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1 From the 9th century, the medieval Islamic world classified Jews and Christians as dhimmis, and allowed Jews to practice their religion more freely than they could do in medieval Christian Europe.

2 After Greek astronomy was transmitted to the medieval Islamic world, astronomers made some changes to Ptolemy's cosmological model, but did not greatly change his estimate of the Earth–Sun distance.

3 The flourishing of algebra in the medieval Islamic world, and also in Renaissance Europe, was an outgrowth of the enormous simplification of computation through decimal notation.

4 A number of cities in the medieval Islamic world had book production centers and book markets.

5 These are considered among the fundamental elements that contributed to the flourishing of scholarship in the Medieval Islamic world.

6 At around the same time in the medieval Islamic world, a vigorous monetary economy was created during the 7th–12th centuries on the basis of the expanding levels of circulation of a stable high-value currency (the dinar).

7 Comparing the treatment of Jews in the medieval Islamic world and medieval Christian Europe, Mark R. Cohen notes that, in contrast to Jews in Christian Europe, the "Jews in Islam were well integrated into the economic life of the larger society", and that they were allowed to practice their religion more freely than they could do in Christian Europe.

8 In the medieval Islamic world, such advances made it possible to mechanize many industrial tasks previously carried out by manual labour.

9 Embroidery was an important art in the Medieval Islamic world.

10 Historians of the medieval Islamic world also developed an interest in world history.

11 The Canon of Medicine presents an overview of the contemporary medical knowledge of the medieval Islamic world, which had been influenced by earlier traditions including Greco-Roman medicine (particularly Galen), Persian medicine, Chinese medicine and Indian medicine.

12 For instance, the table above listed the life expectancy at birth among 13th-century English nobles at 30. Having survived until the age of 21, a male member of the English aristocracy in this period could expect to live: In a similar way, the life expectancy of scholars in the Medieval Islamic world was 59–84.3 years.

13 Mental disorders were described, and treatments developed, in Persia, Arabia and in the medieval Islamic world.

14 The most popular forms of theater in the medieval Islamic world were puppet theatre (which included hand puppets, shadow plays and marionette productions) and live passion plays known as ta'ziya, where actors re-enact episodes from Muslim history.

15 In addition, officials called muhtasibs were responsible for supervising bazaars and economic activity in general in the medieval Islamic world.

16 From Persis and throughout the Median, Achaemenid, Parthian, and Sasanian empires of ancient Iran to the neighboring Greek city states and the kingdom of Macedon, and later throughout the medieval Islamic world, all the way to modern Iran and others parts of Eurasia, Persian culture has been extended, celebrated, and incorporated.

17 Date: 980 AD – 1037 AD. In the medieval Islamic world, an elementary school was known as a maktab, which dates back to at least the 10th century.

18 The terms "comedy" and "satire" became synonymous after Aristotle's Poetics was translated into Arabic in the medieval Islamic world, where it was elaborated upon by Islamic philosophers and writers, such as Abu Bischr, his pupil Al-Farabi, Avicenna, and Averroes.

19 A large number of star catalogues were published by Muslim astronomers in the medieval Islamic world.

20 How then can you imagine that the universe as a whole is devoid of purpose and intelligence, when it embraces everything, including these artifacts themselves and their artificers? Another very important classical supporter of the teleological argument was Galen, whose compendious works were one of the major sources of medical knowledge until modern times, both in Europe and the medieval Islamic world.