Jeopardy - Probs w/ Caliphs $100 The era of Islam's...

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$200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 Umayyad and Abbasid: Problems in caliphates Umayyad and Abbasid Politics Umayyad and Abbasid daily life Islamic Art and Litature
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This was the official language in the Umayyad State. Daily life $100
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What is Arabic? Daily life? $100
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Women were able to keep this even after being divorced. Daily life $200
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What is property? Daily life $200
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The destination of goods in the cities were their marketplaces. Daily life $300
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Who are bazaars? Daily life $300
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Some young men continued their studies at these theological schools Daily life $400
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Who are madrasas? Daily life $400
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Daily life $500 These which were taught in mosque schools were skills that Muslims valued.
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Daily life $500 What are being able to speak Arabic fluently and to write with grace and ease
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This was the first and greatest work in Arabic prose, was familiar to every Muslim, and its style influenced Islamic writing.
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What is the Quran?
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In A.D. 1000, this became a second literary language in the Muslim world.
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What is Persian?
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This aspect of the Islamic Empire greatly developed art and architecture.
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What is cultural diversity
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Artists used this to decorate the walls of mosques and other public buildings.
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What are arabesques?
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These Geometric designs decorated books, carpets, swords, and entire walls.
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Unformatted text preview: Probs w/ Caliphs $100 The era of Islam's ascendancy from the death of Mohammed until the 13th century Probs w/ Caliphs $100 Who were caliphates? Probs w/ Caliphs $200 Their legitimacy had been disputed by various Muslim factions since their desizre of the caliphate Probs w/ Caliphs $200 Who are the Caliphs? Probs w/ Caliphs $300 They alienated the muslism faithful. Probs w/ Caliphs $300 Who are the Umayyads? Probs w/ Caliphs $400 Some Caliphs attempted to escape this by establishing new capitols near the original one. Probs w/ Caliphs $400 What is to escape the downfall of Bagdad? Probs w/ Caliphs $500 Preoccupied by struggles in the capitol and central provinces, the caliphs and their advisors were powerless to prevent this. Probs w/ Caliphs $500 What is further losses in territories? Politics $100 The leadership of the Islamic State came from these places. Politics $100 Where are cities? Politics $200 The Umayyads built a powerful Islamic State that stressed this aspect of their office. Politics $200 What is political? Politics $300 They were the dominant group in the Abbasid government. Politics $300 Who were the Persians? Politics $400 They became the leading group Abbasid Army. Politics $400 What are the Turks? Politics $500 Muslim cities were divided into these two distinct things. Politics $500 What are residential districts and businesses?...
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