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During the Dark Ages in Europe/ AD 1000 before voyages of Exploration
Islamic Scholars (religion)/ Muslims (followers of Islamic Religion)
Made achievements which helped advance Renaissance movement
9 th Century scholar wrote books on math. Math book: “al jabr”=algebra
Translated many works by ancient Greek Philosophers and scientists in to Arabic
Muslim astronomers built on work of Greeks
Muslim Thinker Ibn Sina built on work of Aristotle. Contributions to medicine and disease treatment
Muslims in Spain had centers of Islamic Art and Learning.
Scholars from Baghdad met and exchanged ideas with scholars from Western Europe.
Muslim city of Toledo: Muslims worked with Jews and Christians to collect and translate Greek works into Arabic and Latin. (Latin: dominant language of learning in Europe)
Islamic Achievements Section 4.
Muslim Innovations and Adaptations
Islamic Achievements Subtitle. Objectives Identify the explorer that traveled to India, Africa, China, and Spain. Explain how his knowledge contributed.
Muslim Civilization’s Golden Age
Mr. Meza 7 th Grade World History Chapter 9: Muslim Innovations and Adaptations.
In the 7 th century AD the new religion of Islam spread rapidly through the Middle East, North Africa and even into Spain.
The Islamic Motivation for Gaining and Developing Science and Technology By : 1.Muhammad Ilham ( ) 2.Isni Wahidiyah S. ( )
starter activity Why would there have been contact between Europe and the Middle East in the Middle Ages? Did religion help or hinder medicine over.
The Golden Age of Islam Mr. Blais World History.
Islamic Civilization and Culture Preservation of Knowledge: Translation into Arabic the works of ancient Greek scientists and philosophers.
Middle Ages: Islam. Warm-Up 1.Personal Needs 2.Copy homework into agenda 3.Update timeline….be sure to have these events/people/key terms in your time.
Sect. 3 The Golden Age of Muslim Civilization
Global 9 Chapter 10 Themes. Religious and Ethical Systems Islam – a monotheistic religion that developed in Saudi Arabia during the 600s; founded by Muhammad;
Science in the Middle Ages. Muslim Scholars Between 700’s and 1200’s Muslim culture flourished They took Greek ideas and expanded them Borrowed numbering.
Greek Empire BC (650 years) Greeks created the City-State, a form of regional government loyal to one major city. Greek city-states made war with.
Muslim Ways of Life Chapter 2-3.
Warm Up Copy HW Please grab a green textbook and handout from the front Please read page 100 and define adaptation, innovation and cultural diffusion.
Islamic Achievements Standard 7.2. Muslim Learning All knowledge is sacred The development of paper and creation of a paper mill in Baghdad The development.
BY: Die Baby Period 5 World history. Main Idea- Society & family life changed to reflect the Values of Islam.
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