Ibn al-Banna( Moroccan astronomer, astrologer and mathematician.)
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Biography Ibn al-Banna
(Arabic. "son of the architect"); actually Abu-l-`Abbas Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn` Uthman al-Azdi
(ca. 1260, Marrakech, Morocco - OK. 1320, ibid) --
Most of his life in his native city of Marrakech. IB. - The author of many works on mathematics and astronomy / astrology. Among them: "The sentences stars", "Comments on the poem by Abu-l-Mukri (cm. al-Battivi), "Introduction to the [science of] the stars and the properties of letters," "The Book of ANWA", "The Book of relief on the ephemerides of the planets," "Almanac" (astronomical tables), etc..
1. Matvievskaya G., Rosenfeld B. Mathematicians and astronomers of the Muslim Middle Ages and their works (VIII-XVII centuries)..