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The link between universities, libraries and learning in Muslim civilisation and today
Mathematics, science, languages…whatever subject interests you most, you might be surprised by its links with the distant past. In this zone of the exhibition, find out about the time when people assembled colossal libraries and paid for books in gold. See the intricate geometrical designs inspired by patterns in flowers and shells. And look back six centuries to when the love of learning brought Muslim, Christian and Jewish scholars together to cooperate in creating knowledge.
Did You Know
...that there’s a hidden reason behind the way we write the numbers 1 to 10?
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