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History Alive! Chapter 7. Geography and Trade on the Arabian Peninsula. Vocabulary Review. Arab Arabian Peninsula Islam Muhammad Caravan. Trade and the Arabian Peninsula.

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vocabulary review
Vocabulary Review
  • Arab
  • Arabian Peninsula
  • Islam
  • Muhammad
  • Caravan
trade and the arabian peninsula
Trade and the Arabian Peninsula

The Arabian Peninsula was located at the very heart of trade between China, India, Persia, Europe, and Africa. As a result, Arabians became the “middlemen” of medieval trade.

trade by land caravans
Trade by land: caravans

Arabs used camels to carry their goods across the deserts on the Arabian Peninsula.

Camels could go for days without drinking water and could survive the difficult journey.

"Isle of Graia Gulf of Akabah Arabia Petraea“ by Louis Haghe

the impact of trade on arabia
The impact of trade on Arabia
  • Knowledge
  • Ideas
  • Technology
  • Goods
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knowledge mathematics
Knowledge: {Mathematics}
  • Algebra and Trigonometry brought from India
  • Arabic-Hindu numerals

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

(10 − x)2 = 81x

x2 + 100 = 101x

Muhammad ibnMūsā al-Khwārizmī

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Impact of trade

knowledge astronomy
Knowledge: {Astronomy}

Medieval Arabs used a Ptolemic (Ptolemy was a Roman) concept of the universe to make astronomical observations. They also built several observatories to analyze and observe constellations and planetary movement. They were also influenced by India, China, and Greece.

astronomical instruments
Astronomical instruments



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knowledge medicine
Knowledge: {Medicine}

Arabs were especially innovative in the area of medicine.

They established many medical schools and hospitals, specialized in optics and blood circulation.

Also, they were the first to refute the European theory of humorism.

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technology engineering
Technology: {Engineering}

Watermills, subterranean aquaducts, bridges, dams, canals, and clocks are all unique engineering feats boasted by medieval Arabian culture.

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technology paper and publishing
Technology: {Paper and Publishing}

China was the first to manufacture and print on paper (as opposed to parchment).

Arabs in the medieval period learned the process from the Chinese.

This led to the development of libraries and numerous books produced in the Islamic world.

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The Diamond Sutra

ideas islam
Ideas: {Islam}

As a result of its central location, the religion of Islam was able to spread extensively throughout the world.

It is now one of the most predominant religions in the world.

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  • Silks (China)
  • Jewels, cotton,

spices, (India)

  • Ivory, gold (Africa)
  • Glass, gold (Rome)

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