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Civilizations of the Middle East. Post Crusades. Do Now: Copy the chart into your copybook. Saladin (Ayyubid Dynasty). Started 1171 AD Body of water: Mediterranean Sea, Red Sea. Saladin (Ayyubid Dynasty). What land did it control?

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Civilizations of the middle east

Civilizations of the Middle East

Post Crusades


Do now copy the chart into your copybook

Do Now: Copy the chart into your copybook


Saladin ayyubid dynasty

Saladin (Ayyubid Dynasty)

  • Started 1171 AD

  • Body of water: Mediterranean Sea, Red Sea


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Saladin (Ayyubid Dynasty)

  • What land did it control?

    Egypt, Israel, Syria, Jordan, parts of Saudi Arabia and Iraq


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Saladin (Ayyubid Dynasty)

  • What advancements were made?

    Salah al-Din ibnAyyub- Saladin

  • Defeated the Crusaders

    Building of schools, encouraging Sunni Islam, building of hospitals and advancements in medicine


Mongol

Mongol

  • Started 1206 AD

  • Body of water nearby: From the Pacific Ocean to the Mediterranean Sea


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Mongol

  • What land did it control?

    Current day: Central Europe, the Middle East, and most of Asia


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Mongol

  • What Advancements were made?

    Genghis Khan- leader

    Yasa (code of law)- religious tolerance, stealing or vandalizing was strictly forbidden creating a safe empire.


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