Abú al-Walìd ibn Ruchd, known as Averröes (Cordoba 1126 ? Marrakech 1198), author of scholarly treatises on medicine, mathematics, astronomy, ethics and above all philosophy which had a deep influence on Christian Europe of the 12d century. Sculpture on pedestal beside the Almodovar Gate on the walls of the city, Cordoba, Andalusia, Spain. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Abú al-Walìd ibn Ruchd, known as Averröes (Cordoba 1126 ? Marrakech 1198), author of scholarly treatises on medicine, mathematics, astronomy, ethics and above all philosophy which had a deep influence on Christian Europe of the 12d century. Sculpture on pedestal beside the Almodovar Gate on the walls of the city, Cordoba, Andalusia, Spain. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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