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Fragmentation and Continuity (1)

Fragmentation and Continuity (1) - What served to unite...

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Text: Chapters 7 and 8 Primary Sources: 1220 CE The Mongols in Persia 14th century CE: Excerpts from the Rihla of Ibn Battutua Terms: Sunni, Shi’a, Fatimids, Seljuks, Salah al-Din, Hulegu Khan, Shari’a, sunna,hadith, ijtihad, Ahmed al-Hanbal, Ibn Sina, Sufism Discussion Topics: What was the ultimate effect of the incursions of the Turks, the Crusaders, and the Mongols on the Islamic state(s)? Why are there four systems of Sunni legal thought? What social, cultural, and intellectual forces worked to divide members of the Islamic community?
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Unformatted text preview: What served to unite them in spite of these divisive forces? Dome of the Rock (Masjid Qubbat As-Sakhrah) Salah al-Din’s Citadel in Cairo Mongol Cavalry Jenghiz Khan Hulegu Khan Great Mosque of Kairouan Great Mosque of Damascus Masjid-i Shah in Isfahan Hagia Sophia Selimiye Mosque in Edirne Alhambra Palace, Granada Detail from Wazir Khan Mosque in Lahore Detail from Citadel in Cairo Western Iran Central Turkey Al Razi Ibn Sina (Avicenna) 14 th Century North African astrolabe Ibn al-Haytham Al Khwarizmi Thabit Ibn Qurra...
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