The Islamic golden era
The golden era definition
the most flourishing and outstanding period, esp in the history of a nation, business etc. the Islamic golden era
The islamic golden era is a period in history which Muslims made significant advances in neary every field of life and science known to man. achievements were made in fields such as medicine, physics, architecture,philosophy astronomy as well as society, urbanisation etc. It was the mid-7th century to the mid-13th century until the Mongols conquest of Baghdad and take control of it in 1258. the Islamic civilisation which stretch from china to spain was the golden era of invention and discoveries shone over everything. scholars and scientist discover some of the most known to man was discovered at that time and has connection to the modern world now. During this period the muslims traslated into Arabic, Persian, etc a huge knowledge gained from the ancient Roman,chinese, Indian, persian, egyptian, greek, Byzantine and civilizations. Why it should be called that
There are different aspects about why that time was the Islamic golden era some of them are Educational activity
The two leading centre of knowledge was both in Islamic territory one in the east in Baghdad Iraq, and second in the west in spain (al andalus). With a new, easier writing system and the introduction of paper, information was democratized to the extent that, probably for the first time in history, it became possible to make a living from simply writing and selling books. The house of wisdom
The caliph Al-Ma'mun (813 to 833 A.D) established academic named the House of Wisdom (Bait-ul-Hikmat), that was under his personal supervision. He also gather all manuscript (the original copy of a book or article before it is printed ) around the world in order to be translateed into Arabic. Persian etc The House of Wisdom was a library, translation institute and research center for...
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