MİNYATÜR İZMİR SERGİSİ ZİYARETÇİLERİNİ BEKLİYOR

MİNYATÜR İZMİR SERGİSİ ZİYARETÇİLERİNİ BEKLİYOR

Nusret Colpan, Turkish painter, architect and miniaturist. Painted miniatures of cities around the world, especially Istanbul.

Nusret Colpan was a Turkish painter, architect and miniaturist, renowned for his paintings in Ottoman miniature style depicting cities around the world, particularly Istanbul.

In the Muslim Empire there were Houses of Wisdom that scholars could go to to exchange ideas with other scholars and learn.They would translate Greek and Roman classics into Arabic, which helped to preserved these stories which could have been lost. In the House of Wisdom, there was a huge library which was open to public use. There were Islamic sacred texts along with books on law, history, and other topics. This library set an example for larger libraries later to come.  ~MA KUKOSKi

Muslims became committed to Islamic literature early on and built libraries to satisfy their spiritual needs

İbrahim Tiflisi's work. He was one of the most prominent astronomers. To sum up, provided that the dates of Halley's comet on the reports are examined carefully, it can be comprehended that it is a tiny and adorable myth in the history.

Solar Eclipse From a treatises on astronomy, Abu Al-Fazl Hubaysh Bin Ibrahim Al-Munajjim Al-TiflisiI (C. 1203 AD) From the library of Sultan Bayezid II, signed darwish Salami Bin Muhammad, Istanbul, dated 27 July 1479 AD

al-Sūfī. Kitāb suwar al-kawākib al-ṯābita Type : manuscrit Langue :	Persan Droits : domaine public Identifiant : ark:/12148/btv1b8432266z Source : Bibliothèque nationale de France, Département des manuscrits, Supplément Persan 1551 Provenance : bnf.fr Date de mise en ligne : 05/09/2011

Title: al-Sufi. Kitab al-Kawakib suwar al-Tabita Type : manuscript Language : Persian Rights : public domain Login: ark: / 12148 / Source : Bibliothèque nationale de France, Department of Manuscripts, Persian Supplement 1551

Mr.Noda Oouchetaaro was first known Japanese Muslim who accepted Islam during his visit to the Ottoman Empire in 1891

Noda Oouchetaaro was the first known Japanese Muslim who accepted Islam during his visit to the Ottoman Empire in

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