Iran - Ibn Khaldun, May 27, 1332 AD/732 AH – March 19, 1406 AD/808 AH was a Muslim historiographer and historian who is often viewed as one of the fathers of modern historiography, sociology and economics.
*** Tribute to Muslim Scientist *** "Ibn e Khaldun - The Greatest Arab Historian" Ibn Khaldun (Abi Bakr Muḥammad ibn al-Ḥasan Ibn Khaldun) (born May 27, 1332, Tunis - died March 17, 1406, Cairo, Egypt). The greatest Arab #historian, who developed one of the earliest "Nonreligious Philosophies of History", contained in his masterpiece, the #Muqaddimah (“Introduction”). He also wrote a definitive history on the Muslims of North Africa. He also works on #Islamic Monetary Economics as well…
"Ibn Khaldun was a brilliant North African polymath of Arab descent who was born Tunis but travelled extensively throughout North Africa. He was a statesman, philosopher, Islamic theologian and jurist, historian, astronomer, mathematician, economist, poet, and social scientist and is widely considered to be the father of historiography, cultural history, demography, philosophy of history, and sociology." - @Davia Bailey
Helmet, Egyptian, c. 1293-1341, bears the name of the Mamluk sultan Ibn Qala’un, who ruled from Cairo a century before Barquq, the sultan who appointed and dismissed Ibn Khaldun as chief justice on several occasions.