History of Science and Technology in Islam


Selective bibliography of Prof. A. Y al-Hassan:

Studies in al-Kimya': Critical Issues in Latin and Arabic Alchemy and Chemistry (Dec 2009).

  • Publisher: Georg Olms Verlag AG
  • 2009, X/320 S. Broschur Series: TEXTE UND STUDIEN ZUR
    ISBN: 978-3-487-14273-9
  • Amazon

A Compendium of the Theory and Practice of the Mechanical Arts by al-Jazari, Aleppo, 1979.

Kitab al-hiyal (The Book of Ingenious Devices) by the Banu Musa, Aleppo, 1980.

Islamic Technology, an Illustrated History (with Donald Hill), Cambridge University Press and UNESCO, 1986.

  • Hardcover - 320 pages (19 March, 1987); Cambridge University Press;
    ISBN: 0521263336 (Amazon)
  • Paperback - 320 pages 1st Pbk. Ed (16 January, 1992); Cambridge University Press;
    ISBN: 0521422396 (Amazon)
  • Paperback - 304 pages (31 December, 1992); United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO);
    ISBN: 9231027336 (Amazon)

Kitab al Furusiyyah wa al Manasib al Harbiyya of Hasan Al Rammah, (on gunpowder and incendiary weapons), Aleppo, 1998.

The Different Aspects of Islamic Culture. Science and Technology in Islam, Vol IV, Parts I and II, Chief Editor Prof. Ahmad Y. al-Hassan, co-editors, Prof Maqbul Ahmad and Prof Albert Zaki Iskandar, UNESCO, 2001 (Amazon).

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