Lubna al Cordoubia
965 - 984
Lubna al Cordoubia was famous for her knowledge of grammar and the quality of her poetry. She was an intellectual and mathematician of the second half of the 10th century, who promoted the translation of science into various languages.
Lubna was in charge of writing and translating many manuscripts. Along with Hasdai-ibn-Shaprut, she was the driving force behind the creation of the famous library of Medina Azahara, which was home to more than 500,000 books from different fields.
One of the skills that empowered her in this function was her great master of mathematics and many other sciences, as well as languages and grammar.
Written by: Fatma Abdi.