• Chapter 4 Notes Ap World History
    failed to reconcile Shi'a to Abbasid rule and failed to resolve succession problem Harun al-Rashid- Great Abbasid ruler Harem- Buyids- 10th century Dynasty that invaded and captured Baghdad. Ruled Abbasid Empire under title of sultan and kept Abbasids as figureheads Seljuk Turks- Central Asian nomadic...
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  • Chapter 7: Ap World
    across the force and aft of the ship. • Al-Mahadi; Third of the Abbasid caliphs; attempted but failed to reconcile moderates among Shi’a Abbasid dynasty; failed to resolve problems of succession. • The vast Abbasid empire gradually disintegrated between the 9th and 13th centuries C.E. Political decline...
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  • The Abbasids Era: Rise and Fall
    |General Situation |3 | | |-Expansion of the Muslims | | | |-Ruling of Persians and Romans ...
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  • History of Bangladesh
    Bangladesh as Indo-Aryan. While western Bangladesh, as part of Magadha, became part of the Indo-Aryan civilization by the 7th century BCE, the Nanda Dynasty was the first historical state to unify all of Bangladesh under Indo-Aryan rule. Overseas Colonization The Vanga Kingdom was a powerful seafaring...
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  • Fatimids
    The Fatimid Islamic Caliphate or al-Fāṭimiyyūn (Arabic الفاطميون) was an Arabo-BerberShia Muslim caliphate first centered in Tunisia and later in Egypt that ruled over varying areas of the Maghreb, Sudan, Sicily, Malta, the Levant, and Hijaz from 5 January 909 to 1171. The caliphate was ruled by the...
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  • Semester STudy Guide
    Alexander the Great, Hellenistic Era 5. Umayyad, Abassid Dynasties, House of Wisdom, The Ulama 6. Abbasid view of slavery 7. The Abbasid view of slavery was a good one. There were many slaves employed byduring the Abbasid dynasty. The wealthy elite employed many male and female slaves.Female...
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  • silk road
    Middle East who emerges in the 800s to explore the Silk Road to learn and record of the versatile of lives, cultures and religions during the T’ang Dynasty of Central China. K begins the journey in the autumn of 821. K reaches the prosperous city of Chang’an of Central China. It has been a long time...
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  • Outline of the Expansion of the Islamic Civilization
    warfare because of the distinct differences in religions. The rise and rapid spread of Islam started with the development of the Muslim religion. * The Muslim religion was developed by Muhammad, the prophet. * Hostility in the prophet's home of Mecca led to Muhammad, in 622, fleeing to Medina...
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  • world civilization
    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 God, and Muhammad is his prophet." The second pillar is daily prayer. Muslims must pray five times each day facing...
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  • fgfjhjhk
    the Chalukya dynasty, Chola Empire, Pallava dynasty, Pandyan Dynasty, Rashtrakuta dynasty and Western Chalukya Empire. in The Islamic Sultanates Main articles: Muslim conquest of India, Islamic Empires in India, Bahmani Sultanate, and Deccan Sultanates See also: Rajput resistance to Muslim conquests and...
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  • ap world stuff idk
    (Greek) and Western (Latin) branches The theme system-  were the main administrative divisions of the middle Byzantine Empire Sasanids- the opposing dynasty from the Persian empire which led to the Roman-Persian wars Byzantine commonwealth- Fourth crusade-  the Crusaders of Western Europe invaded and...
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  • Islamic Art
    century onwards. This term not only describes art made in the service of Islam or by Muslim artists, but also secular art originating from those lands which were ruled by Muslims or where majority of the population was Muslim. Therefore, Islamic Art covers many people and lands over a period of 1400 years...
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  • Review Guide
    622: Muhammad and followers flee to Yathrib (Medina) where he was free to practice and teach his faith; flight referred to as the hijrah; start of Muslim calendar * Umma: rules that governed daily life and included procedures for the care of widows and orphans as well as mounting an army...
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  • History
    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. Anatolia in mid 7th ii. Theme system (p.334 +336) strengthens society from early 7th to 11th CE B. The Rise of Islam...
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  • Sunni Islam
    Mu'awiyya, the governor of Syria, took control of the Caliphate. This marked the 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...
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  • Perso-Islamic Synthesis
    Samanid and Buyid Dynasties. The synthesis of Persian culture and Islam was not an immediate result of the Arab expansion into Iran and there is certainly a lack of research on the subject. However, in this essay, I will attempt to explain the contributions of the Samanid and Buyid dynasties to this synthesis...
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  • Islam in India
    Islam in India The Coming of Islam to South Asia. Muslim invasions from the seventh century added to the complexity of Indian civilization. Previous nomadic invaders usually had blended over time into India’s sophisticated civilization. Muslims, possessors of an equally sophisticated, but very different...
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  • Ch.26 Notes
    and from the reactions to new challenges. They also faced the threat of Western imperialism and the West’s industrial lead. China, under the Qing dynasty in the seventeenth century, enjoyed growth and prosperity and had the power to limit European intervention. I)From Empire to Nation: Ottoman Retreat...
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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 Empire...
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  • Notes of Pak Studies
    FIRST SESSIONAL (PAK, STUDIES) 1. The Arab Muslims traders stepped on the Indian soil for the first time in the first hijra century. 2. The first Indian national to embrace Islam was the ruler of a small state known as ‘Kirning Noor’. 3. Muslims fought their first battle on the Indian shore...
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