific contributions of the early Islamic empires to science, medicine, and mathematics is considerable. This book explores: their public hospitals. Gr 5-7-Each book covers a particular aspect of life in the early Islamic world. The writing is generally simple enough for the intended audience but does not sacrifice quality of scholarship. Information is presented in concise chapters and is graphically well organized. The main texts are supplemented with blue boxes of information, subsections, and many high-quality reproductions, maps, and paintings. Each book contains time lines and short biographies of important historical figures.

Islamic scientific achievements encompassed a wide range of subject areas, especially astronomy, mathematics, and medicine

The scientific contributions of the early Islamic empires to science, medicine, and mathematics is considerable. As a kid, Trudee Romanek enjoyed reading, singing, and playing, pretending the porch railing was a horse she could ride and putting on puppet shows.

The scientific contributions of the early Islamic empires to science, medicine, and mathematics is considerable. This revealing book explores: their public hospitals, libraries, and universities; their achievements in mathematics and astronomy, and the pursuit of alchemy; Arabic numbers; optics; music and musical instruments; poetry; and education. She used to daydream about becoming a veterinarian or a singer, but never a writer. The only children's writers she knew about lived in England.

The scientific contributions of the early Islamic empires to science . Trudee Romanek (author). This informative book looks at how early Islamic empires were governed. Publisher: Crabtree Publishing Company ISBN: 9781427195616.

In the history of medicine, Islamic medicine is the science of medicine developed in the Islamic Golden Age, and written in Arabic, the lingua franca of Islamic civilization. Islamic medicine preserved, systematized and developed the medical knowledge of classical antiquity, including the major traditions of Hippocrates, Galen and Dioscorides

Life in the Early Islamic World. Crabtree Publishing Company. The scientific contributions of the early Islamic empires to science, medicine, and mathematics is considerable. Life in the Early Islamic World.

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Discover Book Depository's huge selection of islamic books books online. This important book shows how trade and commerce spread with the conquests made by the early Islamic empires. Key topics explored include: transportion by caravans, ships, and boats; monetary systems; famous explorers and traders; interactions with the East and West; economical principles; and coinage. Aç. More information.

For Islamic religion in medicine, see Prophetic medicine. For the contemporary alternative practice, see Unani

For Islamic religion in medicine, see Prophetic medicine. For the contemporary alternative practice, see Unani. Folio from an Arabic manuscript of Dioscorides, De materia medica, 1229

The scientific contributions of the early Islamic empires to science, medicine, and mathematics is considerable. This book explores: their public hospitals, libraries, and universities; their achievements in mathematics and astronomy, and the pursuit of alchemy; Arabic numbers; optics; music and musical instruments; and, poetry and education.
Comments: (2)
Kakashkaliandiia
I generally do not review products or books, but felt compelled to clear the air on this fine book. This is an excellent history book for children, specially Muslim children that want to know about the achievements and the role of science in early Muslim history. All in all very well balanced, backed by FACTS, and just what children need in order to learn about how Muslims have contributed to civilization over the ages, starting in the dark ages.

My very American children loved reading this book, and were quite surprised to learn how much Muslims contributed to Science, Medicine and Mathematics over the ages.
Phalaken
A pro muslim, anti American piece of propaganda. unbelievable that a school would even consider using this piece of trash.
Would not trust ANYTHING from this publisher