Timeline of science and engineering in the Islamic world: Quiz

Question 1: This timeline of science and engineering in the Islamic world covers both the classical ________ (usually dated from the 7th to 16th centuries) and the post-classical period (after the 16th century).
Al-AndalusMuslim Agricultural RevolutionIslamic Golden AgeIslamic contributions to Medieval Europe

Question 2: All year dates are given according to the ________ except where noted.
Julian calendarIslamic calendarTimeGregorian calendar

Question 3: Ragep, F. Jamil (2001a), "Tusi and Copernicus: The Earth's Motion in Context", Science in Context (________) 14 (1-2): 145–163 
EnglandCambridge University PressOxford University PressAuthorized King James Version

Question 4: From the 19th century onwards, the advances by ________ scientists and engineers occurred both within and outside of the Islamic world.

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