9. Arabian commentators

Some of their works survive, some have been lost. Their names are not important to us, but the number of them (and these are still not all the commentators on Euclid) and their dates show the degree of interest Arabia took in Euclid in the 10th c. The names I have given are abbreviated. For instance, an-Nairizi is really Abu 'l 'Abbas al-Fadl b. Hatim an-Nairizi.

1.

an-Nairizi, died 922

2.

al-Karabisi, 9th-10th c

3.

al-Jauhari, about 830

4.

al-Mahani, died about 884

5.

al-Khazin, died about 971

6.

Abu 'l Wafa al-Buzjani, 940-997

7.

Ibn Rahawaiki al-Arjani

8.

al-Antaki, died 987

9.

Sind b. 'Ali, died about 864

10.

ar-Razi

11.

al-Kindi, died about 873

12.

Nazif, died about 990

13.

Yuhanna al-Qass, died about 980

14.

al-Hasan Wahb, died 901

15.

Qusta b. Luqa, died about 912

16.

Thabit b. Qurra, 826-901

17.

Sinan, died about 943

18.

al-Kuhi, lived around 988

19.

al-Farabi, 870-950

20.

al-Haitham, about 965-1039

21.

Ibn Sina, 980-1037

22.

al-Ahwazi

23.

at-Tusi

24.

as-Samarqandi, lived around 1276

25.

Qadizade, died around 1446

26.

'Uqba

27.

Muhammad b. Abdalbaqi

28.

Ibn al-Lubudi, 1210-1268

29.

Abu 'Abdallah ...

30.

Abu Masr Mansur ... 973-1048