The Abbasid Caliphate. By Andrew Follmann And Matthew Albrecht. Map of Abbasid Caliphate. This here is a map of the ancient empire of the Abbasid Caliphate along with other empires in Asia at 750 CE
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The Abbasid Caliphate
“Founding of Baghdad c. 800, Harun al-Rashid c. 900, Samanids consolidate power in Bukhara (loyal to Abbasids) 909, Fatimids proclaim Caliphate in Tunisia 929, Umayyad Abd al-Rahman III al-Nasr in Spain proclaims himself Caliph 969, Founding of Cairo by Fatimids 1013, Fall of Cordoba, beginning of "Party Kings" period 1050, Traditional conversion of Mandingo king in Mali 1071, Battle of Manzikert: Seljuk Turks begin to enter Anatolia 1085, Fall of Toledo to Reconquista; beginning of expansion of Moroccan- centered Almoravides and Almohades 1099, Crusader Capture of Jerusalem 1175-1203, Muhammad Ghori expands Islamic rule in India; Dihli dynasty established in 1206, by one of his appointees 1171, Saladin ends Fatimid Dynasty 1187.” (Seth Ward)