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A very important aspect of the Islamic Golden Age from the 7th to the 14th century is it’s scientific achievements. The important role that this civilization played in the history of science, could be described as a unity with four terms: preservation, assimilation, development and transmission.
A passion for knowledge led the Muslims during their centuries of empire building to preserve and assimilate the ancient wisdom of older cultures, including those of Greece, India, and China.

Great scholars, man and women of different faiths, heavily patronised by Muslim rulers accomplished and developed the scientific knowledge that influenced the advance of science in the Western world from the Renaissance to the modern era.