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English: A page from Ali al-Qushji's al-Risala al-Fathiyya
Date 14th century
date QS:P,+1350-00-00T00:00:00Z/7
Source Image from Çağını Aşan Bilim İnsan Ali Kuşçu, Günışğı magazine (The semiannual magazine of the Turkish Air Force Academy), Vol. 53..
Originally taken by tr:Kullanıcı:Arinna'lUser:Arinna'al in Turkish Wikipedia and uploaded on 21 Mayıs 2007.
Author Ali al-Qushji


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