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Middle East (1250-1350). Muslim expansion 7 th century. Muslim expansion 1300. Main dynasties. Umayyads (661-750) ( Damascus ) (In Spain until 1492. Cordoba center of learning and trade) Abbasids (749-1258) ( Baghdad ) Fatimids (969-1171) ( Cairo )

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Main dynasties
Main dynasties

  • Umayyads (661-750) (Damascus)

    (In Spain until 1492. Cordoba center of learning and trade)

  • Abbasids (749-1258) (Baghdad)

  • Fatimids (969-1171) (Cairo)

  • Ayyubids (1169-1259) (Cairo)

  • Mamluks (1259-1517) (Cairo)

  • Safavids (1500-1722) (Iran)

  • Ottomans (1299-1918) (Constantinople/Istanbul)




Islamic world
Islamic world

  • A cultural space

  • Linked with trade, migration, pilgramage

  • Religion as faith and as legal code

  • Urban culture

  • Non-Muslim communties

  • Heterodox orders


Main dynasties1
Main dynasties

  • Umayyads (661-750) (Damascus)

    (In Spain until 1492. Cordoba center of learning and trade)

  • Abbasids (749-1258) (Baghdad)

  • Fatimids (969-1171) (Cairo)

  • Ayyubids (1169-1259) (Cairo)

  • Mamluks (1259-1517) (Cairo)

  • Safavids (1500-1722) (Iran)

  • Ottomans (1299-1918) (Constantinople/Istanbul)





Fatimid Coin (10th c.)

Umayyad coin (8th c)








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