• Islamic Empire of Mohammad
    different light, which allowed easier acceptance of his preaching. As a result of the war, the religion was able to spread all across the world. Major conflicts came when the prophet along with the four rightly guided caliphs passed away and the Umayyad dynasty took power to lead the Muslim...
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  • Outline of the Expansion of the Islamic Civilization
    Katsina. China * Trade, overland via the Silk Road as well as by sea, introduced Islam to China's Tang dynasty (618–907 CE) as early as the seventh century. * Chinese Muslims, from that time until the Ming, lived as one of many minorities in China, normally under their own local leaders and...
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  • 6 and 7 Vocab
    Hashimite); Zuhra, that of his mother; and Taim and 'Adi, the clans of the first and second caliphs, Abu Bakr and 'Umar I, respectively; and Umayya, the clan of the third caliph, 'Uthman, and his relatives, the dynasty of the Umayyad caliphs. Allah - Islam the Muslim name for God; the one Supreme...
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  • Chapter 4 Notes Ap World History
    kingdoms Salah-uh-Din- 12th century CE Muslim leader. Conquered most crusader outposts Ibn Khaldun- 1332-1406 century CE. Muslim historian. Developed concept that dynasties of nomadic conquerors have cycle of 3 generations - strong, weak, and dissolute Shah-Nama- Written by Firdawsi in 10th-11th...
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  • Role of Media in Pakistan
    Karkota dynasty was replaced by the Utpala dynasty about the middle of the 9th century. Avantivarman (855-83 C.E) the founder of the new dynasty, was an able ruler and a famous supporter of literature. Kashmir was able to retain its independence till it was conquered by the Muslims in 1339 C.E. it was...
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  • History
    iv. Justinian also reviewed and codified all Roman law into corpus iuris civilis v. General Belisarius attempted to expand empire in early 6th CE but external pressures were to great to hold territories (see map on p.329) b. External Pressures i. Expanding Muslims take Egypt, Palestine and E...
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  • Inside Islam notes
    Abraham’s sacred temple (Ka’ba) of idols of pilgrims, kept the Ka’ba (lit. “cube”) as the central expression of monotheism Offered Meccans freedom for peace, many converted Arab tribes came to pay tribute to Muhammad and convert Umayyads 1st dynasty 750 Within a century of Muhammad’s death Muslims...
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  • world civilization
    1. Discuss the following aspects of Islamic civilization. a. Describe the core beliefs of Islam. Include Islamic views towards women. a.i. Muslims are taught to practice their religion via the five "pillars" of Islam. The first pillar is the reciting of the creed "There is no god but the One...
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  • Islamic Art
    , followed by the Spanish Umayyads, gave force to this opposition. The Spanish Umayyads established the first Muslim dynasty inside of Spain or ‘Al-Andalus’. Al Andalus was a great cultural centre of the Middle Ages. There were great universities and an equal vital centre for art. During this period...
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  • Open Heart
    Harikela Magadha Pradyota dynasty Shishunaga dynasty Nanda Empire Sunga Empire Kanva dynasty Gupta Empire Kamboja Pala dynasty Shashanka Pala Empire Sena dynasty Delhi Sultanate Sultanate of Bengal Deva dynasty Raja Ganesha Mughal...
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  • great history
    -speaking peoples. ca. 563-ca. 483 B.C. Life of Siddartha Gautama--the Buddha; founding of Buddhism. ca. 326-184 B.C. Mauryan Empire; reign of Ashoka (269-232 B.C.); spread of Buddhism. ca. 180 B.C.-A.D. 150 Shaka dynasties in Indus Valley. ca. A.D. 320-550 Gupta Empire; classical age in North...
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  • Fatimids
    Islam’.[1] The term Fatimite is sometimes used to refer to the citizens of this caliphate. The ruling elite of the state belonged to the Ismaili branch of Shi'ism. The leaders of the dynasty were also Shia Ismaili Imams, hence, they had a religious significance to Ismaili Muslims. They are also...
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  • History of Vangladesh
    made Nabadwip the capital. The fourth king of this dynasty Lakshman Sen expanded the empire beyond Bengal to Bihar. Lakshman fled to eastern Bengal under the onslaught of the Muslims without facing them in battle. The Sena dynasty brought a period of revival in Hinduism in Bengal. A popular myth...
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  • History of Bangladesh
    Sen expanded the empire beyond Bengal to Bihar. Lakshman fled to eastern Bengal under the onslaught of the Muslims without facing them in battle. The Sena dynasty brought a period of revival in Hinduism in Bengal. A popular myth comprehended by some Bengali authors about Jayadeva, the famous...
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  • Islam in India
    Muslim rule and allowed limited Hindu reconquest. In the tenth century, a Turkish dynasty gained power in Afghanistan. Its third ruler, Mahmud of Ghazni, began two centuries of incursions into northern India. In the twelfth century, the Persian Muhammad of Ghur created an extensive state in the Indus...
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  • Chapter 7: Ap World
    . • Saladin: Muslim leader in the last decades of the 12th century; reconquered most of the crusader outposts for Islam • Muslim influences affected both the elite and popular cultures of much of western Europe in this period. • Ibn Khaldun: A Muslim historian; developed the concept that dynasties of...
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  • Sunni Islam
    rise of the Umayyad dynasty which ruled Islam for quite some time. Although the Qur’an ordains that the division of Muslims into different sections is forbidden, three sects of Islam developed and emerged at the conclusion of the Islamic Civil War. These include the Sunni, Shiite, Ahmadiyya and...
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  • Islam notes
    never ruled the majority of Muslims, they have had their moments of glory. The 9th century Fatimid Ismaili dynasty in Egypt and North Africa, when Cairo's prestigious Al-Azhar University was founded and the 16th century CE Safavid Dynasty which engulfed the former Persian Empire and made Shi'a Islam the...
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  • Notes of Pak Studies
    British established their hold on Bengal by defeating Nawab-Siraj-ud-Daulah in the Battle of Plassey. 40. The Slave Dynasty was the first which established first permanent Muslim rule in Indo-Pakistan. 41. The British defeated Sultan Tipu in 1799. 42. In 1849 the British annexed Punjab...
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  • Chapter 14 Outline Ap World History.
    caliphs. The Shia survived because they created different rituals and they appointed different holydays. The Shia Muslims also made changes in the Quran in order to support the party’s views. The Abbasid Dynasty: Rebellion in Persia brought the Umayyad dynasty to an end. The chief leader of the...
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