Ibn Hayan( Arabic alchemist and astrologer, 'father of chemistry', the largest medieval alchemist.)
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Biography Ibn Hayan
(Abu `Abdallah Jabir ibn Hayyan al-Azdi al-Sufi)
(ca. 721, Tus, now on the territory. Iran - 803, Kufa, now in the territory. Iraq) --
In Western Europe, known as Geber (Geber). In his studies of alchemy has used astrological and astronomical knowledge, was convinced that everything in our world is made up of combinations of 4 elements. Was a member of the Shiite sect. I.H. attributed to more than 2000 works. Among his books, . directly related to the science of the stars, . It should be noted, elegant Zij ", . Comments on "Almagest" of Ptolemy, . "The construction of an astrolabe", . "Book of the provisions of the stars, . the number of [their] degrees and their names ", . "Book of the transition from the, . that there is a potentiality, . to reality ",
. The most famous books I.H. are "112 books", "70 books", "10 books rectification" and "Book of weights.