Ismail al-Jazari

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Ismail Al-Jazari was a polymath. He was born in 1136 in Cizre (current Turkey) during the Islamic Golden Age. He was simultaneously a scholar, an inventor, a mechanical engineer, an artisan, an artist, and a mathematician. Just like his father before him, he served as the chief engineer at the Artuklu Palace. [1][2][3] He died in 1206.

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  1. "Medieval robots? They were just one of this Muslim inventor's creations". History Magazine. 2020-07-30. Retrieved 2020-08-07.
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  3. "Medieval robots: How al-Jazari's mechanical marvels have been resurrected in Istanbul". Middle East Eye. Retrieved 2020-08-07.