Islam beyond the Caliphates
What was unique about Islam in West Africa?
Did not allow Hinduism and destroyed temples
Local rulers did not enforce Islamic (state) rules
Trade and religion were separate
West Africa rejected the Islamic ummah
What two technologies that spread from China, through Asia, and to Europe.
gunpowder and guillotine
educational and religion
Printing and snowblowers
Printing and gunpowder
What is Dar-al-Islam?
Conquered people who adopt both Arab and Muslim culture
A term used to describe all states controlled by an Islamic government
A term used to describe the Mongol conquests of Islamic lands
People in West Africa who went on the caravan with Mansa Musa
diagnoses, hospitals and traveling clinics were
Islamic attempts to control the lower classes
new ideas passed along the Silk Road from China
ways Persian scholars advanced medicine
ways Islamic scholars advanced medicine
What was the name of the West African ruler who made the Hajj to Mecca?
Nasir al-Din al-Tusi
Name the two Muslim West African empires that benefited from Islamic trade
Ghana and Mali
Ghana and Egypt
Malaysia and Indonesia
Central China and Persia
Who was Nasir al-Din al-Tusi?
A Persian doctor who worked on traveling clinics with the caravans
A Muslim Persian who built the House of Wisdom in Baghdad
a Muslim Persian mathematician who invented trigonometry
a Muslim explorer who spent 30 years exploring Dar-al-Islam
Turko-Persian Sunni invaders who displaced much of the Abbasid and Byzantine territory in the Middle East (Persia) and Anatolia in the 11 th century CE.
The Four Caliphs
The first Muslim empire in India from 1206-1526 that dealt with constant Hindu-Muslim conflicts
A monotheistic religion that emerged in modern-day Pakistan and India in the period circa 1200 CE - 1450 CE that blended elements of Buddhism, Hinduism, and Islam.
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