Science and technology in the Golden age of Islamic Culture
Updated: 2/7/2021
Science  and technology in   the Golden age of Islamic Culture

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  • Science and technology in the Golden age of Islamic Culture
  • It was a time of great change and growth in the Arab regions.
  • The golden age started at the 8th century in the Arabian Society.
  • They spread and covered much of the modern day Middle East.
  • As Islam became the main religion in the Arab world, society began to change.
  • From 786 CE until mid-14th CE, the Arab society experienced an era of incredible achievement called the Golden age of Islamic Culture.
  •  During this time, science and philosophy including art flourished.
  • Writers such as Abu Al- Jahiz wrote simple but clever fables and essays on history and natural science.
  • Architect began to show influences of the culture of people who became part of the Islamic Empire.
  • People learned how to use herbal medicines from the Chinese. They wrote books on plants an soil and gardening techniques.
  • Muslim astronomers improved on the Greek knowledge of the movements of the Sun and the planets precisely calculating the passing of time.
  • They came up with a way to solve practical problems when not all factors were known. It is now also known as Algebra!
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