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1Bell RingerBetween 200 B.C.E. and 200 C.E., the silk road facilitated commodity trade between which of the following pairs of empires?A. The Roman and IncanB. The Han and SpanishC. The Roman and HanD. The Mali and Byzantine
2Comparing Christianity and Buddhism The development and spread of Christianity and Buddhism before 600 C.E. had all of the following in common EXCEPTA. both were outgrowths of other religionsB. both were aided in their spread by existing trade networksC. the founders of both presented themselves as divineD. both developed monastic orders to women
3Agenda The arrival of Islam to India - Mahmud of Ghazni - Dehli SultanateIslam rule in India
4Collapse of the Gupta Empire Invaded by the White Huns. (Not Attila and his forces)Gupta fell in at the end fifth century.Hinduism and the Caste system survived.Who are the white Huns?nomadic invaders from central Asia; invaded India; disrupted Gupta administration.
5The Arrival of IslamIslam reached India in the eighth century ( C.E.)Arab merchants had been active in India for centuries.The Arab army reached India in the eighth century.Indian Pirates + Muslim Ruler wanting apology – Ruler of Sind refusing = Arab army conquering much of India.
6Empire of Mahmud of Ghazni End of the tenth century – rise of the state of GhazniPresent day Afghanistan.Founded in 962.Mahmud takes power – 997.
9Mahmud of Ghazni Brilliant, ambitious. Extended his rule from the Indian ocean (South) to the Upper Indus Valley.Died 1030.His royal court rivaled others ( Abbasid dynasty in Baghdad)
10Not universally lovedMahmud utterly ruined the prosperity of the country, performed wonderful exploits by which the hindus became like atoms scattered in all directions, and like a tale of old in the mouth of the people. Their scattered remains cherish, of course, the most inveterate aversion towards all Muslims.
11Resistance Aristocratic Hindu clans. Led by the Rajputs of Northern India.Ghazni decline but Muslim state Delhi rise.
12The Delhi SultanateIslamic invaders of India call their leader Sultan.Referred to as the Delhi Sultanate.1206:- Islam spread for about 200 years- Sultan’s offended by the polytheism in Hinduism.What would they try do to with the Hindus?Non-Muslims had to pay a tax.Hindu temples and persecution occurred.
13Contrast Islam Hinduism Monotheistic All people are equal under god Cows are foodPolytheisticCaste SystemCows are sacred
14Islam rule in India Colleges were founded. Irrigation systems were improved.Mosques were built (help Hindu and Muslim architects and artist)Considerable number of Hindus converted to Islam in Northern India.Southern India – Kept Hindu traditions.
16Tamerlane – Timur Lang Ruler of the Mongols. Destroyed everything in his path.Sultanate was destroyed under his campaign.Eventually Mongols left and the Sultanate restored.Islam will continue to grow through the Mughal empire.