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Ala al-Dīn Ali ibn Muhammed (1403 – 16 December 1474), known as Ali Qushji (Ottoman Turkish : علی قوشچی, kuşçu – falconer in Turkish; Latin: Ali Kushgii) was a Timurid theologian, jurist, astronomer, mathematician and physicist, who settled in the Ottoman Empire some time before 1472. As a disciple of Ulugh Beg, he is best known for the development of astronomical physics independent from natural philosophy, and for providing empirical evidence for the Earth's rotation in his treatise, Concerning the Supposed Dependence of Astronomy upon Philosophy. In addition to his contributions to Ulugh Beg's famous work Zij-i-Sultani and to the founding of Sahn-ı Seman Medrese, one of the first centers for the study of various traditional Islamic sciences in the Ottoman caliphate, Ali Kuşçu was also t

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  • القوشجي
  • ʿAlī al-Qūschdschī
  • Ali Qushji
  • Ali Qushji
  • 'Ali al-Qushji
  • Ali Quchtchi
  • Али аль-Кушчи
  • Ali Cusji
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  • ʿAlā' ad-Dīn ʿAlī ibn Muhammad al-Qūschdschī (arabisch علاء الدين علي بن محمد القوشجي, DMG ʿAlāʾ ad-Dīn ʿAlī b. Muḥammad al-Qūšǧī, auch al-Qauschadschī vokalisiert, türkisch Ali Kuşçu; * 1403 in Samarkand; † 16. Dezember 1474 in Istanbul) war ein Astronom, Mathematiker und Theologe im 15. Jahrhundert, der zuerst in Samarkand am Hofe der Timuriden, dann in Istanbul am Hofe der Osmanen arbeitete. Nach unterschiedlichen biographischen Quellen soll er türkischer oder persischer Abstammung gewesen sein.
  • Ali Quchtchi ou Ali Qushji (turc Ali Kuşçu : fauconnier), de son nom complet `Ala ad-Din `Ali ibn Muhammad Qushji (`alâ' 'ad-dîn : « élévation de la religion » en arabe), est un astronome, probablement né en 1403 à Samarcande, mort le 16 décembre 1474 à Istanbul. Il était également mutakallim, mathématicien et linguiste.
  • Алаудди́н Абуль-Каси́м Али́ ибн Муха́ммад аль-Кушчи (осман. ‎перс. علی قوشچی‎; Самарканд, 1403 — Константинополь, 16 декабря 1474) — среднеазиатский математик и астроном империи Тимуридов. Ученик Улугбека, ал-Каши и Кази-заде ар-Руми. После смерти последнего руководил Самаркандской обсерваторией, участвовал в завершении «Гурганского зиджа».
  • Ala al-Dīn Ali ibn Muhammed (1403 – 16 December 1474), known as Ali Qushji (Ottoman Turkish : علی قوشچی, kuşçu – falconer in Turkish; Latin: Ali Kushgii) was a Timurid theologian, jurist, astronomer, mathematician and physicist, who settled in the Ottoman Empire some time before 1472. As a disciple of Ulugh Beg, he is best known for the development of astronomical physics independent from natural philosophy, and for providing empirical evidence for the Earth's rotation in his treatise, Concerning the Supposed Dependence of Astronomy upon Philosophy. In addition to his contributions to Ulugh Beg's famous work Zij-i-Sultani and to the founding of Sahn-ı Seman Medrese, one of the first centers for the study of various traditional Islamic sciences in the Ottoman caliphate, Ali Kuşçu was also t
  • Ala al-Dīn Ali ibn Mahoma (1403 – 16 de diciembre de 1474), también conocido como Ali Qushji (en persa y turco: علی قوشچی, kuşçu – halconero en turco; en latín: Ali Kushgii) fue un astrónomo, matemático y físico originario de Samarcanda y que finalmente se estableció en el imperio otomano.​​
  • ʿAlāʾ al-Dīn ʿAli ibn Muhammed, noto anche in Turco come Ali Qushji (Turco ottomano/Persiano علی قوشچی, dalla parola turca kuşçu, che significa "falconiere", o in modo più esteso, alla araba, علاء الدين علي بن محمد القَوْشَجي السمرقندي, ʿAlāʾ al-Dīn ʿAlī ibn Muḥammad al-Qawshajī al-Samarcandī; Samarcanda, 1403 – Istanbul, 16 dicembre 1474), è stato un astronomo, matematico e fisico turco o persiano.ʿAlāʾ al-Dīn ʿAli ibn Muhammed è stato un importante scienziato centro-asiatico (attuale Uzbekistan), che si trasferì nell'Impero ottomano qualche tempo prima del 1472.
  • Aladim ou Aladino Ali ibne Maomé (Ala al-Dīn Ali ibn Muhammed; 1403 - 16 de dezembro de 1474), conhecido como Ali Cusji (Ali Qushji; língua turco-persa: علی قوشچی, kuşçu - falcoeiro em turco; latim: Ali Kushgii) foi um astrônomo, matemático e físico originalmente de Samarcanda, que se estabeleceu no Império Otomano por volta de 1472. Como discípulo de Ulugue Begue, é mais conhecido pelo desenvolvimento da física astronômica independente da filosofia natural e por fornecer evidência empírica para a rotação da Terra em seu tratado, Sobre a Suposta Dependência da Astronomia na Filosofia. Além de suas contribuições para a famosa obra de Ulugue Begue e para a fundação de , um dos primeiros centros para o estudo de várias ciências islâmicas tradicionais no califado otomano, Ali Kuşçu também foi
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