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Bradley Steffens

Great post about Alhazen! I especially enjoyed your analysis of the woodcut. If your readers would like to know more about Alhazen, I would like to recommend my new book, Ibn al-Haytham: First Scientist. Written for young adults, it is the world's first full biography of the eleventh-century Muslim scholar known in the West as Alhazen or Alhacen.

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