1.  Protected and spread the knowledge of Ancient Greece, and made it accessible to Renaissance scholars and scientists.

2.  Made new contributions in math, and the sciences and wrote influential works later discovered and used by Renaissance mathematicians and scientists.

3.  Influenced the architecture of parts of Europe (Spain and parts of Italy)

4. Made new astronomical contributions.

5. Created new instruments that helped make sea travel easier.


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