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The parenthetical sentence about the Arabic name is right now stuck in a not very fitting place in the article. The name itself is a quite trivial rendering of George Sarton in Arabic letters so I wonder if it's crucial to include it at all. The best reason to include it would be, I think, if Sarton had actually used it during his travels. Otherwise, it can go.
Maybe somebody has more information about this? Bazuz (talk) 05:28, 3 April 2011 (UTC)