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Early Islamic Empires Umayyad Caliphate (661- 750) Founder: Mu’awiya Changes to the Caliphate Damascus Hajib Dynastic Succession Secularization Exacerbating of
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Early Islamic Empires Abbasid Dynasty (750-1258) Founder: Abu-al- Abbas Characteristics of Abbasid Dynasty Baghdad Style of Rule Changes to the Caliphate
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Early Islamic Empires Bureaucratic Tradition Roots in the Achaemenid Dynasty Administrative Centralization Emirs Qadis – Sari’a Vizier
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Early Islamic Empires Trade Spices, minerals, and dyes from India Gems and fabrics from central Asia Honey, furs, wax from Scandinavia and Russia Ivory, gold from Africa
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Unformatted text preview: Ivory, gold from Africa – Guangzhou (Canton) – Slaves from Scandinavia, Mongolia and Africa • Joint-stock companies • Banking • Industry Early Islamic Empires • Decline of the Abbasids – Geographical Distance – Ethnic Differences – Fatimid (Egypt) – Mamluks – Mongols – Turks Early Islamic Empires • Major Traditions of Islamic Civilization • Formation of Islamic Knowledge – Revealed • Quran • Hadith • Sharia – Rational Early Islamic Empires • Transmitting Knowledge – Formal Knowledge • Ulama • Madrasa – Informal Knowledge • Sufis...
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