The other poet under study was Abu-al-Mohammed Mohammad Al-Farghani
who lived in the second half of the seventh century and the early eighth century AH.
Al-Sulaiti referred to the eighth century philosopher Abu Nasr al-Farabi, who analysed the studies Plato and Aristotle from Islamic perspective, the 19th century's scientist Ahmad Al-Farghani
, also known as Alfraganus in the West, who authored "Elements of Astronomy on the Celestial Motions".
It is suffice here to evoke a few glorious names without contemporary equivalents in the West: Jabir Ibn Haiyan, al-Kindi, al-Khwarizmi, al-Farghani
, al-Razi, Thabit ibn Qurra, al-Battani, Hunain ibn Ishaq, al-Farabi, Ibrahim ibn Sinan, al-Masudi, al-Tarabi, Abu ibn Wafa, Ali ibn Abbas, Abu-l-Qasim, Ibn al-Jazzar, al-Biruni, Ibn Sina, Ibn Yunus, al-Karkhi, Ibn al-Haitham, Ali ibn Isa, al-Ghazzali, al-Zarqali, Omar Khayyam!
Mansur Awzjandi al-Farghani
Qadi Khan, Sharh al-Ziyadat (of al-Shaybani), ed.
* 860 - Al-Farghani
, Abu al-'Abbas (Al-Fraganus) - Astronomy, Civil
Bal-burd, who upon his death was replaced by a certain Khalaf al-Farghani
. (75) In 268 or 269, after the defection of Lu'lu' Ibn Tulun instructed Khalaf to take action against Yazman, a eunuch formerly in the service of al-Fath b.
The author mentions scholars such as: "Jabir ibn Haiyan, al-Kindi, al-Khwarizimi, al-Farghani
, al-Razi, al-Masudi, al-Tabari, Thabit ibn Qurra, al-Battani, Hunain ibn Ishaq, Abdul-i-Qasim, al-Farabi, Ibrahim ibn Sinan, al-Biruni, Ibn Sina, Ibn Yunus, al-Karhi, Abdul-i-Wafa, Ali, ibn Abbas, Ibn al-Jazzar, Ibn al-Haitham, Ali ibn Isa, al-Ghazzali, al-Zarqali, and Omar Khayyum" (61) who have contributed significantly to current Western practices and philosophies.
In other words, while Ibn Khallikan and other authors offer only the nisba "al-Farghani
,"  al-Safadi, who adds "al-Turki," must be correct.