Physics in the medieval Islamic world  

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The natural sciences saw various advancements during the Golden Age of Islam (from roughly the mid 8th to the mid 13th centuries), adding a number of innovations to the mere Transmission of the Classics (such as Aristotle, Ptolemy, Euclid, Neoplatonism).

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