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Unformatted text preview: 3/2/11 Assalm-o-Aliakum. 3/2/11 11 Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/2/11 Muslim rule in Spain. By : Awais Sohail. Roll # B-13997. Department: Electrical Engineering. 3/2/11 22 3/2/11 chronological phases: The Emirate directly dependent on the Caliph in Damascus (711756). (Tariq ibne_Ziyad Conquest). The Independent Emirate (756-929). The Caliphate of Crdoba (929-1031). The first Taifas (1031-c. 1091). The Almoravid rule (c.1091-c. 1145). The second Taifas (c.1145-c. 1151). The Almohad rule (c.10311212). The Kingdom of Granada (12121492). 3/2/11 33 3/2/11 Al-Andalus: Al-Andalus (Arabic: )) was the Arabic name given to a nation in the parts of the Iberian Peninsula and Septimania governed by Muslims . Following the conquest, al-Andalus was divided into five administrative areas roughly corresponding to Andalusia,Galicia ,Portugal,Castile,Lon, 3/2/11 44 3/2/11 Umayyad empire : Under the orders of the Great Umayyad Caliph Al- Walid I, Tariq ibn-Ziyad led a small force & after a decisive victoryTariq ibn-Ziyad brought most of the Iberian Peninsula under Muslim occupation in a seven-year campaign. In 759, the Franks under the leadership of Pepin the Short expelled the Muslims from Septimania which was one of the five administrative areas of Al-Andalus. From 740, a series of civil wars between various Muslim groups in Iberia resulted in the breakdown 3/2/11 55 3/2/11 Caliphate: In 929 Abd-al- Rahman III proclaimed himself Caliph. The period of the Caliphate is seen as the golden age of al-Andalus. Crops produced using irrigation, along with food imported from the Middle East, provided the area around Crdoba and some other Andalus cities with an agricultural economic sector by far 3/2/11 66 3/2/11 First Taifa, Almoravids, Almohads and Marinids Period: The Crdoba Caliphate effectively collapsed during 1031...
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