which leader unified Arabia into a Muslim state through battle?
which is the best prediction of what might have happened if the Berbers had kept fighting the Muslims?
Muslim rule would have spread more slowly to North Africa.
muslim merchants could trade with people in many different areas because
Arabia was at a crossroads location.
whick of the following was not conquered by the Muslims during the 600's?
the muslims practice of acceptance other peoples religous beliefs
which of the following did the Arabs copy from the persians?
their form of government bureacury.
in what way were corbada and baghdad similar?
they were both centers of culture and learning.
what was the most important factor in the spread of Islam from the 600's to the 1600's?
the exchange of beliefs and customs between the muslims and the people they conquered caused what?
their cultures to blend
which ottoman leader bacame known as "the conquerer"?
what was the most important difference between the sunni and shia?
the shia though that caliphs had to be revolved
the leader of the Safavid Empire was called the
akbars tolerant religous policy helped
to unify the mughal empire.
whick of the following best describes how the Otooman Empire and the Mughal Empire were similar?
they both were blends of different cultures.
whick of the following is true or the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal empires?
they were all influenced in some way of Muslims culture
which of the following was the key reason Mughal Empire collapsed?
its tolerant religious policy were changed and people revolted
in terms of importance to the spread of knowledge in the islamic worl which would you rank first?
the scholars all understood arabic.
arab scholars used the astrolabe FOR WHAT?
to figure out their location on earth.
what significant geographical discovery did al-Idrisi make?
land did not go all the way around the Indian Ocean.
discovered how to diagnose and treat smallpox.
who was one of the most famous Sufi poets?
which of the following was not true of muslim calligraphy?
It was used in captions for paintings
After muhammads death, the title given to Islam's highest leaders was
why did the abbasids reorganize the government?
to make it easier to rule such a large region.
what can you infer about how the scholars at cordabas university influenced the spread of islam?
they were both centers of cultures and learning.
in what way did the practice of tolerance affect the jewish people of cordaba?
they were allowed to practice their unreligous cultures but still had to pay taxes.
in what way were the effects of trade and tolerance on the muslim world similiar?
they allowed other cultures to influence the muslim world
janissaries were what
they slaved cultures cultures that conquered to islam and became fierce fighters
during suleymans 1's rule, the ottoman empire
took control of eatern medditerean and eastern europe.
whick of the following best summarizes Abbas influence on the safavid economy?
they tried to expan their empire.
after failing to establish an empire in central asia, where did barbar succed in 1526?
muslim calligraphy was a combination of
art and literachure
al-khwarizimi's book al-jabr was signifigant because it was the
foundation of modern algebra
the sufism movement was a reaction against
the growing interest in worldly things
minarets were used to DO WHAT?
they are used to call muslims to pray.
whick of the following is true of muslim art, architechture, and science?
they were all influenced by the muslim religion.
what was the title given to islams highest leaders after muhammads death.