WHAP Chapter 7 Outline - Morett Xavier P.6 WHAP October 7...

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Morett, Xavier P.6 WHAP October 7, 2013 Chapter 7 Outline- Abbasid Decline and spread of Islam into South/Southeast Asia I. During the fall of the Abbasid Caliphate, the Islamic Empire faced many conflicts including invasion, dispute over succession, and even numerous Christian Crusades. Despite this however, literature, knowledge, art, and scientific practices continued to improve and flourish. Islam also continued to spread reaching India and other parts of South and Southeast Asia. II. Civilizations/Countries: a. The Abbasid Caliphate (Middle East) i. 750 CE: Establishment of the Abbasid Caliphate; Baghdad made capital ii. 775-785 CE: Reign of al-Mahdi iii. 786-809 CE: Reign of al-Rashid iv. 809 CE: First war of succession between Abbasid princes v. 813-833 CE: Reign of al-Ma’mun; first mercenary forces recruited vi. 1258 CE: Fall of Baghdad to Mongols; End of Abbasid caliphate vii. 1401 CE: Baghdad suffers another capture at the hands of Timur b. The Buyids/Persians and the Seljuk Turks (Middle East) i. 945 CE: Persian Buyids capture Baghdad; caliphs become puppet rulers ii. 1055 CE: Seljuk Turks overthrow Buyids and control caliphs c. Christian Crusaders (Western Europe/Middle East) i. 1096-1099 CE: First Crusade; Jerusalem captured ii. 1291 CE: Fall of Acre and the last crusader kingdom d. Sultanate India and Islamic South(east) Asia (South Asia/Southeast Asia) i.
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