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Ferment in the Middle East: The Rise of Islam Chapter 7
I. The Rise of Islam A. The Role of Muhammad B. The Teachings of Muhammad
Figure 7-1 p185
II. The Arab Empire and Its Successors A. Creation of an Empire B. The Rise of the Umayyads C. The Abbasids 1. Abbasid Rule 2. Instability and Division 3. The Seljuk Turks D. The Crusades
II. The Arab Empire and Its Successors E. The Mongols F. Andalusia: A Muslim Outpost in Europe 1. A Time of Troubles 2. Moorish Spain: An Era of Cultural Tolerance?
Figure 7-2 p190
Figure 7-3 p191
Figure 7-4 p193
III. Islamic Civilization A. Political Structures B. The Wealth of Araby: Trade and Cities in the Middle East
III. Islamic Civilization C. Islamic Society D. The Culture of Islam 1. Philosophy and Science 2. Islamic Literature 3. Islamic Art and Architecture
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