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V-SHARE. ISLAM NOTES #3. Islam Notes #3. I. Historical Turning Points. 1. 632 AD – Death of Muhammad 2 . 638 AD – Muslim Conquest of Jerusalem 3 . 656 AD – Islam Schism a . Sunni – Shiite division 4 . 661 AD – Islam Empire’s capital moved to Damascus. I. Historical Turning Points.

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ISLAM NOTES #3


Islam notes 3

Islam Notes #3


I historical turning points

I. Historical Turning Points

1. 632 AD – Death of Muhammad

2. 638 AD – Muslim Conquest of Jerusalem

3. 656 AD – Islam Schism

a. Sunni – Shiite division

4. 661 AD – Islam Empire’s capital moved to Damascus


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I. Historical Turning Points

5. 711 AD – Islamic Empire moves into Spain

6. 732 AD – Islamic Expansion ended in Europe at the

Battle of Tours in France.

8. 750 AD – Islamic Empire’s capital moved to Baghdad

7. 1258 AD – Fall of Baghdad to Mongols


Ii geography of islam

II. Geography of Islam

  • Islam originally expanded along trade routes between

    Mecca and Medina.

    2. Spread into the Fertile Crescent, Iran, Central Asia, North

    Africa, and Spain.

    a. Helped because their enemies, Byzantineand Persian Empires, were weak from fighting each other.


Ii geography of islam empire map

II. Geography of Islam – Empire Map

G. TOURS

I. CONSTANTINOPLE

E. ROME

A. SPAIN

J. DAMASCUS

B. PERSIA

D. JERUSALEM

L. BAGHDAD

F. AFRICA

H. ARABIAN

PENINSULA

K. MEDINA

C. MECCA


Iii cultural contributions of islam

III. Cultural Contributions of Islam

1. Architecture

a. Artists not allowed to make images or pictures of living creatures.

b. Created calligraphy

1. The art of elegant handwriting to decorate public walls with passages of the Qur’an.


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III. Cultural Contributions of Islam

1. Architecture

c. Mosaics

d. Dome of the Rock


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III. Cultural Contributions of Islam

2. Arabic alphabet

a. It is written from right to left, in a cursive style, and includes 28 letters.


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III. Cultural Contributions of Islam

3. Education

a. By age 7, Muslim boys entered Mosque schools for free. Wealthier families paid tuition, but most schooling ended after the skills of reading and writing were mastered.


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III. Cultural Contributions of Islam

4. Translation of Ancient Texts

a. As Muslim expire expanded, literature from the Greeks, Indian, and Persians were translated in Arabic.


Iv scientific contributions of islam

IV. Scientific Contributions of Islam

1. Arabic Numerals

a. Adapted from India, including zero.

2. Algebra

a. Invented by Muslim mathematicians

b. Expressed equations to define curves and lines.


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IV. Scientific Contributions of Islam

3. Medicine

a. Al-Razi (865 AD – 925 AD)

1. Classified chemical substances a s animal, mineral, or vegetable

2. Wrote an early medical encyclopedia that described the origins of disease and identified the differences between smallpox and measles.


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IV. Scientific Contributions of Islam

3. Medicine

b. IbnSina (900 AD)

1. Wrote the Canon of Medicine which attempted to summarize all the medical knowledge up to that time.

2. Described the circulation of blood and the functions of kidneys and the heart.


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IV. Scientific Contributions of Islam

4. Geography

a. Accurately described solar eclipses and proved the moon affects the oceans.

b. Measured the size and circumference of the earth with accuracy unmatched till the 1800’s.

c. Knew the earth was round, but accepted the Greek theory that the earth was the center of the universe.


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IV. Scientific Contributions of Islam


Define islam database terms 2

DEFINE:ISLAM DATABASE TERMS #2

1. CALLIGRAPHY

2. ARABIC ALPHABET

3. ARABIC NUMERALS

4. ALGEBRA

5. AL-RAZI

6. IBN SINA


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