Effects of the Islamic Caliphates
After the death of Muhammad, Islam spread rapidly due to --
the promise of plunder for soldiers.
the desire of Caliphs to keep their people focused outward.
weak neighboring empires.
All of these
From the 9th to the 14th centuries, Muslim rule of conquered territories was characterized by --
the rejection of Greek and Roman scientific works.
the acceptance of members of other cultures.
the creation of democratic governments.
a decrease in trade and commerce.
In the 700s, Arabian merchants played a large role in --
spreading new technology across Asia, Africa, and Europe.
converting large numbers of European to Islam.
uniting most of Asia and Europe.
stopping the invasions of nomadic tribes in Asia.
How did the development of Islam influence the blending of cultures in the region where Europe, Africa and Asia come together?
Islam tolerated other religions and adopted many customs and ideas.
Interest in scholarship encouraged the blending of cultures and ideas.
The fall of the Roman Empire provided a vacuum of power that was filled by Islam.
All answer choices are correct.
Which statement does NOT correctly explain an effect of the caliphates on Europe, Asia, and Africa?
Islamic art, science and literature flowered.
All of Europe avoided traded with Islamic empires.
An exchange of language, ideas and culture occurred.
Islam expanded through Egypt across North Africa.
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