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Unformatted text preview: Caliphate Dismembered First: Cordova Rival Umayyad Regime that was Tolerant and Enlightened Second: Fatimids Third: Civil War in the East Ghazni Turks Seljuk Turks Crusaders Mongols Sicilian Normans Produced a Line of Arabophile Kings Culminating in Roger II Roger Dressed like a Muslim Build a Chapel Decorated with Medallions Bearing Kufic Inscriptions Western Edition of an Oriental Monarch Rogers Court an Arab Geographer and Cartographer Al-Idrisi (c. 1060) Assumed the Superficial Earth and Correctly Located the Source of the Nile Rogers Grandson Frederick Scholars and Philosophers Came From Syria and Baghdad Oriental Dancers Singers Aristotelian Works were Translated into Latin For the Emperor by Michael Scot Fatamid Dynasty Founder Ubay Dullah-al-Mahdi (909-934 CE) Descent from Fatimah Through al-Hussayn and Ismail Shiite, Ismalite, and the Expected Imam Ibn Tulunid Mosque in Cairo Egyptian Conquest...
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