Biography - Muslim Scholars and Scientists by Dr W. Hazmy, Z. Zainurashid and R. Hussaini

By Dr W. Hazmy, Z. Zainurashid and R. Hussaini

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The explanation given for Al-Farghani's mistake is that being a theoretician rather than a practical engineer, he never successfully completed a construction. The Fihrist of Ibn al-Nadim, written in 987, ascribes only two works to Al-Farghani: (1) "The Book of Chapters, a summary of the Almagest" (Kitab al-Fusul, Ikhtiyar al-Majisti) and (2) "Book on the Construction of Sun-dials" (Kitab 'Amal al-Rukhamat). The Jawami, or 'The Elements' as we shall call it, was AlFarghani's best-known and most influential work.

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