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NAQT Islamic History

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Umayyad Capital
Damascus
1st Islamic Dynasty
Umayyad
founded the Umayyad Dynasty
Uthman
Secular Islamic Caliphate
Umayyad
Islamic dynasty that had a mosque built by Abd al-Malik
Umayyad
1st caliphate to move into Spain
Umayyad
Major Islamic city in Spain
Cordoba
2nd Islamic Caliphate
Abbasid
Abbasid Caliphate 1st capital
Baghdad
Abbasid Caliphate 2nd capital
Cairo
al-Mansur, Harun ar-Rahid, and al-Mamun the Great were all rulers of what caliphate?
Abbasid
as-Mustazim was wrapped in carpet and trampled by horses when Mongols invaded
Abbasid
North African Islamic Caliphate
Fatimid
Abbasid Caliphate rivals
Fatimid
Caliphate that had Assassins
Fatimid
Ghuzz Turks Islamic Caliphate
Seljuq
Defeated Byzantines at Manzikert
Seljuq
Sultanate of Rum
Seljuq
Sunni revival began in this Caliphate
Seljuq
Madrasas
Seljuq
Kurdish Islamic Caliphate
Ayyubid
This Caliphate abolished the Fatimids
Ayyubid
Saladin (Salah ad-Din) belonged to this Caliphate
Ayyubid
Caliphate that retook Jerusalem
Ayyubid
Slave soldiers who deposed Ayyubids
Mamluk
Defeated Mongols at the Battle of Ayn Jalut
Mamluk
Drove Crusaders from Palestine
Mamluk
Defeated by Ottomans who conquered Egypt in 1517
Mamluk
Balkan and Middle-Eastern Islamic Caliphate
Ottoman
Sick Man of Europe
Ottoman
Defeated Serbs at Battle of Kosovo
Ottoman
Captured Constantinople in 1453
Ottoman
Their lands were a major target of the Crusades
Ottoman
Suleiman the Magnificent was the great ruler of what Caliphate
Ottoman
Besieged Vienna in 1529
Ottoman
Indian Islamic Caliphate
Mughal
Descendents of Genghis Khan and Tamerlane (Timur)
Mughal
Founded by Babur
Mughal
Grandson of Babur
Akbar
Caliphate Taj Mahal was built under
Mughal
Caliph Taj Mahal was built under
Shah Jahan
Brought the Mughal's to the brink of bankruptcy
Shah Jahan
Aurangzeb belonged to this Caliphate
Mughal
This Caliph excluded Hindus from public office
Aurangzeb
Sunni Sufi Caliphate
Safavid
Caliphate that ruled Iran
Safavid
Converted Iran to Shi'ism
Safavid
Gunpowder Empires
Ottoman, Safavid, Mughal
Abbas I led this Caliphate to military dominance
Safavid
Expelled Portuguese from Persian Gulf
Safavid
Capital of Safavids
Esfahan
These people were led for some time by a female war-chief known only as "the Prophet", who advocated scorched-earth tactics.
Berbers
Name these people who speak the Tamazight language, which is co-official in Morocco.
Berbers
This religion inspired the Dungan and Panthay Rebellions.
Islam
This religion spread to China via the Silk Road and is centered today in Xinjiang and Gansu.
Islam