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07 The Safavids and the Mughals

07 The Safavids and the Mughals - The Reign of Abbas the...

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The Strength of Islam: The Strength of Islam: The Safavids and the Mughals The Safavids and the Mughals Abbas the Great Safavid Court Akbar I Taj Mahal
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The Spread of Islam and its Early Divisions The Spread of Islam and its Early Divisions Muhammad (c. 570-632) li (r. 656-661) mayyad Caliphate (660-750) bbasid Caliphate (750-1258) ive Pillars ) Profession of Allah ) Prayer (five times a day) ) Giving Alms ) Fasting during Ramadan ) Hajj to Mecca ther Key Terms ur'an adith aliph mam Sunni Shiite Sufi
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Shah Ismail r. 1501-1524 Kizilbash “red heads” Key Dates Conquest of Tabriz 1501 Fall of Baghdad 1508 Battle of Caldiran 1514 The Foundation of the Safavid Dynasty in Iran The Foundation of the Safavid Dynasty in Iran
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Unformatted text preview: The Reign of Abbas the Great The Reign of Abbas the Great Abbas (r. 1588-1629) Isfahan, capital from 1598 Accomplishments • Economic Rationalization • Political Consolidation • Religious Reform • Strengthening the Military • Diplomatic Alliances India India Ibn Battuta Medieval India and the Delhi Sultanates Medieval India and the Delhi Sultanates Mughal India Mughal India Babur r. 1526-1530 Akbar r. 1556-1604 [ see textbook p. 521] Babur founds the empire with 12,000 troops in 1526 Mughal India’s Golden Age •Military Conquests •Reform of Government •Religious Policy Taj Mahal, c. 1643...
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