The Rise Of Islam

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Published on March 18, 2008

Author: learningsmart

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Lecture slides on the Rise of Islam in the 600s and 700s CE.

The rise of Islam: Why did Dar al-Islam grow so much and so quickly? AP World History Richard Smart Oakland Mills High School

From Period 1 to Period 2 Period 1: 8000BCE – 600CE Development of agriculture and the beginning of societies. Creation of complex societies. Inter-regional trade Development of World Religions Isolation of Western Hemisphere Period 2: 600CE – 1450CE Collapse of the major classical empires (Han China, Gupta India, Imperial Rome). Islam and Dar al-Islam. Tang and Song China Genghis Khan and Mongol Expansion Medieval Europe Inca and Aztec Americas

Period 1: 8000BCE – 600CE

Development of agriculture and the beginning of societies.

Creation of complex societies.

Inter-regional trade

Development of World Religions

Isolation of Western Hemisphere

Period 2: 600CE – 1450CE

Collapse of the major classical empires (Han China, Gupta India, Imperial Rome).

Islam and Dar al-Islam.

Tang and Song China

Genghis Khan and Mongol Expansion

Medieval Europe

Inca and Aztec Americas

The context for Dar al-Islam Arabian Peninsular Caravan Routes Monotheistic influence Conflict between Byzantium and Persia

Arabian Peninsular

Caravan Routes

Monotheistic influence

Conflict between Byzantium and Persia

Politics in Dar al-Islam Early Islam Death of Muhammed, 631CE Abu Bakr & the Umma Ali & the Shi’ites Ummayads (661CE) Caliphate Focus on the Mediterranean Primacy of Arabs Abassids (750CE) Caliphate Centered on Persia Seljuk Turks (945CE) Geographical Expansion Mediterranean Persia Spain India SE Asia

Early Islam

Death of Muhammed, 631CE

Abu Bakr & the Umma

Ali & the Shi’ites

Ummayads (661CE)

Caliphate

Focus on the Mediterranean

Primacy of Arabs

Abassids (750CE)

Caliphate

Centered on Persia

Seljuk Turks (945CE)

Geographical Expansion

Mediterranean

Persia

Spain

India

SE Asia

Islamic Arts Sciences and Technology Abassid Classical learning Mathematics Indian numbers Astronomy Arabesque Art Minarets Cordoba Caliphate Classical Learning Library and free education. Fusion of Islam and Western European styles.

Abassid

Classical learning

Mathematics

Indian numbers

Astronomy

Arabesque Art

Minarets

Cordoba Caliphate

Classical Learning

Library and free education.

Fusion of Islam and Western European styles.

Society in Dar al-Islam Sharia Law Qu’ran Hadith Qadis Slaves Captured and traded No Muslim slaves Freed if converted Women Patriarchal Polygamy for men Equal before Allah Property ownership Divorce Persian influence Seclusion Veil

Sharia Law

Qu’ran Hadith

Qadis

Slaves

Captured and traded

No Muslim slaves

Freed if converted

Women

Patriarchal

Polygamy for men

Equal before Allah

Property ownership

Divorce

Persian influence

Seclusion

Veil

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