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Al-Bīrūnī, in full Abū al-Rayḥān Muḥammad ibn Aḥmad al-Bīrūnī (born Sept. 4, 973 ce, Khwārezm, Khorāsān [now in Uzbekistan]—died c. 1052, Ghazna [now Ghaznī, Afg.), Muslim astronomer, mathematician, ethnographist, anthropologist, historian, and geographer. Al-Bīrūnī lived during a period of unusual political turmoil in the eastern Islamic world. He served more than six different princes, all of whom were known for their bellicose activities and a good number of whom met their ends in violent deaths. Nevertheless, he managed to become the most original polymath the Islamic world had ever known.
'''ئەبوڕەیحانی بیرونی''' ناسراو بە '''ئەلبیرونی''' ناوی تەواوی ('''ئەبوڕەیحان محەممەد کوڕی ئەحمەد بیرونییە''')، [[گەردوونناس]] و [[بیرکاریزان]] و [[مێژوونووس]] و [[مرۆڤناس]] و [[جوگرافیاناسێکی]] [[فارسی]] [[موسوڵمان]] بوو.<ref>
* Bosworth, C. E. (1968), “The Political and Dynastic History of the Iranian World (A.D. 1000–1217)”, J.A. Boyle (ed.), Cambridge History of Iran, vol. 5: The Saljuq and Mongol Periods, Cambridge University Press: 1-202. [45]. Excerpt from page 7:"The Iranian scholar al-BIruni says that the Khwarazmian era began when the region was first settled and cultivated, this date being placed in the early 13th-century BC) "